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    Salvation Army Provides Assistance After Korean Ferry Disaster

    Relief team provides food and laundry services to rescuers and victims' families. April 17, 2014
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    The Salvation Army in Korea is providing assistance to rescuers and families of passengers on a ferry that capsized off the coast of Jindo Island. More than 300 of the 475 passengers were students travelling to Jeju Island on a school trip. At the time of writing, nine people are known to have died, but more than 280 are still missing.

    On hearing about the disaster, 14 officers from Chulla Division travelled straight to the scene to offer whatever assistance was needed.

    A Salvation Army relief team headed by Major Ahn, Gun-sik (Divisional Commander, Chulla Division), supported by personnel from territorial headquarters in Seoul, is now in place on the shore with an emergency feeding vehicle which also has laundry facilities. The major and his team will continue to work with local officials to provide help as required.

     

    People take shelter in a Salvation Army food tent People take shelter in a Salvation Army food tent


     

    A Salvation Army food truck serves emergency workers A Salvation Army food truck serves emergency workers

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