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He said: "This is a tragic and devastating time for the family and officers from our dedicated family liaison officers continue to support them.
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6 million euro to assist Nepal after the devastating earthquake that hit the country just over a week ago.
Executive director of nursing and social care for Mersey Care N HS Trust, Ray Walker, told the ECHO: "It's a devastating report, it's devastating for the Gadsby family and it's devastating for me as a nurse.
It was devastating to hear and terrible for his family.
ISLAMABAD, September 21, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Pakistans economy which had registered a growth rate of 7-8 per cent in the past had been first devastated by the incidents of terrorism in which the country suffered loses to the tune of billions of dollars, while the recent devastating floods have exacerbated the economic challenges.
Summary: Rabat - HM King Mohammed VI sent a condolence message to Chilean President Michelle Bachelet following the devastating earthquake that hit the Latin American country on Saturday.
It was the most devastating quake recorded in the last two centuries.
ISLAMABAD, January 16, 2010 (Frontier Star): President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday wrote a letter to Prime Minister of Haiti and expressed grief and sorrow over the massive deaths as a result of devastating earthquake.
Any family who has dealt with substance abuse knows how devastating it can be.
Some of the most devastating losses were seen in Burma in May when Cyclone Nargis claimed some 150,000 lives, ranking it the worst natural disaster in the country's history.
It is not clear which of the North East's 30 stores will be among the closures, but the news has come as a devastating blow to the region's hundreds of staff.