by Nashville Health Care Council | Nov 16, 2010

As we listened to speaker after speaker talk about the outpouring of support the residents of Chile provided each other following the February earthquake, it was easy to think of the similarity to Nashville after the flood. The earthquake and its aftershocks hit the central part of the country in one of its most populous areas and killed hundreds of people.

The swell of national pride and patriotic support the people of Chile exhibited to the world at that time only increased during the recent mine accident, which trapped 33 miners underground for more than two months, and subsequent successful rescue. Read the full post.