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A South Carolina non-profit group is sending a disaster assistance team to earthquake-ravaged Morocco.  Water Mission will provide emergency safe water access in the north African nation after it was rocked by a 6.8 magnitude quake September 8.  Water Mission is a Christian organization of engineers based in North Charleston.

“Access to safe water is among the most critical needs following a disaster,” the group said in a media release.  “It quenches thirst; enables critically needed services like meals, shelter, and medical attention; and helps prevent the spread of waterborne illnesses, which are especially deadly to young children.”

Water Mission’s team is headed to Marrakech, an area of Morocco especially hard hit by the quake.  Much of the mountain town was reduced to rubble.  Hope for finding survivors is dwindling.


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