TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: Victims appeal for help - EntornoInteligente

Entornointeligente.com / News day / The family has been forced to seek shelter at the homes of relatives and friends.

A distraught Anganee Hosein, 26, whose three children range in age from two years to seven years, lamented that the family had lost everything in the blaze, including clothing, school supplies, furniture and important documents.

“We are seeking any kind of assistance from the public because we were not able to save anything,’ she said, and noted that she was expected to start a new job on Monday and would have to purchase new work clothing due to the fire. She said fire officials had not yet determined the cause of the fire and were still investigating its origin. Meanwhile, Manager of the People’s Issues Resolution Co-ordination Unit at the Ministry of Social Development, Asauph Ghany, said the family had received a food card as well as a clothing grant and articles of clothing from the Ministry. Interested persons can contact 395- 9772/341-9982. Meanwhile, 15 persons in Esperance located on the outskirts of San Fernando who were left homeless after a fire ravaged two homes on Wednesday morning are pleading for assistance in acquiring building materials to reconstruct a new home. Sunil Sooklal, son of Sonny Sooklal, owner of the home in question, explained yesterday that they are in the process of cleaning up the site and that family members are staying with relatives until they can reconstruct their home.

TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: Victims appeal for help

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