Students from different countries and regions call for "more help because there is still much to do and all hands are few to remove the mud from houses and streets, since they will not be able to recover furniture, appliances or many things necessary. "
The action was carried out today and volunteers plan to repeat similar actions in the next few days.
Finally, about two hundred students from the San Antonio Catholic University are participating today in the removal of mud, debris and unrecoverable goods from streets and around twenty houses affected by the temporary DANA in the Bahía Bella urbanization of the municipality of Cartagena , on the border with Los Alcázares.
Among them were not only students from different Spanish provinces, but also numerous international students such as Russian Andrey Iakovenko who explained that "UCAM offered us the opportunity to help people with what happened to the rains and we saw that it is ours must help those who need it that cannot recover all this alone or have resources to do anything about this problem. "
For his part, ADE student Pedro Mendoza, who has coordinated the initiative, explained that "last week we already came a group of people to help in this area and we saw what there was, so we set out that this week were more hands than there were here thanks to UCAM, but there is still a lot to do and all hands are few for what is needed here, half of the work is done but the other half is missing, so we are considering going back again because today's initiative has had a response to the height of the circumstances. "
The neighbors, like Francisco Carrillo, have thanked the volunteers for their dedication "because thanks to these very willing people we will surely be able to at least finish removing the mud from the house."