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rabell.cl

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Stage

Seed | Alive

Total Raised

$40K

Last Raised

$40K | 7 yrs ago

About Rabell

Rabell is a mobile application that democratizes simultaneous translation, by permitting organizers or any member of the public to create a virtual translated version of the event using their language skills and their smartphones to stream translated audio and/or text. The audience can hear/read the translation and vote for favorite translators.

Rabell Headquarter Location

Chile

Latest Rabell News

Identifying the remains of 110 Cuban air crash victims is a round-the-clock job

May 21, 2018

Rabell said investigators hope to complete the process of identifying the bodies within a month. Mairy Charchabal holds a picture of her son Daniel Terrero Charchabal, 22, who was killed in Cuba's worst aviation disaster, at the morgue where she waits for the identification of the bodies in Havana, Cuba on, Sunday. Officials say 110 people died when a charter passenger jet hired by Cuba's state-run airline, Cubana de Aviacion, crashed Friday. Desmond Boylan AP Meanwhile, the three survivors of the crash remain in extremely critical condition at Calixto García Hospital in Havana. A man also was pulled alive from the wreckage of the plane that Cubana de Aviación had leased from Global Air (Damojh), a Mexican company. But he died soon after arriving at the hospital. Calixto García Director Carlos Alberto Martínez said at a Monday news conference that the women were at high risk of developing complications but said it was a good sign that they had survived for 72 hours after the crash. The survivors are Grettel Landrovell Font, 23, of Havana; Mailen Díaz, 19, of Holguín, and Emiley Sánchez, 39, of Holguin. The women, who all suffered burns, are intubated and on ventilators, said Martínez. In addition to a six-member Mexican crew, the dead included 99 Cubans, two passengers from the disputed territory of Western Sahara, two Argentines and a Mexican. Rabell said some of the Mexicans' family members had arrived in Havana and submitted DNA samples that should allow positive identifications of the crew soon. The State Department said it wasn't aware of any U.S. citizens aboard the flight. But it is possible there were Cuban residents of the United States. Related stories from Miami Herald

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