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On Monday we reported on a fire that totally destroyed the home of the Gibsons, a family of 7 from College Road in Corozal Town. When we last left you, the wooden structure was completely destroyed as well as their belongings and appliances from within. The estimated value of items lost was not known and today, owner Pauline Gibson said that family’s’ loss is estimated at 15 thousand dollars. Today Pauline stopped by our news room in Corozal seeking an outlet to reach the community for assistance.


Screen_Shot_2014-11-20_at_7.55.47_PMPauline Gibson – Fire Victim


“I deh around hustling going to people and asking for help, house to house and am trying to get a nice job and I went to the Minister even on the streets to work and get back my things and a job to work and make mines.”


Victor Castillo – Reporter


“When it comes to your material, we know you have lost all your stuff, all your belongings, how have you been doing without it and for your kids and all of that?”


Pauline Gibson – Fire Victim


“It is not really happening but one or two clothes is what we have right now right.”


Victor Castillo – Reporter


“Now, you visit us this morning and you willing to ask the community for assistance, where can they reach you?”


Pauline Gibson – Fire Victim


“Well I have my number and so if you really want to get in touch you could call 624-5742 just call me it doesn’t matter if it is clothes, groceries anything.”


Anyone willing to assist the Gibson family in their time of need can contact 624-5742.

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