Earthquake in Mexico: Haitian Volunteers rush in to help the victims

Several young Haitian students and professionals residing in Mexico joined Mexico City Civil Protection Relief Services to assist victims of the earthquake that rocked central Mexico on September 19 and caused the death of approximately 300 people...

PHOTO: Earthquake in Mexico - Haitian Volunteers
PHOTO: Earthquake in Mexico - Haitian Volunteers

The total number of Haitian volunteers deployed on the ground in Mexico is unclear, especially since they are operating in several areas. These young Haitians could not stand idly by while survivors were still under the rubble.

This spontaneous act of solidarity did not go unnoticed. In a video posted on Facebook shows Mexican citizens chanting "Haiti, Haiti, Haiti" as they applaud the efforts of these young Haitians coming to help.

VIDEO: Watch the video here, Mexicans clapping and chanting "Haiti, Haiti, Haiti"


PHOTO: Earthquake in Mexico - Haitian Volunteers

Here are the names of some of the young Haitians helping out in aftermath of the earthquake in Central Mexico:

Mackendy Pierre Louis, Ovil Jean Alexander, Romain Etienne, Wilguens Faroule, Occilien Jessy, Noel Kertus, Thebaud Schiller, Delicieux Emmanuel, Exantus Patrick, Jessy Kaddfy Occelin, Pentoph Carl, Alexander Fegenson.

Source: rezonodwes.com and loophaiti.com

We are very proud of these young Haitians to took the initiative not to stand by and watch their Mexican brothers suffer.

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