National Parks Group Saddened by Devastating Impacts of Tragic Earthquake and Tsunamis

 
PRESS RELEASE
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date:   March 11, 2011
Contact:   Shannon Andrea, National Parks Conservation Association, Phone: 202.365.5912


National Parks Group Saddened by Devastating Impacts of Tragic Earthquake and Tsunamis

Statement by NPCA President Tom Kiernan

“On behalf of the National Parks Conservation Association, I express deep condolences to the people, communities, national parks, and Park Service  personnel potentially at risk from the tragic earthquake and tsunamis. We are saddened by the loss of life and heavy damages caused by this natural disaster.  Our thoughts and concern go out to coastal communities still at risk.”

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