First a volcanic explosion. Now a tropical storm.
“By the end of Sunday, May 30, these were the figures 82 dead, 111,964 evacuees, 29,245 in shelters, 13 bridges collapsed, [many] roads blocked by landslides or floods…” from antiguadailyphoto.com
The poorest are normally the most affected because their houses, often built on steep mountains or in the ravines of the city, just wash away…
But it just doesn’t seem right that the poor always cop it the worst.
Today my heart aches for Guatemala. (and the rest of Central America affected).