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Thinking of Christchurch

Emergency services search the rubble for survivors of the collapsed CTV building after yesterday's earthquake in Christchurch. Photo / Brett Phibbs

As we watch whats happening in the aftermath of yesterday’s earthquake in Christchurch I’ve been humbled to see the outpouring of love and support for those in the affected areas.

New Zealanders have been opening up their homes to people who need places to stay and NZ Search and Rescue teams have been working through the night to find people trapped in the rubble. But I’ve been surprised to hear of the International support that’s been given. Australia has sent two very large search and rescue teams to assist – THANK YOU NSW!!! And this morning on the radio the Prime Minister said that search and rescue teams are coming in from as far afield as Singapore and Taiwan.

Seeing people searching for their family-members in that chaos has a way of putting all your problems into perspective šŸ˜¦

Tonight I’ll be holding my precious family just a little bit closer and hoping that those in Christchurch get out of this ok.

Kia kaha Christchurch!

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3 thoughts on “Thinking of Christchurch

  1. So sad šŸ˜¦
    Something like this definitely puts things back into perspective!

    Its wonderful to hear that so many people are willing to help out.

  2. Great post. šŸ™‚

    It’s been so heartbreaking to hear all the stories of people trying to get information about their family and friends in ChCh. How harrowing! And yes, it is so heartwarming to see people rallying around to help during this devastating time.

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