Lopez Mateos, BCS
Hurricane Jimena Crisis Report Site

Page updated: 2009-12-30 07:50 MDT

"SEDESOL (the Federal Government relief agency) stated that of the 80 totally leveled houses and another 70 damaged beyond use that they would only help rebuild 4 houses."

(Homes in Progress)

- In the lineup -

These are families whom the Malones (on-site contact) have singled out as being in extreme need and in a viable situation for reconstruction. Click on photos for larger versions.

The García family: "Pedro, Josefina, María García, Rosario Lucero, have cobbled together whatever they could find to get out of the weather after Jimena destroyed their house."

García Family

The Sandoval family. Daniel & Edina in what is left of their house. But Jimena did leave the toilet. Or at least part of it.

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Sedano Family

The Sedano family. Amanda Sedano, Suhey Burgoin, Humberto, Scarleyh & Erick López in what is left of their living room, and an exterior view.

Sedano Family
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The Bañales Family.

The González Family. Cleaning up the remnants.

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Aragón family Aragón

Germán Antonio & Sandy Aragón and their roofless house.

The Aragón V. Family: Victor, Marina, María Carmen & Reina. Home under the sky 'till they can get something rebuilt.

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Campos family

The Campos Family: Hector, Adela Lesezma, Leanae, Aebella Mensoza, Mitchel, German... (not all in photo). That curtan behind them, WAS the window of their living room where they're standing.

Campos family
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Julio & Leonor Domínguez, José Chávez, by the foundation of their storm-flattened home.

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A couple views of the Galindo house, home to Jesús, Cecilia, Anastacia, Leticia, José, Noa & Cesar. It's vertical, but not much cover.