With massive holding places such as the Messe gymnasiums and indoor sport complexes in smaller German towns are actually being converted into refugee camps.
She gets the baby giraffe.
As Hela steps in the barricaded enclosure in the Munich railway station, Sandra Huber picks out the small giraffe for her and dips right into a sizeable bag filled with stuffed toys. “Our youngsters have enough and a lot more to give away to these youngsters that have unexpectedly arrived in our state,” says Sandra’s mom. Till midday, volunteers have counted 6,000 refugees who’ve arrived at the station. “I miss my residence.
You’ll find lots of such scenes at the station. Syrian kids are immediately wrapped to help keep them warm. Sandra leans over the barricade to deliver the remainder of her playthings. Her three-year old daughter is holding a bag using some of sneakers which she really wants to hang on to to get several minutes more. “She’ll give the shoes, I understand she’ll,” Coralie says.