Latest development of the collapsed bridge in Vietnam killed 8 and injured 38 Hmong


(SHB) — On February 24, 2014, a bridge collapsed in a Hmong village on northwestern province of Lai Chau, Vietnam, and killed 8 and injured 38 Hmong. Suab Hmong News followed up with a Hmong representative in Vietnam on the latest development of the collapsed bridge.
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Qhoua Cho Yang (Qhua Tsom Yaj), a Hmong Christian Representative for Hmong-Vietnamese, said he saw and heard on the Internet that there were donation of money sent from various groups in the United States to Vietnam to help the victims’ families of the collapsed bridge but there is no sign of the donation money.

“Hmong individuals or organizations that would like to donate money to help the victims of the collapsed bridge should send the donation money directly to the head of the village that the victim families live so the head of the village will be able to help the victims accordingly… “said Qhoua Cho Yang.

Mr. Yang also said that the Vietnamese government has been a big help to the victim families by providing money and man power.

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