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sORe-EyEz

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i wonder how would we (as citizens, on a community level) fare if such an event were to unfold here. :embrass:

foreign aid workers should have been flown in on day 1, even if they cant get to affected zones immediately. being nearer even on stand-by would save time reaching the victims faster.
 

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i wonder how would we (as citizens, on a community level) fare if such an event were to unfold here. :embrass:

foreign aid workers should have been flown in on day 1, even if they cant get to affected zones immediately. being nearer even on stand-by would save time reaching the victims faster.
the reason why foreign aid and teams cannot be allowed in on day 1 becos the airports were in bad shape by the earthquake... :sweat:
 

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the reason why foreign aid and teams cannot be allowed in on day 1 becos the airports were in bad shape by the earthquake... :sweat:
:sweat::sweat:

true, even airport staff had to evac... :rolleyes:

but then i guess its also too much to ask foreign aids to trek kilometers to the affected zones. so again thumbs up for their local rescue & relief efforts! :)
 

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i wonder how would we (as citizens, on a community level) fare if such an event were to unfold here. :embrass:

foreign aid workers should have been flown in on day 1, even if they cant get to affected zones immediately. being nearer even on stand-by would save time reaching the victims faster.
They did not know how to move into the area!

What they should have done was to get the sat photo from the US. They request them a bit later....!

Maybe they did not think of it.
 

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