The first sentence is fine. I would rewrite the second one somewhat. Perhaps: "The people have to endure (or put up with) such conditions as blackened walls, charred doors, destroyed equipment, and rubbish strewn about the premises." You could add: "Vandalism and theft are a constant problem." (They don't have to put up with looted equipment, because it isn't there.)Originally Posted by Anatoly
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