Haití: Nuevas fotos de la ayuda de los Testigos de Jehová
Applying annesthesia to Elizé Milien
Getting ready to amputate his right leg above the knee
Part of the staff: Brothers Cabral (left) & Grossman (right)
Br. M. Lucas using the electrocauterization.
Out of surgery in recovery room: Dr. L. Gomez (non JW); M. Grossman (USA), P. Lucas & M. Lucas (GER)
Day after surgery. We thought we almost lost him. Very anemic and tachycardia.
Happy face after getting discharged… In one day our doctors worked to get 6 of our brothers out the hospital to our Recuperation Shelters.
Our little warrior, Elize also got discharged. Can you see him smile. (Tears get in my eyes every time I think of him)
Arriving into a Recuperation Shelter. He was very weak, and we need to transport him the next day in a helicopter in Haiti. We could only pray that he could make it thru the night.
Next morning: Ready to leave to the Airport.
Waiting for authorization to enter to Tormac
A cheerful moment… good bye my little warrior!!!
The same day we had to drive to Azua and get the discharge for Winchel Laurente (13) and drive her to the border to send to Assembly Hall in HTI. it was 2 PM then.
Matt Grossman rode in the back with her.
Winchele’s mothers, Sister Ducarmel Laurente and our little warrior cousin, Lovely Italiane (very corageous)
HTI Brach vehicle waited for us at the border and we transfered the patient, the families, medical staff & supplies. One more hour for then before getting to the branch. 5 more hrs for us. It was 6:45 pm. We got home @ 1 am fisically, mentally & emotionally exhausted but with high spirit and a strong conviction that this is Jehovah’s Organization.
victims, dead and missing
special pioneer lost his leg
bibelstudent saved by sister
people coming back for treatment
parking at assembly hall, people still living there
baptism pool,in the back treating woman.she died next day
assembly hall entrence, charging cellphones and labtops
trying to comunicate but cristian love need no translation