Haiti's Maritime and Navigation Service (SEMANAH) organized a one-day event at the Cariès public beach, hoping to make the public more aware of the potential damage to the seabed. Making the statement that the sea should not be thought of as trash, Director General of SEMANAH, Eric Prevost, reminded those present of the historical and cultural heritage of these sites. The cost of the event was $1 million gourdes, put forward by SEMANAH for the activities planned.
Here is the picture of a massive fire that broke at the former local Maritime and Navigation Service of Haiti (SEMANAH) on May 30, 2013.
It was reported that 31 people were seriously injured and had to be taken to three different hospitals for burns and respiratory complications.
The authorities present said based on their preliminary investigation, it revealed that the fir started when combustible combination of Clorox and fertilizer exploded