Peru Earthquake: Relief reaches hardest hit

Chincha, Peru – After a two-minute long 8.0-magnitude earthquake struck Peru, the death toll has risen to 500 and is still climbing. Relief and emergency workers are still working to reach the buried and wounded in the wake of the Peru earthquake. Operation Blessing International’s in-country disaster relief teams, accompanied by Peru’s Secretary of State, Raul Garcia Belaunde, are currently working in the hardest-hit areas. Teams are administering medicine and IV’s to the injured as well as distributing food, water and blankets to survivors.

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