Tsunami in Asia.

Old Jan 1st 2005, 11:12 am
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Janb - have you managed to track down your brother? I do hope so.

Here's another link.....but beware; there are many photos of dead people in the hospital mortuaries. They are *very* graphic - please have a supporter with you if you feel you need to try and find your brother in this way.

http://www.onethailand.com
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Old Jan 1st 2005, 12:01 pm
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Thanks for the link - no we haven't found Keith yet. Fingers still crossed. I have had some very positive feedback from expats in the area who are helping to try and locate him but haven't heard anything yet.

Thanks for all the support from this forum.
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Old Jan 2nd 2005, 8:48 pm
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Try putting a message on the bbc website www.news.bbc.co.uk, there are already lots of messages from worried families on their. I have seen 2 names on there from my home town, one a best mate from school.

Pray they are found safe and well.

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Old Jan 2nd 2005, 9:52 pm
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Hi Mandy

Thanks bt we have alrady put his name on sky news and bbc bt with no luck. I have also posted details on other forums but he has still not turned up. Thanks for your help.
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Hi Mandy

Thanks bt we have alrady put his name on sky news and bbc bt with no luck. I have also posted details on other forums but he has still not turned up. Thanks for your help.
Janine

hey Jan. If there is anything i can do. Please ask. If you want to give me detaills of your bro and the last place he was seen. I'll try my best to find out for you.
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Originally Posted by JANB
Thanks for the link - no we haven't found Keith yet. Fingers still crossed. I have had some very positive feedback from expats in the area who are helping to try and locate him but haven't heard anything yet.

Thanks for all the support from this forum.
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Janine, as soon as you have any news, please tell us because we are all thinking of you.

To those reading this thread that are out there in affected areas, or have lost loved ones, the whole world is crying with you.

I feel so helpless and the images I am seeing on television are making me cry every day.

I am putting money into the fund, but if you guys out there can think of anything else that we could do, let us know.

If anyone saw the news tonight about those fishermen that had been in their boat for 7 days with no food or water, their boat was on the verge of collapse and they were dehydrated, and some ship found them.

A tiny baby was found floating on its mattress alive,

A small boy was heard crying at the bottom of a swimming pool and is now back with his dad.

We musnt give up on miracles, because every time someone is found alive from this disaster, it proves that they do happen.

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Old Jan 3rd 2005, 8:43 pm
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Hi everyone

Looks like there has been a sighting of my brother Keith and he is ok - this is not confirmed yet but I will let you know as soon as I know anything
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Fingers crossed for you.
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Oh I hope you find him! Good news for me too, best mate is ok

Let us know if it is definately him.

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Old Jan 5th 2005, 12:56 am
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KEITH IS OK

I HAVE HAD A MESSAGE FROM SOMEONE TODAY TO SAY KEITH HAS SENT A TEXT SAYING HE IS OK.

Don't know where he has been but he is ok

Thanks to you all for your support and help.

Prayers are with those still missing - I hope there are some more good news stories over the next few days

God bless
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Hi Janine,
every person found OK is a reason to rejoice. I thank God that Keith is OK, and thank you for letting us know
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Originally Posted by JANB
KEITH IS OK

I HAVE HAD A MESSAGE FROM SOMEONE TODAY TO SAY KEITH HAS SENT A TEXT SAYING HE IS OK.

Don't know where he has been but he is ok

Thanks to you all for your support and help.

Prayers are with those still missing - I hope there are some more good news stories over the next few days

God bless
Janine

Thank god for that Janine.

When we did our 3 min silence at work, I thought about him.

But yes, to the other families, our thoughts are with you.
 
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Originally Posted by JANB
KEITH IS OK

I HAVE HAD A MESSAGE FROM SOMEONE TODAY TO SAY KEITH HAS SENT A TEXT SAYING HE IS OK.

Don't know where he has been but he is ok

Thanks to you all for your support and help.

Prayers are with those still missing - I hope there are some more good news stories over the next few days

God bless
Janine

Good news hope you all get together soon to celebrate. I read yesterday some guys survived because they were surfing and thought it was safer out at sea than in. As said hope there are some more good news for those who are still waiting for news, a big <<<hug>>> for them.
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So pleased that you have news that your brother is safe and well.

A Thai lady whom is in the same acquacise class I attend has also now received good news; her cousin lives in Krabi but has a bar/restaurant on Phi Phi Island which has been washed away - he couldn't be contacted for a few days but he's fine.

Some sad news announced by Tony Blair today:

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/a...amiser?source=

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Originally Posted by Mercedes
Hope you find him Janine, he may not be able to get to a phone or oomms to let anyone know hes' okay. Fingers, and toes crossed for you.

Mercedes

I'm so sorry for the pain you must be feeling, i hope everything will turn out ok. Stay positive and remember that so many people really do feel for you

lots of love xxxxx
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