Communications for the Families and the Employees We are sincerely sorry for the unfortunate accident, and the strain that this has brought to the employees family. We strive to bring a safe and productive work place for the employees that work for us. I want every family to know that we are doing everything possible to ensure this problem gets solved. We will make sure that every trapped worker will have all the supplies to survive this traumatic event. The following will need to be presented at the site where the families of the trapped workers are.
“Oh, sorry……old habits die hard you know” I told while straightening up on the chair and taking the cup from her. Julie was already sipping her coffee, sitting in front of me on the terracotta floor. Her low laugh gave the perfect explanation of what my behavior must’ve been when I was suddenly woken up out of the blues. Suddenly I found both of us laughing. It must’ve been so loud as to drag my poor maid, dear Martha all the way up the old staircase.
7). But Battambang is the most affected area and the destruction of the infrastructure in this area is enormous. On October 8, extensive rainfall, poorly managed dams and flash floods have contributed many Cambodians leaving their homes to find dry ground. At least 10 people were kill in Battambang. Mr. Chea Sambath, secretariat deputy chief of Committee for Disaster Management, said that four people including two children who were killed in this flood.
While working with adults who were coping with an acquired brain injury, I immediately noticed how adaptable these individuals were to their new situations. Despite the fact that their lives had been dramatically changed and they faced discrimination and bias on a daily basis, they demonstrated resilience in the face of adversity. As a counselor with the Last Post Fund I assist economically disadvantaged families dealing with the loss of a loved one, obtain funding for the funeral costs as well as provide these families with emotional support. Too often in our society, the economically disadvantaged groups are stigmatized and made to feel ashamed when they reach out for support. I am proud to work with an organization that ensures a dignified funeral and burial for the families of war veterans who may not otherwise be able to afford such services.
Emergency crews hurried to the disaster points to begin looking through the wreckage and rescue those who were surrounded. As well as 3 people were crumpled to their death under a collapsed canopy on Beaumont Street, Hamilton. Which it is an inner-city suburb of Newcastle. With a death of a woman in Broadmeadow from an earthquake related shock. The aftershock occurred 33 hours after the earthquake.
In Sendai and Minamisanriki, Miyagi witnesses say that it was a devastating and astonishing sight, with giant shipping containers smashed against buildings and fires burning close to the harbor. In Rikuzentakada, Iwate most of the town was destroyed and submerged, and in Futuba, Fukushima more than 90% of the houses had been washed away by the tsunami. It was a devastating outcome for the north-eastern part of Japan. These three prefectures were the most affected by these natural disasters. They suffered through the loss of their homes and loved ones and most of them are still living in temporary shelters while they wait for their homes to be safe for living again.
I was upset that the baby was killed, but told my mom that it was the circle of life. Experience helped me understand nature and the world around me. Another way positivity helps me is by lifting me up when times get tough. There have been many deaths, both close family and friends, but just being able to meet these people is a gift in itself. Millons of people die every day, I am happy that I got to be apart of those peoples lives.
Sandy destroyed our beautiful shores, killing animals, plants, and etcetera. Oil was a main concern as, during Hurricane Katrina,“The U.S. Coast Guard said that much of the spilled oil has been cleaned up or naturally dispersed,” (qtd. in West 1) But it is hard to take account for all the damage done, just like we can not count how many plants were damaged, or how many animal homes were lost. Trees were downed in many of our neighborhoods, and all we were concerned about were the precious telephone wires. And then it is also common knowledge that sand and water flooded major roadways around the coast.
I noticed countless corpses we had previously overlooked while carefully trampling down the snow and mapping the landscape around me. For example, I was inspecting a landslide when I saw a hand sticking out. For example, I was surveying the scope of the flood when I saw black hair swaying deep in the water. For example, I saw something red dripping out of a crushed car. I see all this just by walking around.
My brother was almost never born. It seemed like a moment in time, but it was really only three days. Yet these three days would change my life forever. I feel it was just yesterday my family lived in Kiev, a quiet little town where nothing ever happened, and where all the chernobyl workers lived like my family. But one day that all changed when the accident happened.