Haiti Earthquake 2010 is much sadder than the saddest word in the world can tell. It is a huge disaster, a giant shock, an unbearable catastrophe to the Caribbean nation, the poverty-driven, God-forgotten place of Haiti.
I saw a lot of people crying for help, a lot of buildings collapsed, a lot of car damage, a lot of people without help, people bleeding.
I saw a movie theatre, a supermarket, a cybercafe, an apartment building which collapsed.
Now it’s dark outside, there is no electricity, all the phone networks are down, so there’s no way that people can get in touch with their family and friends.
There are aftershocks every 15 to 20 minutes. They last from three to five seconds. The first shock was really strong, people were falling in the streets and buildings collapsed.
— Carel Pedre, TV and radio presenter, Port-au-Prince
Reading these lines from a quake witness, I couldn’t help weeping for the killed and wounded. The pictures, depicting the massive earthquake of Haiti, are too horrible to give another glance. Yet, how can we stand by a blooding Haiti without a hand? Far from the quake scene, we can still do something to help our homeless Haitian brothers and sisters, to relieve their sorrow and rebuild the hope.
Below is a YouTube video on Haiti Earthquake, made out of PowerPoint with Moyea PPT to Video Converter. You can get an idea of how worst the disaster is and how urgert the relief calls.
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