Susies Thoughts one the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti
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Susies Thoughts one the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti

With the recent earthquake in Haiti 2018, Susie Krabacher remembers the Haiti Earthquake on January 12, 2010.

On January 12, 2010, 300,000 people died in the Haiti Earthquake. On that day, Susie Krabacher got a call from the Director of the Haiti Orphanage “Everything is gone”.
Susie talks about receiving the dreaded news, not being able to communicate with the orphanage after hearing about it, and what she did next.


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