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Sunday, May 30, 2010

GOOD LUCK and BE STRONG.... GUATEMALA....


I just feel so sorry for the people of Guatemala..., including my friend, Liz Flores... They are still clearing the debris from the volcanic eruption three days ago and, now are facing another mother nature disaster...
Tropical Storm Agatha, forming on the Pacific coast, is expected to dump up to 50cm (20in) of rain, increasing the danger from landslides and floods.
Hundreds of people are in shelters after the Pacaya volcano erupted on Thursday.
A state of emergency is in place because of the eruption, and communities in the storm's path are being evacuated. Debris are being cleared.
Agatha, the first named storm of the season, is expected to hit land on Sunday, but emergency workers have already reported rivers being swollen by heavy rains.
Officials are warning that flooding could be worse than usual because ash from the erupting Pacaya volcano has blocked drainage systems.
These rains could cause life-threatening flash-floods and mudslides. My god......

For the people of Guatemala..., we, Malaysians, wish you all the best of luck.. We pray and  hope that God will give shelter to Guatemalans and that the storm will go away quickly....
Good Luck Guatemala....

We are with you....

3 comments:

Liz Flores said...

¡Oh my God! you're so kind DESS.
I really appreciate that you do for us, I am very happy to have met you. This you do means a lot to me. It's a huge sample of a noble heart as yours. Thank you for writing this post.

It is 9:27 on Saturday, we have 83 hours of continuous rain, many flooding, landslides and road communities, have collapsed several bridges, the electricity supply is unstable because due to high winds dragging several trees have fallen power lines . Thousands have been evacuated and terribly in some shelters have reached the water, because the drains are clogged by volcanic sand. The National Airport remains closed because the rain has hampered the cleanup of the entire volcanic sand and this makes it impossible for assistance from abroad. All this prior to entering Agate fully, we'll expected to do so tomorrow at about 5 am. The strongest activity have predicted at 12 noon. Until now fallen 400 milliliters of water. It is complete chaos.

Thanks for your prayers my friend and for being so special.
A kiss, DESS.

Liz Flores said...

Hi DESS
Everything is fine now. The storm dropped, and no more rain. I can hear the birds sing. All that remains is to repair all damages. We'll be fine.
A big hug, my friend.

DESS said...

Thank God....very glad to hear that... Our prayers have been heard ....
All the best wishes to Guatemalans..
Have a nice day...pr

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