Oct 26, 2008 News Comments Off on PNCR makes donation to Lamaha Springs fire victims
The victims of last Tuesday’s fire at Lamaha Springs, North Ruimveldt have received assistance from the Human Services Department of the People’s National Congress Reform.
Last Thursday, leader of the PNC/R, Robert Corbin, presented 33-year-old Rhonda Garnett with some household articles.
Upon making the presentation, Corbin said that he is grateful to be of some assistance to the family, the members of which have lost almost all of their earthly belonging in the fire.
While he noted that the donation will not replace all that was lost, he added that he knows it would be of some use to the family.
During the presentation, which was made at Congress Place, Sophia, Garnett expressed her gratitude for the donation.
On Tuesday last, the fire, which is believed to have been electrical in origin, destroyed the Lot 8 Lamaha Springs home. The family of six was left homeless.
Garnett had told this newspaper that when she had left her home earlier in the day, there was no power, since there was a blackout. She said that she ensured that all appliances were turned off and plugged out.
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