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Counselors Reach Out to Local Haitians

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

A vendor here says two family members had to have their limbs amputated after being struck by falling debris.
A vendor here says two family members had to have their limbs amputated after being struck by falling debris.
Vendor Mary Alexander says she owned three homes in Haiti. All of them were destroyed by the earthquake. She is grateful that several family members survived.
Vendor Mary Alexander says she owned three homes in Haiti. All of them were destroyed by the earthquake. She is grateful that several family members survived.
The Flatbush Caton Market has become a drop off point for donations.
The Flatbush Caton Market has become a drop off point for donations.
Several containers are ready to be shipped to Haiti. Everything from diapers and baby clothes, to cooking oil has been collected.
Several containers are ready to be shipped to Haiti. Everything from diapers and baby clothes, to cooking oil has been collected.

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