ESL, Niveau avancé

Vocabulary Practice: Disaster Zones (1)

After the Tsunami hit, ......... workers arrived to help the survivors.
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After the earthquake, volunteers were on site distributing much needed medical and food ......... to those in need.
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The Tsunami waves ......... away every house and restaurant along the coast line. The coastline is now bare. It was a terrible disaster that caused a lot of damage and deaths.
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The president said he would send needed supplies and National Guard members to ......... areas after Hurricane Katrina took place.
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Electricity and phone lines were ......... off after the hurricane hit. Employees worked tirelessly to restore power and communication systems for the survivors.
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The Peace Corps sends members to war ......... areas around the world. These members are not paid very much but they want to help in these war torn areas.
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When any disaster strikes, nations from around the world come together and send much needed ......... supplies and volunteer workers to help the injured and traumatized survivors.
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Many people came together to assist in the ......... effort after the tornado wiped out an entire community.
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The president called a national ......... situation after the hurricane struck because it took place of a sudden and many people needed help right away.
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Unfortunately, the volcano eruption caused a lot of deaths. The exact ......... number is still unknown but they are estimating that more than 1000 people were killed in this natural disaster.
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