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UCI supportive with the recovery work in Diez de Octubre. Foto: Tania García Torres

UCI shows its solidarity with the recovery work in Diez de Octubre

Tania García Torres |
January 30, 2019 - 16:00
UCI supportive with the recovery work in Diez de Octubre

UCI supportive with the recovery work in Diez de Octubre. Foto: Tania García Torres

The streets of one of the municipalities of Havana severely affected with the recent tornado and the second most densely populated in the capital of the country were filled with a solidarity troop of dream fixers.

One of Havana's municipalities hit hardest by the recent tornado and the second most densely populated in the country's capital saw its streets filled with a supportive troop of dream fixers.

This morning, the University of Informatics Sciences (UCI) arrived with all their strength in Luyanó, ready to rescue it from all the debris.

Students and workers representing UCI, piled up the wreckage left by the atmospheric phenomena on streets like Los Benavides. They also talked to some of the neighbors and shared their sobbing in secret.

As usual with its customary action: dynamic, revolutionary and combatant, the University of Informatics Sciences supports the recovery work of the capital.

UCI shows its solidarity with the recovery work in Diez de Octubre

UCI shows its solidarity with the recovery work in Diez de Octubre.

Recovery of Luyanó location in the capital’s municipality of Diez de Octubre

Recovery of Luyanó location in the capital’s municipality of Diez de Octubre

Dream fixers get to Diez de Octubre municipality

Dream fixers get to Diez de Octubre municipality.

That’s the Cuban youth, decided, supportive, Uciana (part of UCI)

That’s the Cuban youth, decided, supportive, Uciana (part of UCI).

Young people from UCI talk with the elderly who lost part of their house. They don´t want to remember that “bombing raid”, as they describe it. Both brothers were sleeping when they were awaken by the uproar “But we are alive”, one of them says

Young people from UCI talk with the elderly who lost part of their house. They don´t want to remember that “bombing raid”, as they describe it. Both brothers were sleeping when they were awaken by the uproar “But we are alive”, one of them says.

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