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Haiti School Colapse At Least 75 Students Dead

Haiti School Colapse At Least 75 Students Dead

By: Fouye - November 8 2008, 12:44 PM

A three story School building in Haiti colapsed yesterday in Petion Ville Haiti and at least 75 Haitian school children are dead.

College La Promesse in Petion Ville is a three-story school building in Haiti.

College La Promesse came crashing carshing down while there roughly 500 shool children and teenagers typically crowded into the three-story building.

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Caption: A person caught in the rubble is helped out after a school collapsed in Petionville, Haiti, Friday, Nov. 7, 2008. The 'La Promesse' school where roughly 500 students crowded into several floors, collapsed during classes killing at least 30 people and injuring many more.

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Caption: A person climbs out from under the rubble of a school after it collapsed in Petionville, Haiti, Friday, Nov. 7, 2008. The concrete school building collapsed during classes, killing at least 30 people and injuring many more students.

Haitian President Rene Preval told The Associated Press that structures throughout Haiti are at similar risk because of poor construction and a lack of government oversight.

Government oversight?

Rene Preval is the President of Haiti!

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Jacky says...

Sinceres condoleances à tous les parents des victimes et tous mes compatriotes en général. more »

Vilo Exantus says...

Dear Saint Preux: Thanks very much for the information! I am very sorry to hear of what had happened to those children... more »

Alicia Valeus says...

my prayer goes out to all the haitian people, to all my friends in the area of the disaster, i pray for you that god... more »

Mike says...

here is where you can see some videos at bottom of the page about the school disaster in Haiti. The entire country is... more »

Stanley Leonard says...

I was shocked,upset and surprised after I had learned about what had happened in Petion- Ville last week I couldn't... more »

Haitian 4 Ever says...

The government should not be blame for this. The people need to start taking responsibilities for destroying the... more »

Taty says...

I think this story is one of the saddest stories we heard everyday about our motherland Haiti. My heart and prayer... more »

Boniface Zebo Correspt De Press says...

une tragedies de plus pour nos freres et soeurs,parents,familles soyons unient pour que cela ne ce reproduisent plus... more »

Pierre says...

They didn't say how may kids attended the school but they mentioned roughly 500 haitian students were in the school... more »

Gadsefh says...

Derniere nouvelle, on est samedi 8 novembre 20h59, je viens d'entendre une reprise du reportage sur tele guinen et... more »

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