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Published on Jan 17, 2010
Haiti's strongest earthquake in more than two centuries rocked the Caribbean nation on Tuesday, causing dozens of buildings to collapse and raising fears that many people have died, Bodies lying on the street and hearing cries for help in the impoverished and crowded capital of Port-au-Prince, located just 10 miles northwest of the earthquake's epicenter, people are screaming, they are on the street panicking, people are hurt. There are a lot of wounded, broken heads, broken arms." Haitians are desperate for supplies; and rescues continue.