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Lessons after 245 dead people due to fire in Brazilian dancing place

After the fire in the Brazilian disco that caused the tragedy of 245 dead people on January 27 th, 2013. Most of them died asphyxiated due to toxic gas of fire. There are some lessons to learn:

1- Do not stay in places for a huge number of people, any kind (entertainment, educational,etc) if there are not at least three available exit doors.

2- Denounce if the public place has no available exit doors and fire extintors

3- Make lobby as society. The town together as it is now because of the tragedy.If authorities do little because they are useless to do what a child would do right, or if they are corrupted.

Do not forget that if people say no to a bad service, not to go or consume it, then the object of comsuption will close, don’tmake money, don’t keep on the business and if so, would be just responsability of consumers.

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Thank you for praying from Japan

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-572400

Source: I-report CNN posted by GOOMICHI

iReport — (This is a non-music version for broadcasting)

Thank you for praying.

My place was not much damaged.

But, the disaster is still coming to other areas, especially in the Tohoku area.

The concept of this video is to tell you that we are alive, have smile and want to say thank you.

People in this video tried to collect contributions on the street for the Tohoku area.

We are under the anxiety, but I think that we can help each other with smiles even in such matter.

We are also praying and we are doing what we can do for Japan.

So please, we need your help.



JAPAN EARTHQUAKE PEOPLE FINDER SITE

SITE IN ENGLISH IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE OR HAVE INFO ABOUT SOMEONE IN JAPAN AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE

 

PLEASE NOTE: All data entered will be available to the public and viewable and usable by anyone. Google does not review or verify the accuracy of this data.

http://japan.person-finder.appspot.com/?lang=en



Hearts for Cusco and Puno

Fortunatelly, turists were saved but locals still suffer because of avalanches. Peruvian government is working on that but it is not enough. Let’s help them from everyvere. Above a Peruvian channel tv. ‘Frecuencia Latina’ and a mall ‘Megaplaza’ collect food, clothes and medicines for the victims. Also, in the city hall of district Miraflores, people can donate.