Sunday, February 28, 2010

Google to launch the Chilean version of the earthquake people search services

Google launched a tool to help people to find in Chile may be subject to Sunday's 8.8 earthquake occurred friends and loved ones.

Google Person Finder allows users to search the persons concerned in accordance with names in English and Spanish information or information about people left behind. As of Sunday morning, this page already contains 22900 records. However, this page reminds the user that the information entered will be all the people see and use. Google is not responsible for authentication information.

Google Crisis Response website also pointed out that Americans seeking information can call the U.S. State Department, telephone number is 1-888-407-4747. Google, this page has a map, list of activities as well as the recent earthquake in Chile, to the earthquake relief campaign contributions of resources. This Web page, your donation will help disaster victims rebuild their lives and their communities.

As of Sunday morning, the local government reported that about 300 people have died because of this earthquake. However, this figure is expected to grow.