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Survivor HAITI;Haitian Earthquake 2010Survivor gets Prosthetic Leg in New Haven

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Guest Call in Tel# 1-347-326-9241 Ralph MAry Gedeon (Haitian Earthquake Survivor)& Ayal LINDEMAN Church of Scientology Volunteer Min. Info CONTACT:Cheryl Duncan cheryl@cherylduncanpr.com RALPH,will speak to us LIVE from his hospital bed in his native language Creole Music featured We ARe The World', Wyclef Jean,and various HAitian Artists. Rockland County First Responder Helps Haitian Young Man Get Prosthetic Leg in New Haven EMT and LPN, Ayal Lindeman, keeps his word to 22-year-old Haitian engineering student Medical professional and Scientology Volunteer Minister Ayal Lindeman, working in Haiti since shortly after the January 12 earthquake, is keeping his promise today to a Haitian man whose leg was amputated to save his life. Ralph-Mary Gedeon, 22, was attending classes at a Port-au-Prince engineering school on January 12 when his school collapsed in the earthquake, burying him alive. A licensed practical nurse, emergency medical technician and Scientology Volunteer Minister trained in disaster relief, Lindeman had arrived in Haiti nine days after the quake, on one of the first Scientology-sponsored transport planes allowed into the country that brought more than 100 Haitian doctors, nurses and EMTs and a support corps of Volunteer Ministers to assist them in providing medical care. Lindeman was informed that without an amputation, Ralph would never survive due to infection and the strain on his already failing kidneys. Only amputating the leg would save the man’s life.B being an amputee in Haiti meant living life as an outcast.Ralph went through with the operation—a mid-thigh amputation. Ayal Lindeman is living the motto of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Corps: “Something can be done about it.” The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Corps is an embracive program of the Church of Scientology to provide community service, disaster relief and emergency response.

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