7 People Dead In Haiti Capital After Rainfall

Torrential rains slammed the Haitian capital yesterday and 7 people are reported dead so far.


Rain In Port Au Prince Haiti

Two of the people died in the tent city outside the Haiti presidential palace in downtown Port-au-Prince.

Three of the people died in the area of Petionville.

Houses are collapsing!

Some of the death are attributed to houses collapsing. It's been reported that two children were killed in Christ-roi after their home collapsed.

This is the worse rainfall to hit the Port-au-Prince so far this year and it is not over yet.

As of 5:50 am this morning, June 7, the weather channel reports...

Heavy showers and thunderstorms will continue in Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands as the low interacts with an old, dying frontal boundary near the islands... Flooding and mud slides are likely around the mountains.

Things are not looking good for Haiti right now and it's just the begining of the hurricane season!

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Garde D Enfants Toulouse says...

Hello.

Thank you for your article.

I'm always saddened by Haiti's fortune since the earthquake.

I really hope that more help will come from international organisations.

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Ray says...

Pastor,

Thanks for your work of compassion in the name of Jesus.

You will be

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Jean says...

WikiLeaks Haiti: The PetroCaribe FilesAccording to the leaked US Embassy cables, Washington and its

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Marlene Burcky says...

This is so sad, I saw Haiti today on TV .The Haitians peoples have to turn to Jesus and ask for forgiveness
Aristide who was a Priest is the first one who is going to hell.,all those kidnappers, all those rara peoples
all those peoples who turned their back to Jesus are responsible for what is going on in Haiti now, sorry to tell them if they don't start to pray Jesus.

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Ben says...

It is so sad only 7 people died during that rain in Haiti.

My fellow Haitian
let be serious has anyone visited Haiti lately and c all the montain in Haiti is occupy by woden schack, and all the RAVINE have makeship house No no one is saying ANYTHING, They have cut all the tree in morne LOPITAL AND NO ONE IS saying anything.

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Vital Max Robert says...

Please i ask you you support to help the people living in the camp Tapis Rouge during this hurricane, so they needed foods, water, tentes, tarps and kits of hygienes to help them about the

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Makenzi Jerome says...

It is devasted me to see haiti in a situation like

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Calixte Guerrier Pastor says...

I want the Haitian people know that they
are not forgotten.

I can continue to pray for the whole nation.

I already undertake the responsability to organize a distrubution for the haitian children in
Kenskoff Haiti.

So, I will continue to pray
and help the children, the Orphans, and the
widows.

Respecfully;
Rev. Calixte

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Brenda From Canada says...

I can't even imagine what these people are going through mentally and physically.

They seem to just start anew and then they are hit down with something else. It's so frustrating, I wish there was more I could do to help. But for now all I can do is pray for them and let them all know that they are not forgotten by any means.

They are in my heart and soul and prayers.

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