Around 12:15pm a Coast Guard helicopter landed on our soccer field and asked for people who were critically injured or in danger. None of us are, Thanks to God! So the next step. I told him we have 16 visitors that need to get out. He told me he can get them to the PAP airport in groups of 3 in the next day or so. The first flight will be two of my American visitors and one critically injured Haitian. They will have food water and it is safely being run by the
Please continue to pray for:
We have a few people that are digging out supplies from our pharmacy so we can continue to help the sick and injured. We have run out of medical supplies so this is our only option so we can continue to help. We also have some medical supplies arriving on Monday. Pray that the after shocks don’t bring down that building.
Please pray that it doesn’t rain… because of the after shocks we are sleeping outside on mattresses or in trucks.
Some missionaries are still out looking for more food and supplies for ourselves so we can continue to help the Haitians in our area. Pray that the harvest is plentiful.
I will be updating as we have more info. Some of you are wanting to come to CV and lend a helping hand…. soon I will update to let you know how you can help in this way!!