MRE support for storm casualties in Poland

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MRE support for storm casualties in Poland

Postby Delicious » Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:17 pm

On the night of 11th of September a very strong storm and wind passed through Poland. In some regions it was a disaster. On the next day 5 dead people were reported dead (including 2 scout girls in a forest camp), 32 injured. Hundreds of people lost their houses, crops, the damage in forests can't be rebuild in 100 years. Nobody alive can remember such tragedy.

After 2 weeks the army and firefighter brigades are still struggling with fallen trees and damages. My company will send tomorrow a van with axes, chainsaws and a power generator. I want to contribute in this help and will send them a case with Polish, Lithuanian, US MRE together with some cans (commercial and from Estonian rations). I am happy that my hobby can help the people in difficult situation.

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Re: MRE support for storm casualties in Poland

Postby Eistee » Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:50 pm

Thats really noble of you, very good.

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Re: MRE support for storm casualties in Poland

Postby sdrozza » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:25 pm

Like Eistee said, good on you for being such a morally noble person. More people need to take on your example£ :)
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Re: MRE support for storm casualties in Poland

Postby Conrad » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:38 pm

I didn't hear about that before now. Sounds bad. Nice to see people doing stuff to help even if official agencies are struggling to sort it/ not sorting it. I'll send you something small/ some little donation to help if it would do you any good


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