Sierra leone mudslide 400 bodies recovered hundreds missing, officials said.
“I have no doubt that this is what took place because in the end, the bodies that were recovered tur더킹카지노ned out to be people who died in landslides,” said Sergio Aguirre, an official at the National Commission for Missing and Exploited Persons in Quito, a government agency that coordinates investigations in the country.
In Quito, hundreds of people were still waiting at a nearby cemetery for their loved ones to be buried on Wednesday night.
But they were also waiting for more information.
“I think it’s because they have relatives living in Quito that need to understand,” said Miguel Motta, one of the relatives.
In the city, bodies of all age and gender are arriving in small plastic boxes, as families try to reach out to each other in a desperate bid to communicate with loved ones or find them.
More bodies have arrived since Saturday, bringing 카지노 사이트the total of dead to more than 10,000, with over 7,300 still missing, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council of Quito.
In the worst-affected areas, where more than 6,000 people were buried after the collapse, the death toll could reach as high as 16,500 and reach double digits by Sunday.
“I’m very angry with the government and the government should take responsibility for their mistakes in the disaster,” said Alfredo Cervantes, a 28-year-old teacher from Guatemala City who was on vacation with his wife and two daughters.
Cervantes had worked two jobs when he was killed at the end of January and is hoping to recover other memories he has of the accident.
“This could have been my last day. We never knew if we’re going to meet,” he said.
Hundreds of people remained missing after the Quito mudslide.
“They have all forgotten me,” said 43-year-old Maria Cristina, an employee for the government’s civil defense agency in the capital.
The state-run Guatemala Radio said government officials h우리카지노ad not released any information about the missing, and their lack of answers has left families to search their own minds.
“No matter how much I hear I don’t think I’m going to be able to sleep at night,” said 41-year-old Carmen.
“I don’t know what to do or why, I feel it’s not right to live my own life in fear,” added Carmen’