April 16, 2019
LOLOLOL, serves the cuck right.
I bet he’ll return as soon as he recovers, though.
Gotta get dem komputahs to the 67 IQ Haitians so that they can learn to code (in-between eating dirt cookies and sacrificing chickens to Baron Samedi).
An American doctor is recovering after he was shot three times during a mission trip to help schoolchildren in Haiti last week.
Dr. Doug Burbella, 58, and a group of missionaries working under Living Water Ministries were on their way to deliver $20,000 worth of computers and servers to a school in Anse-Rouge on April 4. They had been in the country for only four hours when their trucks were suddenly roadblocked by a group of about 150 Haitian men, Burbella said.
One of the men threw a tire in their path and set it ablaze. Then, dozens more began circling and climbing on top of the trucks. The missionaries told ABC News that the ambushers carried every weapon imaginable, from machetes to long rifles and machine guns.
“Then there was a hailstorm of gunfire,” Burbella told ABC News in a phone interview.
Drew Pasler, the driver of the truck transporting Burbella, put the truck in reverse and tried to turn around, but one of the back tires had been shot.
Pasler heard Burbella scream that he had been hit.
“I turned around and saw bullet holes in Doug’s jaw, neck and shoulder,” Pasler told ABC News in a phone interview.
The group of men caught up to the truck and ordered the missionaries out so they could take their belongings. All of the missionaries complied except for Burbella, who played dead in the backseat.
Burbella said the ambushers took his cellphone and some cash before one of the men began aiming a long rifle at his head.
“Just when I thought they were about to finish me off, a man on a motorcycle came out of nowhere and said ‘No,’” Burbella said.
The man on the motorcycle said something in Creole and the ambushers immediately stopped and began returning most of the items that they had taken, Pasler told ABC News.
The missionaries carried Burbella to the second truck and rushed him to a medical facility. Burbella, who was bleeding profusely, told ABC News, “I thought I was going to die.” So he asked Pasler to record a message for his wife and son.
Burbella survived. The day after he received medical treatment in Haiti, he was flown to Delray Medical Center in Florida.