Update from China: Earthquake Relief Efforts Underway, Supplies Needed

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Yesterday's earthquake in the Chinese region of Yushu has left over six hundred people dead and thousands wounded. We hear from Jamin, an American tour guide who tells us what the country needs most, including winter supplies, tents, and machinery to help dig out those who are still stuck under the rubble. He also notes that the rescue efforts kicked into gear almost immediately following the quake.

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