Haiti Inondation - Limbé Anba DLO - More Flooding in North Department

Mezanmi... Flooding continues to ravage Northern Haiti --- There is MORE flooding (inondation) reported in the North Department of Haiti... The town of Limbé is under water following heavy rain fall Tuesday, 12 November 2014. An eight-year-old boy died from the flood water. His body was found pinned to a tree... The town of Terrier-Rouge is partially flooded...

PHOTO: Haiti - Inondation nan ville Cap Haitien, moun ap mache nan yon larivyè dlo...

Haiti's Protection Civile reported that 134 families are in temporary shelter.

Only last week, Cap Haitien another other cities and towns in northern Haiti as flooded... The saga continues... When will this end?

Also read: Northern Haiti Flooding - More than 1,200 homes flooded in Cap-Haitien

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Bonito says...

While my most sincere sympathy goes to the folks of Limbe, a city that has for years attracted my attention and interest, and to the Senators Bien Aime and Polycarpe who must be between a rock and hard place to find relief and solace for their constituents in the north plain who were already surviving under dire circumstances.

It must however be said that when a country fails to plan though knowing the elements, this country has surely planned to fail. The riverbanks must be protected if we are to harness the rain during the fall

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