I have been working in Puerto San Carlos for the past 12 years. A lot of people live in homes that are made very weak and cannot stand up to hurricanes. The last hurricane was four years ago and destroyed a lot of the homes. I purchased 5 truckloads of roofing materials and handed out cash money door to door to help the poor people get water and food. If you can help these people please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call my Louisiana office at 337-237-1533 or my Mexican cell number 01152-1-613-109-9413. I will invest in helping and I will also need some help. Every penny will go to the people of Baja for rebuilding and food. I will not spend 1 penny on helpers. I have people there that will help me deliver all material and food for free. Please email me and I will contact you. Thank you and god bless you for thinking of others in a time of need. The time to help is NOW before the people hurt for food and fresh water.
I am not a scam person. I will give all money to the people. I have a websites donsgulfselect.com, bajascallops.com and humansonline.com – Please help with whatever you can.
Don Gulf Select, LLC
While firefighters on Monday continued the grueling work of containing the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history and owners of damaged and destroyed homes were asked to show patience while investigators worked a possible crime scene, a few fortunate Black Forest property owners were allowed to return after nearly a week of exile.
More than half the state of Colorado was under a severe thunderstorm watch Monday. A tornado touched down at a La Junta industrial park, but no injuries were reported, according to Aaron Eveatt, La Junta fire department chief.