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September 12, 1987 | Associated Press
A team of U.S. disaster experts began Friday to assess damage done by floods and mudslides that destroyed neighborhoods and villages in northern Venezuela, killing scores of people. The four-man team is trying to determine how much aid Venezuela will need to recover from Sunday's disaster, which left at least 30,000 people homeless and 100 missing by unofficial count.
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December 29, 1999 | From Associated Press
Flood survivors ran into mud-caked streets and stared at the sky when the U.S. Army helicopter roared into town and hovered over a baseball field. By the time the Chinook CH-47 landed, Luisa Estebez was inside the stadium crying. "We have no mattresses. We have no food. We have no water," said Estebez, a 66-year-old homemaker in this farming town on the Caribbean coast. But help had arrived. U.S.
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December 29, 1999 | From Associated Press
Flood survivors ran into mud-caked streets and stared at the sky when the U.S. Army helicopter roared into town and hovered over a baseball field. By the time the Chinook CH-47 landed, Luisa Estebez was inside the stadium crying. "We have no mattresses. We have no food. We have no water," said Estebez, a 66-year-old homemaker in this farming town on the Caribbean coast. But help had arrived. U.S.
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December 24, 1999 | Associated Press
Relief drew closer for thousands of thirsty mudslide survivors in Venezuela on Thursday when the United States sent in a huge airplane with machines that can purify water from the ocean and contaminated rivers. The C-5 Galaxy, the largest airplane made in the United States, arrived from Puerto Rico with two machines that can purify more than 3,100 gallons of water an hour, as well as seawater at a slower rate. "They are responding to the No.
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December 24, 1999 | Associated Press
Relief drew closer for thousands of thirsty mudslide survivors in Venezuela on Thursday when the United States sent in a huge airplane with machines that can purify water from the ocean and contaminated rivers. The C-5 Galaxy, the largest airplane made in the United States, arrived from Puerto Rico with two machines that can purify more than 3,100 gallons of water an hour, as well as seawater at a slower rate. "They are responding to the No.
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September 12, 1987 | Associated Press
A team of U.S. disaster experts began Friday to assess damage done by floods and mudslides that destroyed neighborhoods and villages in northern Venezuela, killing scores of people. The four-man team is trying to determine how much aid Venezuela will need to recover from Sunday's disaster, which left at least 30,000 people homeless and 100 missing by unofficial count.
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