Moroccan Citizens Step In To Help Quake Victims

Mattresses given as aid lie on the ground in the Moroccan village of Tikht, near Adassil, after the 6.8-magnitude quake
Ordinary citizens are stepping in to do their bit for victims of the deadly earthquake in Morocco, after some complained that the authorities were slow to act. The quake killed at least 2,122 people, injured more than 2,400 others, and flattened entire villages.
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