16 August, 2007

Phone Number for List of Peru Earthquake Victims

A list of victims of the Peru Earthquake is available at 0-800-10828.

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Anonymous Leigh said :

Is there an online list, I am in New Zealand and have 2 friends from the US missing in Peru!

16 August, 2007 21:22  
Blogger Arianna said :

i dont know im trying to look for one. my whole family is in peru!!!

16 August, 2007 22:46  
Anonymous Leigh said :

I think my friends were in the church in Pisco : (
Good luck Arianna xox

16 August, 2007 22:56  
Anonymous Leigh said :

If u find one, will u post a link back here please?

16 August, 2007 22:57  
Blogger ange Embuldeniya said :

Am sure that there's an offline list somewhere Leigh and Arianna, and we're in touch with INDECI which is the civil defense in Peru and the Center for National Operations and will work with them in publishing an online list via INDECI's website where they have been publishing the death toll and injured figures.

It's just that at the moment due to lack of communication internally, it is quite chaotic as one can imagine, once the TSF team have set up aid agencies and NGOs along with civillian access to phones, the stakeholders responding to this disaster will be communicating via the CNO in Lima and we hope to get a link from them to an online list which we'll post on the blog.

17 August, 2007 03:35  
Anonymous Leigh said :

Ange .. thank you very much!
I can imagine the communication problems, its awful when you want to know, everyone wants the information as soon as possible!
Keep up the good work!

17 August, 2007 04:58  
Blogger Publia said :

There is an online list; it is here: which can also be accessed clicking here.

The list is very small. The best informtion source at the moment is The site is continually updated, and I suggest that you check there frequently.

17 August, 2007 18:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said :

to whom it may concern,
i hope that this sight is still viable for the last post dated a while ago. my name is tony and i have a friend of mine who i think might be a victim from the 2007 earthquake in peru (i hope i am mistaken) however the last time i spoke to her was 2yrs ago and we lost contact since then.How can i check if she is a victim.Is there a phone number i can call on or an e-mail i can send to someone responsible who can help me? please note i do not live in peru and the number listed is only for local contacts.

Thank you

20 August, 2009 09:22  

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