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Monday, January 18, 2010

"WE NEED HELP!" Milwaukee EMT Jeff Lang

Everything you can possibly imagine. We need help. These people need medical help. We are at the Manresa refugee camp. People dying from wounds they shouldn't. Need more supplies and medical teams. Large lacerations down to bone, several avulsions, crushing tibfib breaks, femur breaks, additional compound breaks. "Simple lacerations are leading to infection and disease" says Milwaukee Firefighter Jeff Lang.
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  1. I would like to come and help - But I'm broke, I'm unemployed and desperately seeking work so that I don't lose my house.

    If you can find a way for me to not lose my house and to get there, I'll come and stay as long as I'm needed! I'm a Firefighter/EMT-B (5 years experience), and a US Army NCO (Reserves, Aviation; 15U), plus I'm a teacher and have a lot of computer expertise (decades as a programmer/network support/desktop support person)...How can I get there?


  2. Sent another $10, Do you have a staging area for more supplies in the US?

  3. Keep up the good work! We love you guys and wish you all a safe and succesful mission.
    love Tony,Davlin,Brody,

  4. Jeff I am so proud of you for doing what you are doing. If things were different for me (ie Mom) here I would be right beside you! Keep up the great work!! Safe travels home...Love you....Jenny

  5. To Sailor Boy,

    met a guy this summer. I knew he was remarkable. Couldn't get him to Italy. Went to Haiti instead. Just sent $$donation. My Lt. Col. Bro's battalion heading down now - gave him your #/site.

    Dolce Fare Niente