Samaritan’s Purse Responds to Flooding in Michigan

mayo 6, 2019 • United States
A disaster relief unit is headed for Michigan in the aftermath of devastating flooding.

A disaster relief unit has deployed to the Detroit area.

Ayuda para desastres en EE. UU.

Samaritan’s Purse deployed to the Detroit metropolitan area after widespread flooding damaged thousands of homes this week. A state of emergency has been issued for Wayne County, which includes the cities of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights.

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Last week, nearly four inches of rain fell in just seven hours. Some residents were trapped inside their homes and had to be rescued by boat. A number of neighborhoods remain underwater.

Samaritan’s Purse staff conducted assessments on Friday, May 3. A disaster relief unit and supply trailer were sent to Michigan on Saturday and volunteers began work today. Our base of operations for this response is Family Christian Church in Ecorse.

Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains are also responding.

Samaritan’s Purse North American Ministries responded in the greater Detroit area once before, in 2014.

Please pray for our disaster relief staff as they serve in Jesus’ Name. Pray that we can help families in the hardest-hit areas and bring them the hope of the Gospel.

Ayuda para desastres en EE. UU. Samaritan's Purse moviliza y equipa a miles de voluntarios cada año para ayudar a las víctimas de emergencias dentro de EE. UU. que han sufrido por fuegos forestales, inundaciones, tornados, huracanes y otros desastres naturales. Después de los daños producidos por las grandes tormentas, usualmente nos quedamos para reconstruir casas para las personas que no tienen a dónde más acudir por ayuda.

Ayuda para desastres en EE. UU.