Friday, January 15, 2010
The Haiti Missing Project: How you can help

CNN iReport is working to put together a database to help try to connect people with family, friends and loved ones in Haiti. The response has been tremendous – more than 4,000 iReports since Wednesday – and we're happy to report that some people on the list have been found.

 

We've called in people from all over CNN to help us and a lot of iReporters have asked what they can do.

 

Here are a few things that you can do that that would be a HUGE help:

 

• Tell your friends about CNN.com/haitimissing. Spread the word on your social networks. If you know someone who's looking for loved ones in Haiti, encourage them to upload a photo along with their name, age and location.

 

• Go to CNN.com/haitimissing and read the comments on a few posts. If anyone posts an update, such as "I found my uncle," shoot us an email at haitimissing@CNN.com.

 

• If you've heard from relatives in Haiti, look through the posts to see if you see anyone else you recognize. Use the search function to look for people from their area. Your loved ones may have told you about someone who hasn't been able to reach his or her family.

 

• Leave encouraging comments on a few iReports. Let people know you care about them.

 

Thanks to everyone who's offered to help.

 

If you have any other suggestions, please leave them in the comments below.

334 Comments
January 15, 2010
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T-Mobile is allowing all their customers to call Haiti for free until January 31st!!

January 15, 2010

PLEASE CNN STAFF DIRECT THE AUTHORITES TO START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO TAKE PICS OF THE DEAD AND THE LIVING AND PUBILICLY DISPLAY THIER FACES FOR PROPER IDENT IFCATION I AM SENDING THIS TO FROM pHILADELPHIA, PA BUT OTHER COMMUNITIES IN NY, NJ,CT,MA,AND FLORIDA WANT THIS SERVICE FROM YOU THIS CAN REALLY HELP AND WE ANT TO SUPPLY HELP FOR I DENTIFIYING OUR LOVED ONES

January 15, 2010
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FEMA Travel Trailers need to be sent to Haiti! I live in Arkansas where we currently have 11,000 (yes thousand!) FEMA trailers that have never been used. FEMA is now starting to auction off these trailers for pennies on the dollar. Looks like we will lose another 30 + million. I'm in the RV business and would help assit in getting these to the port to have transported to Haiti. I live 30 minutes from these trailers and not sure who I could contact. Any help would be appreciated.

January 15, 2010
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The constant updates we keep getting are that there are makeshift hosptials.   Ok we see planes landing and I understand that we have to have a plan. But, I was doing some research online and found this company...http://www.med-1partners.com/   WHY didn't any contact this company for their trucks!!!??? They could really use them down there! There has to be some why to get them down there. At this point I wish I was a red cross volunteer. I want to help!

January 15, 2010
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Some of the relief money collected should be used to ship unused trailers from Katrina survivors down to Haiti.  Even if only used temporarily, it can provide shelter to those that need, makeshift clinics, etc.  Many of the trailers are sitting unused and a shipping company could volunteer to provide transportation for them.

January 15, 2010
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Check out @michaelteigen on twitter for updates on missing people, retweeted updates from people in Haiti.

 

-Michael Teigen

Hypoluxo, FL, USA

January 15, 2010
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Cuba increases aid to Haiti / Let's be fair

There are currently "403 Cuban cooperative personnel, 334 of whom are working in the heath sector as doctors and paramedics," in the devastated country. The victims have been receiving medical attention from the Cuban brigade since the earthquake struck. They are now working in two campaign hospitals

An additional number of doctors are to travel there.

 

 

January 15, 2010
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The link posted above does not work.

January 15, 2010
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In order to coordinate all the web sites reporting missing people, I suggest that you open the database of missing person using semantic web encoding, so data could be mashup with other web sites such red cross web site (familylinks) and bring more values to the information you are providing.

I am interested to contribute my 2 cents by setting up a mashup application that could perform spatial search and creating social network of missing person and the people looking at them. Please contact me if u are interested by this idea.

January 15, 2010
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Thanks for pointing out that the links Weren't working. They've been fixed. Sorry for inconvenience.

January 15, 2010
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How about equipping all the reporters with some sort of GPS unit they can use to notify roaming medical teams, supplied with rickshaw-type vehicles of supplies, of the exact locations of citizens too badly injured to be moved by their families.  There are so many reporters, just think of the numbers of people they could help.  At least something could be done while all the organizing continues to be done.

January 15, 2010
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hi im just wanting to see if theres help to get me to haiti i know i could make a difference i have experience in demolition heavy equipment opperations and firstaid training ive called the red cross,and a few other places and cant get anywhere with anyone i want to lend my help to those in need over there sorry if this is the wrong site to write i dont use a computer much.  Robert McCurdy pensacola ,fl 850-455-8077..want to help

January 15, 2010
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I have always been, and will continue to be, a fan of CNN news. However, I was shocked and ashamed to read scrolling across the bottom: "Haiti is 95% negro". Those comments are the ones that continue the problem of racism. It's a bit like saying, "Haiti is 100% human". It's completely irrelevent and unnecessary. please stop referring to race in your news/comments. It will help eliminate that issue someday.

thanks for all the help with Haiti and all the news you are bringing us.

 

January 15, 2010
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Water, Medicine, Food, Shelters..these are the things they need the most.. Please Donate Carefully through Trusted Relief Organisation e.g. Red Cross, J Clinton Foundation, Yele Haiti, www.Care.org, www.Crs.org..

Warning: Please be very careful..scammers are now operating and they are making fool of ppl who wanna donate..Again PLEASE DONATE CAREFULLY..

 

Need Help: go there..

 

WWW.CNN.COM/IMPACT

 

http://www.haitiaction.net/

 

http://doctorswithoutborders.org/donate/haiti-share.cfm

 

http://www.savethechildren.org/

 

http://www.worldconcern.org/

 

http://www.care.org

 

http://www.crs.org

January 15, 2010
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Mi nombre es Guelina Oenis, soy haitiana vivo en Republica Dominicana, em la ciudad de Higuey. He tratado de comunicarme con mi familia en puerto principe la cual no he podido hacer contacto.

Mi madre le llaman Andrecia Borci, mi hermano Cheli Oenis y mi hermana Lapidu Oenis. Tambien tengo otro hermano llamando Kenel Jobor  el cual es policia de trancito. Les pido de favor que si pueden hacer contacto con mis familiares, pueden llamarme al numero telefonico: 829-779-4030/829-677-8860. a la la direccion de correo electronico, hatminton@hotmail.com. necesito ayuda.

January 15, 2010
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Mi nombre es Guelina Oenis, soy haitiana vivo en Republica Dominicana, em la ciudad de Higuey. He tratado de comunicarme con mi familia en puerto principe la cual no he podido hacer contacto.

Mi madre le llaman Andrecia Borci, mi hermano Cheli Oenis y mi hermana Lapidu Oenis. Tambien tengo otro hermano llamando Kenel Jobor  el cual es policia de trancito. Les pido de favor que si pueden hacer contacto con mis familiares, pueden llamarme al numero telefonico: 829-779-4030/829-677-8860. a la la direccion de correo electronico, hatminton@hotmail.com. necesito ayuda.

January 15, 2010
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My name is Eduardo Duran, I work at The Ritz-Carlton South Beach; we are trying to assist our Ladies and Gentlemen get in touch with their families and have set up a room with computers so that  they can look through your data base of missing/found people. Your website iReport has been VERY helpful and just wanted to thank you on behalf of all our Ladies and Gentlemen, for all the resources you have allocated to this noble cause. We have created an iReport account "RitzCSOBE" and will start posting pictures of the missing shortly, but we were also wondering if you had a list of survivors, those who had gone to your camp in Port-Au-Prince and appeared on your TV news coverage, letting their families abroad that they are fine; could we have a copy of this list? Is it posted somewhere? We are also setting up a Skype account in hopes that you might have computers available in Haiti at your camp where survivors could connect with their loved ones abroad; are you or anyone doing anything like that? do you have a Skype connection in Haiti and if you do can we have the name so that we can connect with possible relatives there?

 

Please let us know at your earliest convenience and again we wholeheartedly thank you, for your great efforts.

 

 

January 15, 2010
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Where are the solar panel companies? they haven't show up to HELP HAITI...this could be the best solution for the energy needs in HAITI at this time....

January 15, 2010
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PRAYING FOR HAITI, AND THOSE WHO ARE THERE TO ASSIST.. MAY THE LORD HAVE MERCY UPON YOU.  I DON'T KNOW IF ANYONE THOUGHT ABOUT TAKING SNAP SHOTS OF THE DECEASED.  BUT I THINK IT WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA TO BRING CLOSURE TO THE FAMILIES.  I WOULD THINK THEY WOULD NEED THIS SO THAT THET WOULDN'T BE LOST FOREVER..

January 15, 2010
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Friends/Family

My stepdad (Poppy Jean) Jean Mary Preval has not heard

from his family that live in Port Au Prince. My dad is really hurting

and it's breaking my heart listening to him cry as he gave me these

names. He is a distant cousin of the Haitian

President Rene Preval. Their fathers were cousins. Poppy Jean hasn't

heard anything or recieved any help with information.

If while you watching tv or your hear info about these names,  please please

let me know. Please keep praying

 

They live in Carre Foe Feuilles and alsoRue Matacagou in Port au Prince

 

Nineraude Preval sister

Michael Max Maximilien brother in law

They have 3 children (I know of Josie, Samuel)

Obed Preval nephew

Raudeline Preval niece

Jean Rene Preval brother

Micheline Preval sister in law

Renette Preval niece

Edna Carrenard niece

Ruebens Preval nephew

Ruth Preval sister

Zeronique Joseph cousin

Anne Carine Carrenard niece

Noë Gracia

Weltuf Gracia nephew

Gehu Gracia & wife

 

Thank you,

 

 

Nancy 848-207-7061

nancycadet1@gmail.com

January 15, 2010
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I AM A PSYCHIC MEDIUM AND I AM CURRENTLY HELPING PEOPLE TO FIND OUT IF THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ARE STILL ALIVE IN HAITI. WE ARE HAVING VERY GOOD VERIFIED RESULTS. FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THIS, A PSYCHIC MEDIUM CAN TALK TO THE DEAD. ALTHOUGH I'M USUALLY PAID A FEE FOR THIS, I AM OFFERING FREE OF  CHARGE A READING TO SERIOUS PEOPLE ONLY IN THE USA WHO CURRENTLY HAVE UNACCOUNTED FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN HAITI. I CAN DO THIS OVER THE PHONE IN MOST CASES. YOU CAN REACH ME BY MY EMAIL leslies22@optonline.net   LEAVE YOUR NAME, PHONE NUMBER AND LOCATION AND I WILL TRY AND CONTACT AS MANY OF YOU AS I CAN. IF YOUR LOVED ONES ARE FOUND BEFORE I GET TO YOU, PLEASE EMAIL ME TO THIS FACT SO I DON'T WASTE TIME. THIS IS MY WAY OF HELPING. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL. I AM ALSO A EUCHRISTIC MINISTER IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND HAVE THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF MANY CATHOLIC PRIESTS AND PROTESTANT MINISTERS, THEY ALL SAY IT IS A GIFT FROM GOD SO DON'T BE AFRAID. AS JESUS TOLD US, OUR SOUL NEVER DIES.

January 15, 2010
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people are still trapped under carribean market,. some people recieved text messages from loved ones still trapper under there... so please, rescuers and reporters, please, please dont leave this site, and keep searching for survivors...please, you could still save some lives...

January 15, 2010
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La Hna. Marie Judith Fantaisy quien vive en Colombia quiere saber de su hermana Marie Lurdes Fantaisy, enfermera vive en Carrefour  Barrio Brochtt 93 y de Marie Lucie Fantaisy  y Marc Fantaisy vive en Mahotiers 75 en Puerto Principe. Por favor informen si tienen alguna informacion. a laly12hr@gmail.com o al telefono 1-787-898-3073

 

January 15, 2010
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As I am watching the news on CNN about the earthquake in haiti. I was thinking what exactly we can do to save more people. I know that they have a lot of effort making right now by plenty of country in the world to help those who's styl alive in haiti.

The most important things i imagine and see we can do right now to save more people is  open some other countries door hospital near to haiti now, like Cuba, santo-domingo, U.S.A, Venezuela, canada and other for a good treatment.Take those who really need help now from haiti to some where else pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. There is no guarantee in Haiti to save those who need help now. Like you can imagine a country like Haiti right now no water, food, electricity and communication tell me how you can save a life? It is not possible a person who needs an operation right now.

 

Think about that and please help them take them some where else pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

 

 

                                 Atchy!!!!!!!!

January 15, 2010
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SPECIAL FACEBOOK PAGE ESTABLISHED FOR POSTING INFORMATION REGARDING MISSING AND RESCUED STUDENTS FROM LYNN UNIVERSITY AND ANY OTHER COMPANIES, BUSINESSES, ORGANIZATIONS.

PLEASE GO TO FACEBOOK AND DO A SEARCH FOR HAITI EARTHQUAKE HOTEL MONTANA AND ALSO FOR HAITI EARTHQUAKE.

THERE ARE PHOTOS, UPDATES AND POSTS FROM EVERYONE WHO HAS A LOVED ONE, FAMILY, FRIENDS, ETC., THAT ARE STILL NOT ACCOUNTED FOR. THERE ARE MANY OF US WHO ARE UPDATING THE PAGES AS NEWS COMES IN. UPDATES ARE ALMOST IMMEDIATE.

JOIN US ON THESE PAGES....FACEBOOK IS FREE IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED.....

January 15, 2010
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I read one of the messages and was thinking the same thing about identification of haitians. Maybe it would be wise to take photos of each dead individual and puy numbers on the photo. Then bury the individual graves with photo/numbers so at a later people can come back and identify. Its so cruel that these people are receiving mass graves as if they do not mean anything. Please CNN give some information to the haitians about this idea. I would hate for people die and not be known. Its for the family sake.

January 15, 2010
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WHY CAN'T THEY AIRDROP SUPPLIES, PERSONNEL, MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT ETC. INTO FIELDS AROUND THE CITY TO HELP IN GETTING IT TO THE DISASTER QUICKER.  IF THIS WERE SOLDIERS IN TROUBLE THERE WOULD BE PLANES WITH ALL KINDS OF EQUIPMENT FLYING IN TO HELP.  IT SEEMS THIS IS TAKING WAY TO LONG!

January 15, 2010
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Hi,Just updating, I got in contact with my aunts, they are ok. One of them lives in Tabar with her husband and mother in law. The house collapse and they have been living in the streets, they are staying close to home but They are afraid to go back in the house. They said they don't have any food, they are still waiting to be rescued. Tabar is outside of Port-Au-Prince. Her Name is Chantal Dessources or Chantal Jeune, her husband is Reynold Jeune. I don't know the mother in law's name. Also my aunt who live in Carrefour with her daugter is alive, her name is Yvrose Dessources(cocotte) her daughter Miracula Dessources. I am still looking for Danton Simbert from Leogane. Any news please let me know. 631-918-3308 or email guestaanthony@yahoo.com

Thank You and God Bless.

January 15, 2010
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People are seeking refuge in the country side. I received word from my uncle in Jean Rabel, which is in the Northwest region of the country, that they have been taking care of the refugees, but there is a fear that the already little resources may run out. Maybe the Redcross or some other organization can help with supplies.

 

January 15, 2010
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Hi, we're looking for many of our family members who lives Carrefour, Leogane and Cite Soleil. There is Marlène Satune (Carrefour), Saint-Phis Petit (Léogane), Cébien Beauvais (Cité Soleil), Napo Petit (Delma or Carrefour), André Beauvais (Carrefour Wanné near Saint-Charles office) and all Petit family (Delma). We had news from our cousins Jean and André who used to live in Lamentin 52 (Carrefour in front of Veve hotel) which the house has been completly destroyed. If you have any any informations about these people, please contact (450) 962-3904 or (514) 728-0553.

 

January 15, 2010
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If any one has seen Crele Beliard in haiti around Petronville please contact me at this e-mail cloude1@live.com

January 15, 2010
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http://www.trilogy-international.com/home.php 

 

Check the Trilogy International Web Page for UPDATES on the VOILA Mobile Phone Network Service in Haiti.  Trilogy is the parent company for VOILA

Also you can check this Seattle times article referencing both Trilogy and Voila

 

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2010798245_quakemobile15.html

January 15, 2010
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I AM REALLY GETTING TIRED ABOUT THE WORLD NEWS LEADER AS CNN AND ANY OTHER AS WE ARE ONLY SEEING WHAT THE REPORTER AS ANDERSEN CROOPPER AND OTHER HAVE SEEN. I DON'T NEED A TV NEITHER TO PAY CONCAST FEE TO SEE ANDERSEN'S FACE TELLING ME WHAT "HE" HAS SEEN. I CAN HAVE THE SAME ON A RADIO. THIS IS RIDICULOUS AND INSULTING. WHY HAVING A TV? THIS IS A LOW END COVERAGE AND FOR SURE EUROPEAN INCLUDING RUSSIAN HAVE A BETTER COVEREAGE... SO PLEASE DONT COMMENT YOU ARE THE "WORLD NEWS LEADER"

January 15, 2010
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http://www.trilogy-international.com/home.php 

Check the Trilogy International Web Page for UPDATES on the VOILA Mobile Phone Network Service in Haiti.  Trilogy is the parent company for VOILA

Also you can check this Seattle times article referencing both Trilogy and Voila

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2010798245_quakemobile15.html

January 15, 2010
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As horrible as this sounds, if someone would take digital photos of the dead and post them for families, at least these families would know what happened to their loved ones.  Once they are buried in these mass graves, the families will not have closure. It is a horrible job, but if done respectively, it would help families.  This posting should not be open to just anyone, however.  Let's remember to be respectful.

January 15, 2010
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To whom it may concern,

My name is Mildred Milord I was born in Petit-Goave Haiti south of Port-Au-Prince

my niece rosalinda lee metayer is still in haiti she's a us citizens where she is in haiti have not get any help at all I was able to speak with her yesterday but unfortunately she said to me she's starving and thirsty she ask me to get help, right now they only main focus is in port au prince she want me to let everyone knows that the other part of haiti is screaming for help

I understand that the american are doing they best we are so grateful

January 15, 2010
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DO NOT leave the site of Caribbean Market. We are receiving text messages from people trapped under there. PLEASE help them! It's been days! Mess #(2) Please call CNN Haiti earthquake line 404 878 8477. tell them do not leave Carribean Market Site

January 15, 2010
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Soeur Sainte Therese in Riviere Froide need Help anything possible 234-2151 by the bridge in Riviere Froide Food and Water are the upmost urgency. 4 people is still alive under the rumbles.

January 15, 2010
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From Giliane B Help is needed at Sacred Heart Church (Sacré Cœur) at Babiole (Port-au-Prince), a meeting was held in the back of the church. We need help for these people stuck under

January 15, 2010
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thank you in advance does anyone know if  Impasse Eddy #69 in Carrefour Feuille survived the earthquake? We are very lost google world is not working properly for us. My uncle is missing and  we have not recieved any word. the house is 2 stories tall with a sub-basement. His name is Matias Mathel.

 

thanks again

January 15, 2010
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My name is Sophie and I'm 11 years of age Most of my family is in Haiti and everyone in my family  is so worried thank you CNN for the wonderful job you are doing 

January 15, 2010
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you; I feel you did such a wonderful thing for Jacqueline, in that you caused her to pray, and to turn to the only one who could have helped her in that situation. I feel that was your only purpose and it was well served; death was meant for her and there was nothing you could have done about it. It is wonderful to know that you helped her die in peace, as she began trusting in her faith, which brought her the peace and the braveness that you remember….I am writing to spread some information that was made known to me on facebook; it reads: Hey everyone. My friend’s sister and stepmom are stuck under the rubble of some buildings. She needs to get word to send help to dig them out. If anyone can reach anyone in Haiti to let them know, please spread the word. They are: 1. Adeline Porcena Thadal – stuck at Impasse Beauboeuf #10 2. Katia Juin – stuck in bon repos, route molleard, ruelle antoine #17

 

I hope you or anyone else is able to assist. Thanks THIS WAS POSTED TODAY AND ASKED TO BE PASSED ON..I HOPE IT CAN REACH THE CORRECT PEOPLE!

January 15, 2010
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God is so Good and at times I forget how Good.  My stepdad has just received news that most of his family is ok. They all have left Port au Prince. We have lost Michael Max Maximilien due to the earthquake & some of the kids were hurt during the collasped of the building but they are alive.

We are still waiting to hear from my mom family. My cousins Michel Registre,Daphne Registre,  Venge Registre, David Registre.

Address 81 Rue Corlies 85 Coifer Mahotiere.

Thank you for all your prayers please continue to keep praying. He is listening.

 

nancy cadet

848-207-7061

January 15, 2010
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I DON'T KNOW HOW TO START ...BUT I WANT TO SAY THANKS! TO CNN STAFF, SPECIALLY ANDERSON COOPER,CAMBELL BROWN ,IVAN WATSON, AND ALL THE DOCTORS THANK YOU FOR ALL THE GREAT WORK YOU HAVE BEEN DOING IN HAITI, YOUR ONE OF THE BEST AND I JUST WANT TO THANK YOU  FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART....I MEAN HOW DO YOU SAY THANK YOU TO PEOPLE WHO RISK THEIR LIVES TO MAKE SOMEONE ELSE'S IS SAFE?  I AM SO THANKFUL  FOR ALL YOU THAT GOOD THINGS YOU ALL BEEN DOING TO HELP US HAITIANS. I ALSO WANT TO SAY THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO GIVES  MONEY TO HELP OUT THOSE IN TRAGEDY TIME. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!

 

January 15, 2010
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and stepmom are stuck under the rubble of some buildings. She needs to get word to send help to dig them out. If anyone can reach anyone in Haiti to let them know, please spread the word. They are: 1. Adeline Porcena Thadal – stuck at Impasse Beauboeuf #10 2. Katia Juin – stuck in bon repos, route molleard, ruelle antoine #17

I hope you or anyone else is able to assist. Thanks THIS WAS POSTED TODAY AND

 

January 15, 2010
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Thank u for the help you've been giving Haiti so far.

Lots of people are calling us from Haiti La Plaine, Cazeau rentree grande Seminaire de cazeau by the post cazeau police station all the way inside. they're injured and dying of hunger, if the troops or aid that are in Haiti can go through there and help these people please. their phone #s are 34364558, 38228743, 36331605

 

Also Delmas 30 & 75 people are calling a lot saying they don't have any food and water. phone #s are 34178082, 39176559. Carrefour 34965724

 

PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO THE AIDS IN HAITI TO GO TO THESE DEEPER AREAS

January 15, 2010
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this message came direclty from Guy Gelin and Ginette Madhere, they are at carribean right now... they need help please! Please Please Please.... the rescuers left carribean market thinking that nobodys alive... Regine Madhere and 2 other people are still alive , civilians are the only one trying to help... but they need more help! Please Please Please! Please CNN send out the message !Please !Do not let them die!

 

January 15, 2010
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wg3

I think the US should empty qitmo now, and ship/fly the injured Hatians into that nearby facility that has medical resources, food, beds and social services.   

January 15, 2010
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I would love to be part of the search and rescue team...even medical assistance...I'm a certified medical assistant with 2 yrs experience. I can't just stay at home watching the devastation and not do nothing...if there's anyway that the government can help me to go there and help, please let me know. I'll leave right now...asap. My family is supoportive of me going to help others. God gave me life and a special purpose to...to help others.

 

January 15, 2010
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My family is missing in Haiti.  If anybody recognizes the following individuals, please call 718-551-4332:

 

Marie-Lucifie Elcius

Adelin Elcius & children

Guerline Elcius & children

Lena Elcius

Delens Elcius

Johanna Elcius

Denaud Elcius

 

Also, my father and brothers Exil'homme (Tichouc), Ericque, and Jean-Claude (Blanc)Charles

January 15, 2010
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I would like to see tent camps in open fields there are, setting up tents with cots(army cots) without the barbwiring! where the living people of Haiti can rest and get out of wandering amoung the deaths,you see children, babies, teeners, adults, seniors wandering amoung the deaths. And all they are talking is that they are out on the streets, where do you want them to be?pls somebody put up big tents for the people with cots, where you can tell them sit on your cots to receive water etc But treat them please with some dignity!Don't look for ratings but in really helping!

January 15, 2010
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do people understand that when we lose our autos it took us more the a years wager, and its our whole life. 2 cents to you dollar....

January 15, 2010
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I AM LOOKING FOR MY FRIEND'S MOTHER WHO IS MISSING. HER NAME IS MESTANE PIERRE WHO'S ABOUT 40 YEARS OLD. SHE IS CURRENTLY FROM LAGONAVE, HAITI BUT MOVED TO DELMAS WITH HER BROTHER AND MAYBE OTHER RELATIVES. I HAVE NO PHOTO OF HER BUT IF ANY ONE KNOWS HER BY NAME OR FACE, IT WILL TRULY BE A BLESSING. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONTACT US VIA EMAIL:dmg83186@yahoo.com OR PHONE:(407)927-3198. THANK YOU SO MUCH

January 15, 2010
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   My mother in-law lives in Tabarre right on the street accross The former president's house .Her house have been destroyed ,her and her family are on the street right now They are starving with no food and water .I was wondering if somebody knows how to pass the word so the aid workers  can distribute food over there for those people who lives in this same area. 

January 15, 2010
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Hello,

Hope everyone online is OK.  I want to clear up some miscommunications I have heard on CNN.  First, almost two thirds of the prisoners that escaped from the National Prison are political prisoners.  They have been there for up to 5 years and most of them have never received trials, much less hearings.  They were incarcerated on trumped up or nonexistant charges and, with the exception of this opportunity, would probably never again see the light of day.

Most were from Aristead's party.  They were arrested after the National Republican Party financed the coup in Haiti.  I know that is hard to believe, but Aristead was a populist and you know how we like to demonize people who want to use their countries resources for the good of their people, not sell them off to the highest bidder.

Also, there are no gun stores on the corner streets of Port au Prince, so the escapees are not going to be brandishing any weapons and going after people.  They are probably looking for their family members.

 

Secondly, I think it was irresponsible of CNN to suggest that the little children who are indentured to other families, are going to be grabbed off the streets and hustled away to some other country and sold even further into slavery.  Though the rajshavek situation is bad, in and of itself, it is, I think, irresponsible to paint a picture of opportunistic Haitians lurking around waiting to steal away with little kids.  Where in the heck are they going to go?  Who has a truck with which to move them?  Do they have better equipment than the UN, USAID, American military?  Imagine!

 

Third, an anchor by the name of Jack, quoted someone as claiming that Haitians always had poor leaders throughout their history.  This is absolutely false.  They had a general, who later became president of a unified Haiti, who conquered all of Hispaniola and pushed the Spanish and the British off the island and abolished slavery there.  Some years later, when it was clear that the French and the Spanish sides of the island were too different, the Haitians gave the Dominican Republic its independence.  These are signs of good leaders.

Also, President Petion, for whom the suburb of Port au Prince, Petionville, is named, supported Simon Bolivar with ships, weapons and planning in Bolivar's struggle for independence of the several South American countries from the Spanish.  We, the United States, didn't lift a hand to help his cause.

Also, Mr. Jack quoted the same fellow in saying that Haitian leaders sold themselves out by agreeing to pay France for national recognition.  I understand how someone would have that perspective today.  But, when Haiti gained its independence, it was immediately beset with an economic embargo by all of the developed nations at that time.  After all, the Haitians proved that slave could overthrow their colonial enslavers. What better way to destroy them if they could beat all of the armies you set against them.  Starve them out.  Do not recognize them politically and dont' allow them to do business in your ports, but send your ships to them and force prices on them that are far below market value.  Do not give them the same respect France gave the United States and Britian agreed to give the USA due to its treaty as the losing party.  No, the Haitians were immediately mistreated. 

So, when the time arrived, some 24 years later to be recognized fully by a world power and to have an ambassador in a foreign court, then the leadership took action.  That was in 1828. 

The United States did not recognize Haiti's sovereignty until 1862, when all of the southern states had revolted.  Before that, they used the ugly "N" word for these fine people. Check out some of the dialogue used in our Congress whenever the idea of recognizing these "monkeys" was initiated.

Want more of the dirty history of our treatment of Haiti?  Check out Fredrick Douglass' speach to the Chicago Worlds Fair around 1889.  He speaks of the President of Haiti named Hypolite.  This leader put down an insurrection, fueled by outside influences, ahem, that brought with it a complete denunciation of Hypolite.  So much so that they pictured him as a monkey in the mainline press.  They, the powers in the USA that be-at that time, mind you, spoke of him eating children and sacrificing people.  That would never happen today, except when you look at how Ambassador Ray Joseph characterized Aristead in his newspaper back in 2002 or thereabouts.  How do you think he got the Ambassador position?  He assisted the CIA in the demonization of the populist government of Haiti. Why, because, we don't like that kind of person?  No, we feet threatened by people who take care of their own, instead of selling out their people for the greatest profit of the "white cause".  By the way, I am a caucasion.

Another incident comes to mind.  In the fall of 2009, the prime minister of Haiti was replaced.  Why was she replaced?  She was replace because she championed the increase in minimum wage to $3.00 per hour.  Rather than sign this into law, Preval garnered enough votes to get rid of her.  I heard that she would have to go last June, when the change in minimum wage was begun.  There is an American, who was stationed in Port au Prince, named Ray, who was responsible for buying enough votes to get her removed. 

Remember how the whole issue of the wage increase disappeared after the announcement that she was stealing from the treasury?  She asked several times for an independent audit, but they never gave it to her.  they removed her under a complete ruse.  The UN knew it and so did the Security Council.  But we stood by and pretended.  Want to question leadership?  Try questioning our own Uncle Tom Obama.  Otherwise, why didn't he grant Haitians TPS after the four hurricanes that hit their country in 2008?  One hurricane, Mitch, is enough for a Hispanic population to recieve TPS for 20 years. Four is not emough for a black population to receive anything but pity.  So long as our puppets are in power, the show is on. 

 

Remeber when they announced that oil had been discovered off of Haiti, last year?  Well, if you seek out the information, you will find that it was discovered there initially around 1908.  However, since it was so close, the USA decided to leave it alone and buy it from abroad.  Then, suddenly, in 1915, we invaded Haiti, claiming it was to protect our business interests.  I wonder if the Haitians found someone else to help bring that oil up and put it on the market and we could not stand by and let these uppity "Ns" take care of themselves.  They were probably exerting a little too much moxy for their own good.

You see, I think that we undermined every strong leader they ever had.  I bet we haven't got the guts to make it right with them, either.  If we do, it will have to come from a groundswell of support from everyday citizens.  It certainly won't come from the egotistical maniacs that run our government.  Especially when half of them hold the same beliefs as Pat Robertson.

Anyway, there are so many more myths about Haiti that we really live in ignorance of her people and her culture.  I have been there 23 times since 2001.  i have been blessed to know some of the strongest and kindest people you would ever want to meet.  Some of them have perished in Port au Prince and in communities further south, like jacmel, which was totally destroyed, though we haven't even been there to check things out, yet.

Yes, and it is true that you see them grabbing at stuff and looting is going on.  Is that any worse than the mortgage crisis we had two years ago or the greedy hands that grab every dollar they can get on Wall Street?  I think it is one and the same emotionional source.  We live in fear of not having enough.  And, until we get that this world has an abundance of everything we need, though it must be managed properly, we will continue to marginalize each other.  Even if we already have plenty, we will manipulate, dominate and control our way for fear of that being done to us first.  Otherwise, why wouldn't we cooperate instead of compete?  Divide and be conquered is what the maxum should be.  We are too stupid to know that our division leads to the surrender of our personal and community freedoms. 

Anyway, back to Haiti.  This may be the best opportunity Haiti has ever had to break into the real mainstream.  But, will we be ready to receive her?  Will we get out of her way and will she be willing to shed the yoke of 200 years of being isolated politically and socially?  Well, that is up to you and your voice.  Tell your representatives and government officials it is time to lift Haiti up.  It is time for her ascendance.

Thanks for listening.  Please research all I have said.  You will find it is all accurate.

Thanks,

Patrick

January 15, 2010
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Wondering if anyone has started taking pictures of people being buried.  May help family members with closure later.

January 15, 2010
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I am Haitian and I would like for the authorities to let Haitians distribute the food to their people. They can understand each other;I believe that it would be done in a more organized fashion compared to previous attempts. It Is KILLING Me That MY People Are Hungry!!!!

January 15, 2010
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CNN please help me find my mother Marie "Laurette" Dorcely, an American citizen visiting her homeland of Haiti on vacation. She was scheduled to return to the U.S. on January 20th. We've been told that she is in Port-au-Prince near Reufaubert #9, she also owns a home in Jacquet Toto. I beg you please help bring this mother of one home. I just recently graduated from college and she's all I have. If anyone has any information regarding her whereabouts please call 646-373-3136 or 718-598-0253 or email jamoreplatinum@aol.com. Thank you.

January 15, 2010
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I think there are very serious issued with WFP and there distribution of these crackers for an entire month. I did a lot of searching online and found no ingredient list for these meal replacement cracks (and that is what they are). My biggest concern is allergic reactions. If these are all they are going to provide then we could have another epidemic on our hands.

January 15, 2010
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I bet a lot of you have heard of a very popular game for the Xbox 360, called Halo 3. Well, the company of the halo franchise (Bungie) has decided to help out haiti.

 

For every product you buy from the online store, they will donate all of the profits, 100% to haiti through Red Cross.

 

And if that wasn't enough, If you play halo, you can change your emblem to a red heart with a  white circle in the backround on wedensday and thursday. For every 1000 people with this emblem, Bungie will donate $100. They will do this up to a mazimum of $77,000!

 

That is one hell of a game company. Who said violent video games were bad?

January 15, 2010
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I am searching for anyone with information regarding the welfare of Suze Marie Michel (Jacquecena), mother of Hemie Rebeccah Jacquecena 6yrs. old, Sherkens Jacquecena 3yrs. old, of 17 Delmas. And Bernade Michel mother of Getander Methelus 12yrs. old, and Christie Michel 1yr. old of Cite Soleil.   If you have any information regarding these my family please call, Rosanie @202-375-1992, Lloy @202-271-3920 or Anika @202-486-4511        

January 15, 2010
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Hey I was the guy who posted about halo, if you need more info, go here.

 

http://www.bungie.net/news/content.aspx?type=topnews&link=BeAHero

January 15, 2010
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Please anyone.... If you have any information or updates about Mr. Isenia please contact his family in Curacao! Please anyone.... fam.isenia@hotmail.com.... we are desperate!.

 

Thank you!!

January 15, 2010
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i just wanted to get my words out there for my people...its the best i could do for now...

January 15, 2010
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I am looking for my uncle Eric Dabady. Live around Route Frere.

 

Link to pic

 

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-389080

 

I can be contacted at astro.21girl@yahoo.com

January 15, 2010
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Hello CNN and everyone,

 

I don't mean to be short but its necessary to get straight to the point. I am a Haitian American in the US. My family in the NY has been in contact with family members in Haiti. Apparently, there is a school called "La Source" on "Rue La Martiniere" that has many children in there and the building has collapsed. They were told by one of the children's parents who are family members that no help has yet come to search and aid the children and most likely teachers that are inside. Their daughter was in afterschool on Tuesday and has not been seen since They are in dire need of assistance. The school is across the street from "Sacre Coeur" church. PLEASE if anyone can get in contact with someone or rescue team in Haiti and make them aware of this situation. I implore you CNN and any other individuals who can assist to find a way to get this message out there.

God Bless everyone, cause no human being has not been affected by this tragedy.Hello CNN and everyone,

 

I don't mean to be short but its necessary to get straight to the point. I am a Haitian American in the US. My family in the NY has been in contact with family members in Haiti. Apparently, there is a school called "La Source" on "Rue La Martiniere" that has many children in there and the building has collapsed. They were told by one of the children's parents who are family members that no help has yet come to search and aid the children and most likely teachers that are inside. Their daughter was in afterschool on Tuesday and has not been seen since They are in dire need of assistance. The school is across the street from "Sacre Coeur" church. PLEASE if anyone can get in contact with someone or rescue team in Haiti and make them aware of this situation. I implore you CNN and any other individuals who can assist to find a way to get this message out there.

God Bless everyone

January 15, 2010
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PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE CNN..IF AT ALL POSSIBLE, STEP OUTSIDE OF PORT-AU-PRINCE, AND SEND SOME AID TO OTHER PARTS OF HAITI SUCH AS: LEOGANE!!! THERE ARE MANY MORE PEOPLE WHO ARE UNACCOUNTED FOR, THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!

January 15, 2010
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I located my uncle via cell phone last night.  Thank God they are alive.  I also spoke to him a few minutes ago and they informed me that they are at Park St.Pierre in Petion Ville. No aide or food has been delivered there.  They are very hungry and are begging for food. PLEASE SEND HELP.

January 15, 2010
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****URGENT ****URGENT**** RUBEN IMPERIAL A BESOIN DE SOINS MEDICAUX A L'HOPITAL OFATMA!!! SITUATION: 2 PIEDS CASSES!!!!! plzzzzzzzzz****FAITES CIRCULEZ RUBEN IMPERIAL NEEDS SERIOUS HELP**** HE'S AT OFATMA HOSPITAL*****CONDITION: 2 BROKEN LEGS ( POST THIS ON YOUR PAGE PEOPLE MAYBE SOMEONE IN HAITI CAN HELP)

January 15, 2010
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A WAY TO MAKE DRINKING WATER

 

Please forward this information. You can make a solar still. It is very easy.

 

you need - 1 or 2 plastic sheets, a cup/bowl/small container, and some larger basin to be the bottom (can simply be the 2nd plastic sheet lining a shallow wide hole in the dirt.

 

1. Place the cup in the center of the larger basin. You can put a stone in it so it doesn't float.

 

2. Fill the basin (NOT the CUP) with dirty water, urine, whatever non-drinkable water you can find. Make sure it does not get into the cup.

 

3. Completely cover with a plastic sheet so that the sheet is NOT touching the cup. It should be suspended above. Hold down the outside edges with rocks or heavy things.

 

4. In the very center, place a rock on the plastic above the cup. Make sure the plastic is still not touching the cup.

 

 

This is all you need. The sun will evaporate the dirty water and the clean drops will come to the center and drip into the cup.

 

TIP - check your construction before filling it the first time, make sure your basin will be deep enough that the plastic doesn't touch the cup.

 

ANYONE CAN DO THIS - MAKE MANY OF THEM, YOU WILL NEED ALOT OF WATER. WORK WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS.

 

CNN - see SAS guidebook or discovery channel survival programs for examples of this "device".

January 16, 2010
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Haiti needs us.  Let's make change with change.  Yesterday I saw a dime on the floor in a coffee shop in Long Island, this morning two pennies on the floor in another in Cumming Georgia.  I didn't even think it was worth enough to bend over and pick it up.  Tonight I see a pile on my dresser.  I suspect the change on our dressers, on our floors, in a grocery store parking lot exceed the GDP of Haiti.  In America we are so blessed, and people will die because we have left the change on our dressers.  Help us all to pick up the change and make change, and now.  Tomorrow my boys and I will go through each nook and cranny in our home.  It's worth it to bend over.  Salvation Army-like pots on ever corner.

January 16, 2010
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CNN please air this message. Please air this message because it very important that people know this. I was able to get in contact with some family members in Haiti. They live in Carrefour, Haiti, and they are all alive, but they have not received aide since the quake. There is no food, no water and no help. They are hungry and hurt and just lay in the streets in agony and despair. The aid is only being given in the capital and nowhere else because of blocked roads. If help does not arrive, more people will die. I hope this message gets across, and something is done.

January 16, 2010
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CNN how can I and my family help the people of Haiti? I would like to know where I can donate can goods, medical supplies, etc. Simple items that seems to be life or death for these people. Please post what we can do!

January 16, 2010
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from Greg lambert:S.O.S.-PLEASE,PLEASE PLEASE IF ANYBODY CAN GET IN TOUCH WITH THE RELEIF ORGANIZATIONSIN HAITI AND TELL THEM MARILOU ROY DESPERATELY NEEDS FOOD, WATER ANDMEDICINES. SHE HAS 110 VICTIMS AT HER HOUSE. PLEASE HURRY : NO. 50,ANGLE RUE MAGNY ET RUE VILLATE, PETION VILLE, IN FRONT OF MIGUE DEPOT.PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!

January 16, 2010
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I want to commend CNN, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Anderson Cooper for their integrity and courage in helping the 25 suffering victims in the abandoned tent hospital in Port au Prince. I am a retired R.N.;and I watched in dismay and horror as the medical team packed up, took most of their supplies and got on buses. My first question is: "Why were there NO verhicles to transport the patients, if buses can get through?!" Secondly, "Why are these people there in a devastating and dangerous situation, if they cannot handle it?" Thirdly, "How in the name of God and the oaths they took to become medical and nursing professionals, could they simply pack up and leave their patients?" Dr. Guptal should receive a Congressional Medal for his refusal to leave those people. His professionalism as a physician is an example for all in the medical profession. Those people, who left, made no attempt to bring their patients with them. They should be sent home. They have no idea what their profession is all about. I dont care if President Obama told me to leave,I would refuse. They were not under fire. No riot was occurring at their doorstep. I have seldom seen such callousness and malpractice!!! This kind of boondoggle must be stopped immediately, not tomorrow morning, not in 24 hr. but NOW! It seemed that Anderson Cooper and Dr. Gupta were left to handle the situation! As men of true compassion, I am sure they have done as much as possible. Whoever ordered and mismanaged the situation should be severely reprimanded; and sent back to whatever organization sent them. The  wrong people were picked to work in a disaster area. As an R.N. I was in a riot situation. I did not leave my patients. I was ordered to give a deep IM injection once to a hemophiliac patient. I refused. He would have hemorraghed into the muscle and could have suffered permanent damage to his hip.If you are told to do something that is patently wrong, do not do it. If you took an oath to take care of others, even at cost to yourself, keep the oath. At the least, do them no harm. Leaving post-op patients without care could lead to their deaths. I am appalled, angry and wish I could be there with Dr. Gupta assisting him in his acts of mercy.God bless him and watch over him.

January 16, 2010
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In these types of disasters, and most are, roads are often destroyed. In earthquakes, the first priority is to get the living out from under the rubble. Instead of fretting about not being able to get teams and equipment in around road debris, medic teams should be sent in by parachute with backpacks of saline,IV lines, morphine,and local anesthetic, dressings, small but strong hacksaws, collapsible digging tools, and antibiotics in syringes. The supplies would be limited but would help. The United Nations and the U.S. should train such teams and have them ready to go at a moment's notice. Disasters happen all the time. It isnt unusual.You cannot wait more than 48 hr. to rescue survivors. I have heard an enormous amount of excuses and fussing about organization. The response needs to be immediate. It can be parachuted in, if training is done.These relief organizations want order in place. At first, it will not be there. Teams need to be prepared to deal with that and act immediately and effectively to save lives. If you cant get in by vehicle (although CNN has!) then why cant rescue teams get in by foot? Evidently, the teams from Iceland have done just that. Also, when distributing food. the first thing that needs to be done is to establish discipline. A native speaker needs a bullhorn to set the parameters of the distribution. The crowd needs to be told that NO food or water will be distributed unless order is maintained. Then demand lines be formed. If there is no compliance, drive away. You can also tell the crowd they must sit down. That may help. If they refuse, drive away. You will,however, need to return later. Have more military or police presence at that time. If you see instigators, call them over and insist they help distribute food, or remove them, if possible. That, however, may cause more agitation. Enlisting their help works better in most cases. If you hear false rumors, use the bullhorn and the native speaker to quell them. If they suspect the food, eat it yourself in front of them. Keep reassuring the crowd, that they will get assistance and their orderly behavior will ensure that. These are not always foolproof recommendations, but I have seen them work. Try to separate out the women and children to a different area, before distributing the food. Put soldiers or police in that area to protect them, so they can be safely served; and stay with them until the crowd is dispersed.     

January 16, 2010

PLEASE CNN, please send some aid to the people of Leogane...They need a lot of HELP!!! I have been trying to get in touch with my family there wit success. I recently viewed some pics of the devastation that also touch Leogane but they haven't got any help yet...I'm looking for my brother PRESLER JOSEPH, my aunts and uncles the JOINVILLE family...Yvette, Ticote, Giya, Ti Blanc, Gerard Dorleans, Velino Joinville, if you have any information about any of these people please contact 407-567-9101 or wmyriam@hotmail.com skype myriamjoseph.  thanks again CNN

January 16, 2010
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Please forgive my tear-filled/ bleeding heart rant....

So stop reading now if you don't want to hear my cry for help for Haiti.............

 

My heart is breaking for the people of Haiti. Tons of  food & water sit on the airport tarmac as thousands outside the fence can see it. People on the brink of death and they can't get to the supplies to save their lives. Yet they haven't stampeded the fences. They wait, dying. They just pulled the UN doctors out of the tent hospitals because of security risks. CNN's Sanjay Gupta is the only person in a makeshift hospital with 100's of people near death. I understand that the Haitian people are desperate, and the "helpers" are fearful for their "safety". If it's so unsafe, how are all these reporters getting the information out..... safely?

(Note #1 to UN and all other troops: hire CNN's security or send people that care about others more than themselves).

(Note #2 Anderson Cooper's coverage is amazing as always, Larry King is sincere, and not combative)

But I absolutely believe that most of the people are patient & civilized. The longer the wait for people to save their own lives, the more desperate they will become. Are they waiting for most of the population to die in hopes that there will be less of a threat?

"Saving lives trumps security", "Just because people are poor doesn't mean they are dangerous"....Best Quotes of the day!!!!!!

I'm not asking for martyrs, but I am begging that these people get water, food, medical attention & hope..............NOW.

Thanks for reading, Debbie

 

January 16, 2010
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Haiti Earthquake Aftermath INSTRUMENTAL STORYTELLER http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3xdeR4-Fwg

January 16, 2010
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For God's sake these people need to be air lifted out of this hellish situation and brought to the United States and administered treatment! We can set up a facebook page for every victim and set up some method to keep track of who they are, where their relatives are, whatever information is needed, but these people need to be brought here instead of sending Xray machines and bottles of water there! We have enough commercial airliners, military aircraft, to get these people out of there, transported here and treated. 

January 16, 2010
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In the frustration of my previous post I should have said (in addition to) sending aid and supplies to Haiti these injured and suffering people need to be brought here for the medical treatment they need and deserve as fellow human beings. 

January 16, 2010
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I agrees completely with what GOTDIRT said about FEMA.

What will happen to the families that have no where to go? I know Flint Michigan doesn't have much , if anything to offer anyone right now. But, the one thing we do have here is housing, empty housing. My mother has apartment on the second floor of her house and I know she'd be more than willing to open it up to a Haitian family in need, free of charge. As would alot of other people here . Just a thought

January 16, 2010
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My name is Abdoul Aziz barry from guinea-conakry i live in Krakow-Poland,Thank you CNN i cant stop thanking you because for the wonderful jobs you are doing for the people of Haiti God" will bless you and protect you all especially DR.Sanjay Gupta and all the other reporters.

 

January 16, 2010
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Is it true that Jn Claude Duvalier will donate 8 million dollars to Haiti as he put on his facebook page?

January 16, 2010
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I have been glued to CNN since the earthquake in Haiti. I feel that the aid can be best distributed if all able body men are gathered together and allowed to distribute the aid to the women and children. There is a lot of energy that needs to be focused,especially the incident that I saw with the reporter that was stormed by those trying to get aid from the UN truck.  The same men that told the people that the food was no good need to be a part of getting the food out, clearing those roads, and helping to get the remains to a central location. Those able body men will be a force to be reckoned with if they are not used for rescue, recovery, and distribution of aid.  Night time is the enemy of this disaster.

January 16, 2010
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could you please try to get information any! from Carrefour is a small town 40 min from Port au Prince, all my family is in there i haven't been able to get in contact with them. I am so sad please CNN try to get to Carrefour.

January 16, 2010
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Mass Burial! I know it had to be done for health reason, to protect those alive. If there is a way, and I may be asking for much under this terrible circumstances, for pictures to be taken prior to burying someone. This would provide some sort of closure for those who will never stop looking for their loved ones. I wish a site was dedicated to those who have lost their lives and not claimed in time for a proper burial.

 

Hope is strong, but courage to look ahead will be an important factor for the future of the survivors. Not having the chance to say a last good bye is hard enough, not knowing the whereabouts of your loved ones, a place to pay your last respect is truly unbearable. To those, I pray that God gives you strength! God bless you ALL!

January 16, 2010
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All of us are very touched by this tragedy. The reports and images are very grim. But, while I don't want to stray into Rush or Pat territory, I think we need to also understand this - the population of Haiti (July 2007) is just under 9 million people. The 'text for 10 bucks' has raised well over 10 million, the U.S. Gov has pledged 100 mill, and corporations about the same. We are at or approaching financial commitments of 20 million dollars for every man, women and child in Haiti. Yes, a pledge of even two dollars mean very little when you haven't had clean drinking water in the past three days, but at 20 million per person I have to ask - just how much money does it take to actually improve the situation of a country and it's people? And understand this is beyond the hundreds of millions spent there over the past 10 years. Why was the concrete so inferior? Why did the same quake level that hit the Bay Area, a densely populated region, in 1989 only kill 62 people, while this has killed 50-100,000? I don't want to hear it's because concrete is expensive. Billions of dollars of foreign aid has poured into Haiti. I can only assume that an additional 20 million dollars per person will do something.

January 16, 2010
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If anyone know anything about the Champagne family in Delma #32,Port-au-Prince, Haiti Please contact us at 305-914-4274

January 16, 2010
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Is Greyday serious? 20 million dollars per person! let me put this in numbers for you. It will make more sense.. for 9 million individuals the total will need to be $180,000,000,000,000 that is 180 Trillion..we will not get close to that number, We don't need that kind of money..Do you suggest that those who are willing to give stop?

 

By helping the red cross or any other organizations, one would prevent them from allocating funds for other mission around the world to goto Haiti. One will put these organization in a position to respond for months to come, if not years..This is not about how much you give and how much have been received so far. It is about a gesture to a nation in need. Have a heart and if you can't and don't want to give anything, then your silence will be considered as such. PLEASE do not discourage someone with some level of compassion and a heart..PLEASE, WE (haitians) are asking you...

January 16, 2010
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Toll free # to call your loved ones in Haiti for free:  1800-809-2503. 

 

Just follow the instructions given.  It is provided by vonage.

January 16, 2010
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            • URGENT PLEASE PASS THIS INFO TO YOUR STAFF IN HAITI *******

 

I just got a phone call from Haiti and there are spots where since tuesday the survivors has absolutely no food or water. Location in port-au-prince: rue oswald durand psychiatric center.

 

Please pass this info to anyone in haiti who can somehow send water/food...all they will die soon

 

 

Antoine 917-435-4079

January 16, 2010
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My brother needs to get out of Fond Jean-Noel (near to Jacmel).  He and his mission group are unharmed but need a way out of Jacmel.  How is the US getting its citizens out of this area which has no access to Port-Au-Prince?  Canadians are being evacuated by their government; what is our government doing?

January 16, 2010
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Very well said @ wmaingret.

January 16, 2010
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Every vision I see on TV people have bottled water and food. I am not understanding why all the food an water is still at the airports. Why are they not unlocking and air lifting these freight containers to stricken areas? The Haitian people are very compassionate and sharing, community oriented people and the with holding of vital food and water would bring out the animal instincts in all of us. I do understand that the containers will be quickly emptied but that is what is expect. After a couple of containers are emptied then the people would be more complaint to the service providers. I also understand the UN, World Food Program, Red Cross and all the other services that are there want their PR but who cares about their PR we are the ones that are providing all the money for them to be there and all we want are for these desperate people to get what we are funding.

January 16, 2010
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I have been watching CNN coverage on the Haiti Earthquake. And the pictures coming out of there are heart breaking!  So many people are looking for love ones, in Haiti and across the world.  Since CNN titles itself as the world leader in news...then CNN PLEASE JUST SPEND AN HOUR OR SO DEDICATED TO LETTING THE PEOPLE TELL THIER LOVED ONES THEY ARE ALIVE. I've been watching your coverage for hours now and you seem to replay footage.  I suggest instead of replaying footage just let the people on the ground interview the people of Haiti who want to tell their family around the world 'THEY ARE ALIVE'. (Just my thoughts, but this smaill jester can help change this grime stituation for many around the world.)

January 16, 2010
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Please please can someone send someone to go help my 2 children under the house they are still alive at 4813 Ruelle Chretien Lalu et Poupla Haiti.They are all I have left please find anyone that can go get them out for me.

Thank You God Bless!

January 16, 2010
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Hi! my name is virginie saintil I just recieved a post from a friend on facebook saying that they are receiving text messages form people that are alive and still stuck under debris,at those places moulin rouge d'haiti,unibank in boudon,carrefour, leogane, jacmel.Please I beg send help for them.

January 16, 2010
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UPDATE>>> PASS This on<><>

 

If one can be sure that your family's cell phone is working in Haiti, there is another way to reach out.... ***I do not work for Nopin and do not have any link with the company, except that I have used them. They can add minutes to VOILA's cell phones with numbers starting with 9 and or 4 (with a 3 in front of these two numbers,  so cell # which begin with  3-9 or 3-4). I encourage you to add $5 so you will not lose much if that is impossible but if you are sure that their cells are working, the limit is yours, of course. This will facilitate them in reaching out to local people and to even call you in the US. That is how I have been able to maintain direct contact with my Dad. He can call when he needs to hear us and vice-a-versa. We can only do so much, but you will be surprised how a simple hello or koman ou ye? (how are you?) will be satisfying. It will keep them connected. It gives them the confort to know that you are just a phone call away.

 

I believe one can add minutes at western union as well or call them at:

800 503-8622 or 347 923-3828.

 

January 16, 2010
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S.O.S. to Nazon please. Family MONDESIR...my mom, 2 brothers, grandmother, uncle are @ Ruelle Nazon, Rue Rouzier et Carver # 2bis. A house had collapsed in their backyard, no water and little food. Please, CNN check on them I'm begging. I'm 26 wks pregnant in NY and my doctor don't want me to travel. I am a CNA who would love to help but can't. My name is Cassandra. Thank you CNN espcially A. Cooper who's doing a great job there. GOD bless you Cooper.

January 16, 2010
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Please advise the authority that some area like Petion-ville, Meyotte, Peguy-Ville, Delmas, Girardo,Leogane, Jacmel and so on... they need help, they are starving .Please help me spread the news and be their voice so help can be dispatch or do whatever they can to reach those people in need. Food, help , Doctors did not reach them y...et. Apparently help, Food ,Doctors stay only in Port-Au-Prince. Thanks CNN for your help.See More

 

January 16, 2010
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I'm trying to help a friend locate Benyto Paul if you have any information please respond. Contact Charlie Nichols (502) 708-1099 friend od Rony paul

January 16, 2010
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I hpe everyone who have friends and families in Haiti finds there families whether they are dead or alive.  And I must commecd the staf of CNN for their tremendous work and a special thank you to Dr Sanjay Gupta for staying with the sick Haitians last nite he was more than a blessing. We will continue to pray for the haitians.  God Bless

January 16, 2010
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The question was why All the frustrations? The reasons behind all the frustrations from the survivors are the lack of help distributions among the people, the dogs and equipments etcetera are being used only in areas where suspected American citizens or U.N Officials could be.  What I was told is that all the international help are focused on those two groups of peoples. some political personnel. As far as the people "Haitian" go's the lucky ones get found by accident while digging for others, most of them are found by friends and family members. The help need to be divided to serve the non American citizens also with great respect to all the man & woman putting their heads together to help put this nightmare to rest. The 11 years-old girl could have made it, even if they had to amputate her leg.

January 16, 2010
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There is an orphanage called Foyer de Sion at Fontamara 43 in southwest PAP-they have run out of food and water. There are over 100 children there. Please get word to someone who can help them.

January 16, 2010
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PLEASE CAN SOMEONE AT CNN MAKE IT KNOWN TO THE RELIEF PARTIES THAT A SECTION OF PORT-AU-PRINCE CALLED DELMAS IN PETION VILLE NEED FOOD AND WATER, I WAS ABLE TO REACH A FRIEND WHO'S NOW HOMELESS AND TOLD ME PEOPLE ARE STARTING TO DIE AROUND HIM IN THE STREETS, HELP HAS NOT ARRIVED TO PETION VILLE....CNN PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG.....THANK YOU

January 16, 2010
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I work with an organization that is providing disaster releif for the people of Haiti and rescuing the US citizens (missionaries among them). We need pilots with planes to help take supplies and shuttle people off the island. We have people all over hte US and Bahamas that are helping in every way.

Please help if you can serve in any way please call or email, FB, or make a monetary donation:

 

methodisthabitat.org or call Abe McIntyre @ phone #931-230-7771

 

mosthighministries.com

 

hopetohaiti.com

January 16, 2010
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why doesn't CNN setup a video team in each major city and instead of filming Anderson Cooper or more bodies, let the people with relatives outside Haiti film a brief message to their relatives and upload to u-tube or this site.

January 16, 2010
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I understand that Port-au-Prince is where everything started; however the towns located south-west of P-au-prince along the south border, are all affected. I am speaking specially about LEOGANE 45 minutes of the capital is totally devastated according to a cousin of mine who finally made contact last night. All the houses, the church, hospital etc are all flatten. The people are either sleeping in the street or in the auditorium of the Lycee (school)

January 16, 2010
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Can CNN helicopters take a quick tour of Leogane and assess the situation there please. We will really appreciate that.

January 16, 2010
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My friend Delva is there in Haiti I dont know where exactly he doesn't know where he is ,but he was hurt . He says he hasn't eaten anything ,and you know what's funny he is worried about me when he's the one that needs help.He a great person he's concerned for me when it's him in a bad way . I dont know how to help him or what to tell him.His family is missing he has no idea on how to try to find them.If your part of his family please call his cellphone to let him know you're ok please!Or you can call me @ (386)2440251.

January 16, 2010
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usa seens to me from TV, as a joke in helping haiti....120 hours and just leaving baltimore...joke

January 16, 2010
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I have a lady on Face book who is donating a 5000 gallon water tank with filtration, any idea who I can relay the info too???

January 16, 2010
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I just receive a massege at the facebook that say it is a men alive in the caribean supermarket at POrt of Prince, please send someone to there to tray to help this men, the info it is    Caribbean Market 95 Berma Street Port au Prince, the name it is Adolfo Prato.

 

 

January 16, 2010
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About a half hour ago on cnn they talked about a little girl that needs urgent medical care and we maybe sending her to Florida for medical care,  but we may not let her in the country because she is not a US citizen.

Why can't they helicopter her to either the aircraft carrier or the medical ship that is going to Haiti, that way she will not physically be in the country.

The same goes for the other people in urgent need.

 

January 16, 2010
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adolfo prato send a message from bb message is trapped in delmas 95 beneath the extructure of the market in port au prince, please is someone have a rescue group near by , will dbe good to find out.

January 16, 2010
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SoniaK, I am going to repost your post on face book, I am forwarding ALL addresses of possible victims and missing family members to a Ham radio operator who is forwarding to the Emergency Response team in Haiti..

January 16, 2010
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If all the medical supplies,doctors, nurses,surgeons are at the airport why not set up an emergency hospital in front or inside the airport.Instead of filling a truck with dead people fill it up with survivors in need of medical bring the people to  the supplies instead of waiting to get the supplies out to them.By then they will all die.It's not rocket science im only a junior in high school who is 15 years old  and figured that out.And whatever you do do not put a haitien in charge of MY country,history speaks for itself.

January 16, 2010
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S.O.S., S.O.S., S.O.S., S.O.S.,S.O.S. I just found out from my husband's cousin living in Haiti. The suburb of Carrefourhas not gotten any help.THey are located at the CENTRE SPORTIF OF CARREFOUR in Waney.They are sitting there in the Sun and just praying and waiting for help to arrive.They are a lot of kids waiting for hep and food...PLease..Please...forward this on Facebook....Twitter....or any sites that will show this message.They are crying litteraaly for help. No officials whether haitians or Americans have yet to come to their rescue.Please drop off at least water form helicopters to help these suffering people...Please, Please, Please,Please RUSH...... Oh Lord save us all!!!!!!!

January 16, 2010
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I feel that all the troops that are sent down there should really spread out. Don't just stay on one location to feed and give because than half of the population that are trapped in other neighborhoods won't be able to find anything to eat or drink. Also, there if there isn't enough space for safe landing of the planes and helicopters so if it is possible building a new airport in a safe place that's not close to the mountain to get more troops spread out to help feed the people. Also, i strongly believe is the US was too take over Haiti and make it theirs like Puerto Rico, Haitians would have more help and stability.

January 16, 2010
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Hello,I'm looking for my dad  his  name is Claudomi Claudius. He lives in Site Militaire Rue Plasida Port Au Prince. My sistes and my brothers they are live in Jacmel Port Au Prince Haiti.If you have any information about these people please contact at my e-mail addres mjacques0520@yahoo.com thank you.

from Chounette.And if you do see my please let him know i'm looking for him.

January 16, 2010
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I have since posting my comment talked to delva again he tells me he has heard from his mother and his family is ok.He still hasn't been treated but he has had water.I feel so relieved to know that they are ok I'm thanking God for their safety.

I must agree with what one person has said about bringing them here to get treatment here in the U.S. I feel we can do more.Me myself dont have money to give but i would like to do more than I am right now.I have no idea what I can do if I can help my friend and his family by opening my house to them they are more than welcome to come here with us.I dont have alot but dear God I'm willing to do that to share what i have with as many as I can.

God help us all in this time of need.

I hope someone who can will do something like think about what I have said.Also for those reporters who are there seeing this there is so much more you can do, like for the reporter whose also a surgeon he is helping by trying to treat as many as he can instead of trying to just get the story.I realize the chaos they face this doctor is giving 100% of himself to help these people in their time of need.

We all need help at some point in our lives so put yourself in these peoples shoes what would you want the next person to do for you if it was you?

I have sat here watching CNN since learning of this horrible tragedy hoping to get a glimpse of my friend but nothing.Until yesterday when he found a way to call me thank God he did cause I have cried myself to sleep worrying about all the people there.Dr.Guptal you're an angel for what your doing thank God for you the people of Haiti are lucky to have you and all the others who are putting themselves in the heart of the situation.

      Thank You all who are helping these poor people there.

  

January 16, 2010
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Hello, I just saw Elizabeth Cohen's report about medical supplies being scarce and she said that about 100 people or so are in inmediate need of being operated.  She mentioned the case of a baby being flown to Miami...Please spread the word that there are hospitals in the border with Dominican Republic...although in need of supplies too, there are located closer to Haiti and the victims have a higher chance to survive a flight to Miami...besides they can be transported to the Capitol City in case they are in extreme danger...SD is closer than Miami...consider this possibility

January 16, 2010
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I'm very devastated to hear what's going on in my country. My heart goes out to all my Haitian people. Tears role down my eyes whenever I turn on the TV to watch the news. I'm a born Haitian American citizen and I was just in Haiti last year in Novenmber.

 

I appreciate all the help and effort that's coming from everyone around the world. The way I see things in Port-au-Prince Haiti, I think the capital should just be moved to another location. Let's not forget that Haiti has other areas where the people can go to as far as other schools, clinics, hostpitals, etc. There are other areas the people can go to for shelter instead of staying in the streets. Its just a matter of transportation. They may not be the top of the line hospitals but I think that can work instead of the people sitting there. Haiti is a beautiful country. We just need structure and leadership.

 

I keep asking myself, what have we done God, what have we done! We are good hard working people. There's so much aid out there and we really need it. I always believe that where there's a will, there's a way. I apologize to everyone who is trying to help us to forgive us for any rudeness or violence we may cause in the process of this disaster.

 

The people are sick, hurt and wounded. There are so many children in need of help. I can't eat, sleep or think straight because of this strategy. If anyone is reading this, please don't stop the aide. Anything you give or do can help my Haitian people. I keep asking the lord to send the holy spirit in everyone's heart around the world to help our people. As I type this, my eyes cannot stop tearing. Bill/Hilary Clinton, and everyone else, God will never forsake you. I wish I could thank you personally for what you all have done. Oh, God hear our prayers, please hear our prayers, forgive us for all our sins, we cannot take this anymore. God please clear our sky, our minds, and our hearts. 

 

 

January 16, 2010

My sister talked to my mom in Haiti. She said that her house is still shaking and there are a lot of people who are trapped. Please send help in Delmas 33, rue Saint Patrick. Those people need water and food it's been 5 days without help.  Please help my family. I have my mom, her name is Madame Arnold Pierre, my niece and nephews, they are americans. her name is Janite, she's 6 year old and  twin boys of 3 years old, my brother,Yvens my sister, Christelle and my dad Arnold Pierre. Please help them. I called the 718-469-8511 it's a rescue phone numbers to call for help, but it is busy.

Thank you

Rachelle Pierre

 

January 16, 2010
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my niece Kartiucia from Ruelle Nazon. she is about 28 she has a child.

My brother Louis Lahens: 213 Rue de l'Enterrement a l'interieure his wife and children.

 

My brother Fritz Gerald Destin is found good.

 

 

 

 

January 16, 2010
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The US Military can deploy all over the world within 96 hours with personnel and equipment. Send a Sustainment Brigade over there and get this relief rolling. Haiti is in our backyard we can do better!! There are natural disaters all over the world, year after year and it's always an logistical nightmare. We should have a better system by now.

January 16, 2010
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I saw on the news runner at the bottom of the screen on CNN  that the USS Vinson has 51 hospital beds , 3 operating rooms and 19 helicopters. Why can't the injured who have internal bleeding, spinal injuries,need amputations,etc. be airlifted to this ship and be treated? After treatment they could be moved to the hospital or the Navy's hospital ship when it arrives. Thank you CNN for your excellent coverage and God bless and keep the people of Haiti and all of the military and rescue people who are doing the things that we wish we could.

January 16, 2010
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Thank u very much CNN. I would like to let you know that you guys are incredible however, there are other regions that have been badly affected and they have not been mention yet. For example: BON REPOS, CROIX-DES-BOUQUET, CARREFOUR, LEOGANE, JACMEL. Please, if there is anyway you can get some news from those places; we would appreciate it. Thank you for your good work.

January 16, 2010
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Hi my name is Nicolson I'm in Boston,can you please help me find one of my family member his name is Ilere Baptiste he was teaching at the school coeurs unis, ave magloire amboise and he still missing, they told us they came to get 12 peoples alive on Wednesday  8 of them was able to talk and 4 of them wasn't able to talk but they don't know where they take,my mom told me they never sent help since then and there is still people alive in that place i know the job is hard and you guys are doing your best thank you, but please please can you send some help over there to help those people that still have a chance to live, thank you

January 16, 2010
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January 16, 2010
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Thank You very much CNN. I would like to report that there are 60 people or more trapped under a school in Carrefour, Feuil the school is called Saint Gerard School. I was informed this by a family member in Croix-DES-BOUQUET. He received this message by a text from someone who is actually trapped under there. Please report this to the people who are rescuing haitian people from trapped buildings. If there is anyway you guys can get news on that i would really appreciated it.

Thank You for helping Haiti.

January 16, 2010
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I was on the phone with one of my relatives and he asked to call for help cause people in Carrefour are desparate and cannot find anything to eat.

 

Please every personal of CNN, put my word out there and help the people.

 

Lahens

January 16, 2010
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Posting from our FB page: AYITI DEPLOGE SHOW from Aurelie Fievre: Dr. Steve Smith set up a first aid clinic at Delmas 41, Rue Euclide # 2 anytHing can help, local hospitals are full and some people will die because they will not get primary care. his # are 50935883411, 50934540848, 50937104867. He's running out of medical supplies, call him for a list of what he needs. Please pass around.

 

Sign up on FB to AYITI DEPLOGE Show also connect with our Haitian community from all over. I will continue to post information that may be helpful in bringing aid to those in desperate need near Petionville and the top of Delmas.

 

Please Keep Praying - there is movement in numbers!

God Bless!

January 16, 2010
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PLEASE CNN FIND A WAY TO GET FOOD AND WATER TO THE PEOPLE OF PETITE PLACE CAZEAU DELMAS 33. THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WITHOUT FOOD AND WATER AND THEY NEED HELP. PLEASE CNN FIND A WAY TO HELP THEM.

January 16, 2010
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ADOLFO PRATO!! STUCK AT CARRIBEAN MARKET, BY THE FREEZER. IT IS CONFIRMED THAT HE IS ALIVE. HE SENT A TEXT MESSAGE. HE IS ALIVE, AND HURT.PLEASE HELP RESCUE ADOLFO PRATO!! STUCK AT CARRIBEAN MARKET. ADOLFO PRATO!! STUCK AT CARRIBEAN MARKET, BY THE FREEZER. IT IS CONFIRMED THAT HE IS ALIVE. HE SENT A TEXT MESSAGE. HE IS ALIVE, AND HURT. By:Melissah Prato

 

Post from Ayiti Deploge Show / FB page.

January 16, 2010
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Dr Nicole Belizaire if you guys need a doctor...34037292..39082755!!!

It was sent by Carel Pedre

January 16, 2010
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latoya jones toya5113@gmail.com

 

looking for her mom: Elanne Brunal from PetionVille. If you have any information please email latoya directly.

 

Thank You Sincerely

January 16, 2010
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I agree with the post below why can't a photo gallery/database of all coverage be created so people can browse the database and check it with people they see in the photos.  With thousands looking it might get some families info about loved ones.

     

scutty05

 

PLEASE CNN STAFF DIRECT THE AUTHORITES TO START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO TAKE PICS OF THE DEAD AND THE LIVING AND PUBILICLY DISPLAY THIER FACES FOR PROPER IDENT IFCATION I AM SENDING THIS TO FROM pHILADELPHIA, PA BUT OTHER COMMUNITIES IN NY, NJ,CT,MA,AND FLORIDA WANT THIS SERVICE FROM YOU THIS CAN REALLY HELP AND WE ANT TO SUPPLY HELP FOR I DENTIFIYING OUR LOVED ONES

 

January 16, 2010
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I think they should have different checkpoints in the united states where emediate family members who know exactly where there family is in haiti can gather at these ports and get free flight to haiti to help search for there loved ones and when and if they find them dead or alive can go back to the ports in haiti and bring them home free. If my daughter or son was over in haiti and they were missing I want to get on the first flight there and I would not sleep until I found them.

January 16, 2010
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Please I am searching for Erius Bellande from Petionville he is a pastor and school director there in a Four Corners church. Please if you hear from people from Petionville please ask about him.

Also, I am trying to get to Haiti by the end of the week. I am a RN with much International Field/triage experience and have worked thru other disaters such as when Gonaives, Haiti flooded 3 years ago. If there are medics that can use my services please contact me

scouttroop1074@yahoo.com

January 16, 2010
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IF THERE ARE ANY PILOTS WITH PLANES TO HELP FLY SUPPLIES TO HAITI

 

PLEASE CONTACT BAHAMAS METHODIST HABITAT BY EMAIL or 931-230-7771

 

WE NEED FUEL DONATIONS TO GET THE PLANES UP AND PILOTS THAT HAVE PLANES TO FLY BACK AND FORTH TO SHUTTLE PEOPLE TO INAGUA FROM HAITI!

 

www.methodisthabitat.org

www.hopetohaiti.com

 

FOR MORE INFO!

 

GOD BLESS AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!

 

 

 

January 16, 2010
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S.O.B's - THURSDAY 1/21 NYC: AYITI DEPLOGE Healing Haiti through Music:

Haitian Music artist such as Gazzman (from Nu Look), Haitian V (comedian), Nia (from Zen) as well as many Haitian leaders in the American music industry are coming together to raise funds for Haiti.

 

This is one of the first charity fundraiser events being held in NYC to help our Haitian families and friends.. This is a music event that was already scheduled that has been turned into a fundraising event in light of this catastrophic tragedy.

 

For more information and background on what Ayiti Deploge is about please log onto ayitideploge.com or youtube/ayitideploge or Ayiti Deploge Show on Face Book.

Carel Padre is part of the Ayiti Deploge founding family and is the Host of this how when its in Haiti.

 

Please come out to event if you can. This is a movement to help give back to Haiti and will be shown in Haiti on TRIPP TV and TNH.

 

Pass this on as this event is going unnoticed.

 

God Bless and Keep Praying For Our Haiti!

We will emerge stronger than ever as resilience resides deep in the roots of our souls.

 

 

January 16, 2010
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CNN - PLS SEND THE MESSAGE TO SET UP CALL STATIONS SO THAT PEOPLE CAN CONTACT THEIR FAMILIES AND LET THEM KNOW THEY ARE OK. IT CAN BE A LIMITED TIMED CALL BUT AT LEAST THEY CAN CALL QUICKLY AND SAY I AM OK _ I WILL CALL AGAIN AND KEEP IN TOUCH _ JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW I AM ALIVE!

 

1 MINUTE!

THATS ALL IT TAKES!

 

PLEASE SET UP CALL STATIONS ALONG WITH FOOD AND WATER STATIONS. AS THEY MOVE FROM ONE LINE TO THE OTHER THEY CAN DO IT IN AN ORGANIZED WAY.

 

IT WOULD HELP SO MANY HERE IN NY JUS TO GET SOME SORT OF MESSAGE.

 

SO MANY ARE ALIVE BUT HAVE NO WAY TO CALL.

MY COUSIN HAS BEEN LETTING PPL USE HIS PHONE OR LAP TOP IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD TO POST ON FB OR SKYPE.

 

WHY CANT THE HELPERS DO THE SAME.

 

THIS IS A REQUEST DIRECTLY FROM THE SURVIVORS OF PAP.

 

I HOPE CNN READS THESE BLOGS

BLESSINGS

January 16, 2010
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CNN needs to help Jamie and Ali, the two ladies from PA with the orphanages.  You reported they had a flight to PA with 150 of the orphans...this IS NOT true.  They still have not gotten permission to leave.  As of this afternoon, 1/16, they have run out of water!!!!  These babies and children need our help!!  PLEASE, PLEASE send then supplies and let them come to the US!!!!!

January 16, 2010
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CNN please help. I have heard about 2 month old baby patricia.  The story as well as many others have touched my heart.  I am sending out this message to anyone that can guide me to help this child.  I am willing to open my home to her as long as she may need it.  I am a canadian and here is where i can be reached (450)662-9572 or (514)293-1384 Sonia Ricketts

Sonia Ricketts

January 16, 2010
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PLEASE SEND A RESCUE TEAM TO RUE SAINT-GERARD TO SAVE A ABOUT 11 PEOPLE IN A HOUSE. MOST OF THEM ARE STILL ALIVE. THE FATHER IS STILL TALKING WITH CONCRETE CEMENT ON HIS LEGS FOR 4 DAYS NOW. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!!!!!!

Carlo Lochard, the ex-Police Chief of Port-au-Price is still alive stuck under the rubble with his children and his entire family (his wife, his mom, his sister-in-law, nieces and nephew) Alert a rescue team to go to Rue Saint-Gerard, Carrefour-Feuilles

January 16, 2010
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PEOPLE IN LEOGANE HAITI NEEDS HELP. MOST OF THEM ARE IN STADIUM. THEY NEED FOOD AND WATER. PLEASE THEY'RE A LOT OF INJURED AND DEAD PEOPLE OUT THERE. HELP BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.

January 16, 2010
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THANK GOD FOR SENDING ANGELS LIKE YOU GUYS TO HELP HAITI... HAITIAN LIKE MYSELF & SO MANY ORDERS WANTS TO  HELP, BUT ELAS WE SIT IN HELPLESSNESS- PRAYING TO GOD FOR I KNOW HE WILL NEVER FORSAKE US. HE IS ALWAYS THERE..  MY PRAYER GOES FOR THE VICTIMS & ALL THE FAMILIES., MY BROTHER'S NAME IS MARTINO SOREL. HE LIVES IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF PORT-AU-PRINCE, LAPLAINE- I PLEAD FOR THE CREW TO GO THERE AND RESCUE THOSE THAT HAVE SURVIVED BUT HAVE NO HOME & NO FOOD. SURELY THEY WILL DIE SOON ALSO IF NOTHING IS DONE. MY BROTHER MARTINO & SO MANY OTHERS HAVE BEEN WITHOUT FOOD SINCE THAT FATAL DAY.. PLS HELP. I NORMALLY SEND MONEY THROUGH WESTERN UNION OR CAM. IS THERE ANY OF THESE ORGANIZATIONS STILL STANDING? IS THERE ALSO ANY STORES SELLING FOOD THAT ARE STILL STANDING? PLS FIND OUT.. WE ARE DESPERATE FOR HOPE. THE PEOPLE THAT SURVIVED WILL DIE IN STARVATION IF NO ACTION IS TAKEN RIGHT NOW... I URGED THE PEOPLE ON THE GROUND THAT ARE HELPING TO DO IT THOUROUGHLY & PASS THIS ON -URGENTLY- WE LOVE YOU & APPRECIATE THE GREATEST JOB YOU HAVE DONE IN THIS TIME OF DEVASTATION & NEED.   |WE LOVE YOU CNN | GOD BLESS YOU|   !!I LOVE YOU MIKE!!

January 17, 2010
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MY name is Elizabeth Bayard i'm 13 years old .go to www.clintonbushhaitifund.org is the safest way 2 send money4relief &rebuilding Haiti. Check your local area 4donation of clothes & food to da people of haiti

 

January 17, 2010
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Message to martino sorel our brother in haiti right now- Your sisters ledia, kay, marjorie Betty wants you to know that we love you & are praying for you. Please be safe. Our pap lefin is thinking of you. Your cousins Mildred, zette, dorothy, nelcita, carline, shedline, louimar, fritz, max & kristella are there for you. Martino jr misses you & hope you are safe. may The Lord Bless you & keep you safe & bring you relief soon., That is our prayer for you & all the victims of this castastrophic devastation. We are praying also for our aunties that are also in Haiti Tante charitable & tante lucienne & her kids in p-au-prince, pls be safe. Help is on the way. please don't give up. We love you. & we love you CNN for your great efforts- you were never tired.   

 

Psaumes 130; v1&2

DU FOND DE L'ABIME JE T'INVOQUE,

O ETERNEL!

SEIGNEUR, ECOUTE MA VOIX!

QUE TES OREILLES SOIENT ATTENTIVES

A LA VOIX DE MES SUPPLICATIONS!!! AMEN.

 

January 17, 2010
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My country is been free for more than 200 years .I read story about how beautiful Haiti was, we had everything that we needed to live .Ever since I was a little girl I've never seen any president, any gouvernement,anybody who can change this Island .So today I'm talking for all the young girl and young boy that had loss their life in this earthquake .Please President Obama ,President Bush ,President Cliton I'm asking you to adopt Haiti it's my only hope for a better future and I know that a lot of other Haitian will agree with me .Cause no President ,no gouvernement can help change this poor country all they do is help them self not the country .Please CNN  let the World's know that.Thank you America and thanks to all the country that stand for Haiti,God bless you all I love you for everything that you have done for us .

January 17, 2010
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January 17, 2010
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To CNN, please send a message to the rescuers that there is still survivors in the CARRIBEAN SUPERMARKET so please DO NOT LEAVE. Aldopho Prato has texted that he is near the freezers, he is loosing blood and feeling weak. Please please please relay this message to the rescuers to not give up yet. Thank you for all you all (the network CNN & and personel) have been doing. From the first day you all have been giving us constent report of our country and the catastrophy that hit us on Tuesday. again thank you.

January 17, 2010
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My uncle Dr Robert Martinez has a hospital in Jacmel, Haiti. Fortunately his hospital did not have any major damage, so his hospital has been overwhelmed with victims of the earthquake. He has let us know that he is running out of medical supplies, please think of JACMEL when sending medical supplies. He really needs them to save and aide the survivors, if anyone knows how i would go about getting him med supplies please reply or comment this message.

Thank you.

January 17, 2010
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There are people under Unibank in Bourdon and tabout 63 people under Caribbean Market. Please keep this going until they get help!!!!!!!

January 17, 2010
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FROM FACEBOOK:

From Pat Bourdeau : 3 EMPLOYES SONT DANS LES DECOMBRES DE LA CITIBANK SUR LA ROUTE DE DELMAS ET CRIENT A L'AIDE PRIERE D'ENVOYER DES EXPERTS SUR LE SITE DE TOUTE URGENCE : 3 EMPLOYEES UNDER CITIBANK ON DELMAS; THEY NEED URGENT HELP. PASS IT ON.

January 17, 2010
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FROM FACEBOOK:

 

Farah Baron: GUYS SOS!!! WE ARE LOADING ANOTHER PLANE!! WE NEED HELP WITH WRAPPING UP!!!!!!! POST THIS AS YOUR STATUS!!!!!!!!

January 17, 2010
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FROM FACEBOOK:

ADOLFO PRATO!! STUCK AT CARRIBEAN MARKET, BY THE FREEZER. IT IS CONFIRMED THAT HE IS ALIVE. HE SENT A TEXT MESSAGE. HE IS ALIVE, AND HURT." "HE ALSO SAYS THAT HE'S LOOSING BLOOD"Spread the news, please

January 17, 2010
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FROM FACEBOOK:

 

Message to spread, PLEASE: "...call Adolfo at this number: 37-28-70-23 Adolfo Prato is alive under the rubbles of Caribean Market. He sent a text message saying he is alive. Help him get out under the rubbles please. Lord hear our cries!!!!"

January 17, 2010
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Christine Legagneur is still alive under Unibank. her number 3504-6008. Spread the news please

January 17, 2010
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Forward ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE CONNECTIONS TO THE MEDIA and/or connections to relief organization in Haiti!

 

 

After waiting DAYS to hear if our family members and our orphanage survived the earthquake, we FINALLY receive word (through numerous forwarded emails) that they are ok.  Please forward this message to any news stations, relief organizations, networking mediums that can offer ANY assistance!

The orphanage was BADLY and permanently damaged.  In addition, the walls and the gate encasing and protecting the orphanage collapsed, leaving the orphanage vulnerable to some 2000+ frightened, hungry, injured and desperate citizens.  They have been without food and water since the quake hit!  They have been relying on song, prayer and belief to quench their spirits and nourish their souls until aid arrives.  Due to their location, we fear that they may be overlooked for aid.  Please share this information with anyone you feel may be able to get the word out to send relief to this area!!!

Myself, along with my school/job and friends have been preparing items to send once that becomes available.  It was my understanding that UPS would ship boxes to Haiti, under 50 lbs for FREE.  They have since suspended this project due to the lack of landing and transportation coordination issues.  Please also let me know when something becomes available to send these items to Haiti!

Please send HELP immediately to:

Good Shephard Orphanage L,Orphelinat Le Bon Berger Carrefour, between Cote Plage 18 and 22, make right on Cote Plage 18

 

I may be reached at sassysweet1922@hotmail.com

Thank you and God Bless You!

S. Cassy

January 17, 2010
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I just spoke to my brother in Gonaive, Haiti he said people been coming all night in truck loads.  Some have missing limbs and other injuries all unattended, the hospital doesn't have supplies or medicine or enough doctors to treat the injured. those who aren't injured are daised and confused with no where to go. Why isn't some kind of help being set up on the country side to address this?

January 17, 2010
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I COMMEND CNN FOR ITS TREMENDOUS WORK REPORTING THIS TERRIBLE DISASTER IN HAITI. WE,IN THE HAITIAN COMMUNITY, ARE VERY GRATEFUL TO CNN BEING WITH US 24/7 SINCE THE EARTHQUAKE. I'D LIKE TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING SUGGESTION: COULD CNN REPORTERS IN PORT-AU-PRINCE SHOW FACES OF SURVIVORS WHO WOULD GIVE THEIR NAME ONLY. CNN WOULD THEN POST THOSE VIDEOS ON ITS WEBSITE SO THAT FAMILIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND ELSEWHERE COULD CHECK AND SEE IF THEIR LOVED ONES ARE STILL ALIVE.

 

ALSO,IS THERE ANY HELP GOING TO THE OTHER CITIES THAT HAVE BEEN HARD HIT? I HEARD THAT PETIT GOAVE HAS BURRIED MORE THAN 1,000 DEAD. LEOGANE, JACMEL, LES CAYES NEED HELP.

 

 

January 17, 2010
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The children of the orphanage "nid d'amour " are in distress situation . They have no more food , milk and water. They have been relocated nearby the US Embassy : Village Montfleuri Tabarre 48 . The director Miss Edith MILHOMME SALOMON  is looking everywhere for assistance Red Cross , French Doctor  but without success yet. She could be contacted at the following NB : 509 34 67 18 14 . Please relay this message to the authorities of the US Embassy . They are 38 children and 12 adults. THey escape from this tragedy , thanks God , they need now urgently food and milk .

January 17, 2010
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SOS: Samuel Bozell, Bois Patate, Tel 583-9540 is missing

January 17, 2010
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My husband is a physician who traveled with a medical team yesterday to Haiti.

He is at the Hospital Sacre Coeur - Crudem. He called me this morning & asked to send this message. They have no patients. They have supplies & medical professionals. There is a soccer field nearby that can be used as a helipad. They are ready & waiting. Please send patients. Dr. Richard Pitera 973 951 4567

January 17, 2010
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Quick One. We are blessed here in USA with so many facilities and with a strong infrastructure. I was curious - cant we send 2-3 navy ships and fly over the wounded/sick and folks who need help in Haiti, to the ships? We dont need to take them back to USA. Ships can stay in the ocean, near Haiti and airlift the needy on the ship. When folks recover, then send them back to land, so that they can help others. This will help folks address the issues to handle dead b bodies and lack of resources on land (like medicine, food, water and medical experts to help).

January 17, 2010
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I have family outside of Port-au-Prince that are in need of serious help.  Please help the people in Petit-Goave; My step-mother is in need of water and medication Route National #23 .  Please send help!!

January 17, 2010
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Hi,

Iam an eigth grader at Clifton Park, NY and have been following the events in Haiti. While participating at the Future city Competion in Albany On Saturday the 16th of Jan I was hit with an idea. A lot of monetary donation that has been collected could be used to rent a few cruise ships which are like mini cities and house the quake victims for a few days. THis will ease their suffering and will also help to coordinate the relief efforts in a better way.

January 17, 2010
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From Flo's Lovely Mother

We just received this information from Flo's mother, Ann. Please contact your Senators, Congressional representatives, and, if you have media contacts, whoever you can to get the word out about this.

 

Find phone numbers for your Senator and Congressional Rep here:

http://www.contactingthecongress.org/

 

Ann's message is posted verbatim below.

 

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I'm Flo's mother, Ann McGarrell. Thank you for this beautiful tribute at this time of heartbreak for us.

 

I have just heard (don't know if it's true) that Flo's body has been excavated at last; however, the prson who told me that says it is too decomposed to be cremated (absurd) AND for only $7000 they will "store it a few months until I can pick it up." The State Dept. says this is so far the first example of post-quake extortion. I too love Haiti, despite desperation that leds to things like this. Please, everybody, contact your Senators and and ask them to help me have my child's remains returned to me in whatever condition mortality has left them. I know his lovely and generous soul is free.

With love to all of you,

Ann

January 17, 2010
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I really need someone to confirm information that I have. I have heard that four U.S. Marines were shot in a drive by in Haiti; one is dead. This has a direct impact on me and my family, but I haven't heard anything about this on the news... Can someone please help me?

January 17, 2010
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Please, can someone help these people.

2000 to 2500 people in the soccer field of St-Benadette church in Martissant(nan ferme ecole national)Haiti. 4 days with out water/food and shelter waiting in the hot sun for help. I was contacted by my nieces and their mother.

 

Jean P Alexandre

NY

January 17, 2010
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Please send food and help to Leogane. It is not far from Port Au Prince. My aunts,uncles,and cousins are there. They are starving and injured all the house there have fallen everyone there is reported homeless. All the food and help that is being offered right now is concentrated in Port Au Prince if the people of this area do not get any food they will die they have not eaten since the earthquake this area has been hit extremely bad.

January 17, 2010
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I read this story about victims in a Nursing Home that are being stolen from by other, younger victims that have also placed themselves in front of their location.  They are defenseless.  Can someone please help them.

 

Here is an excerpt from the story....(link below)

 

The old lady crawls in the dirt, wailing for her pills. The elderly man lies motionless as rats pick at his overflowing diaper. There is no food, water or medicine for the 85 surviving residents of the Port-au-Prince Municipal Nursing Home, barely a mile (1 1/2 kilometers) from the airport where a massive international aid effort is taking shape.

 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122674038

January 17, 2010
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If airlifts must take food and water to the various locations for an "air drop", why do they unload all in one place?  Throw some out here and there so others stand a chance to get the much needed essentials.  As was shown a stampede with raging people and bullies are bound to beat out the other more civil people.  JMO

January 17, 2010
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i need to go home and especially my hometown carrefour which hasnt received any help yet.. my adopted brother in carrefour and i have in laws and other family members that have passed. But my unit is still telling me that they have no word yet on when i can leave and that's not what i need to hear. We need to go and help with the relief and find our own families..

Even my friend also from carrefour who;s a recruiter in Ny city has been told that they can't send him because his job is needed in Haiti.. What kind of comment is that? and he has a daughter that he needs to go to.

January 17, 2010
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I have just made a donation via american express. The website said that they would not charge a fee and the entire donation would go to the charity. BUT at the end of the donation they had a disclaimer about the fee.

 

American Express will deduct a small transaction fee of 2.25% from your donation to cover processing costs. The charity receiving your gift will receive your donation minus the American Express processing fee and will not pay any additional fees for receiving donations through GivingExpress Online.

 

Seems two faced!

January 17, 2010
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i meant they told him that his job(occupation in the army) is not needed in Haiti

 

January 17, 2010
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If anyone has access to any of the relief/crisis workers in Haiti at this moments, Please advise there is a need for food and water in Carfour Mohntair 14. The people there have nothing and there hasn't been any aid in that area. 

 

Thanks

January 17, 2010
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Raise Awareness for Petit-Goave, Grand-Goave, Leogane! 

The epicenter of the earthquake hit these cities with an intensity of 10.  The population of the cities and villages near the epicenter desperately needs international help as well as Port-au-Prince. 

 

PLEASE REDIRECT RELIEF PLANES TO THE JACMEL AIRSTRIP to distribute to those worst affected and FREE-UP THE BOTTLENECK at the Port-au-Prince airport.

 

January 17, 2010
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My Brother Patrick Fleurancois has been found alive after 5 days. However, he needs food and water. Does Anyone know a food/water site in the area near Delmas 75? Please respond asap!!

January 17, 2010
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My friend's cousins MIALEN MUNGOS telephone 6006644 and

PASCER MUNGOS telephone 8606196 are missing. anyone with information about this two individuals should respond to to my e-mail idowu_famuyiwa@yahoo.com  My friend's name is Solange Elema, she lives in Los Angeles area.  Help to find this people and God Bless You All.

January 17, 2010
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Dr Ronald Thierssaint from Mahotiere 85 Impasse Milot needs help finding woods, nails and other construction materials to build a shelter for the  now homeless people in the area.. He's an employee of the embassy but is trying to reach the contact he has at USAID, but it;s been unsuccessful. I, myself am trying to go there but still cant get get a satisfying word from my unit.

 

Dr. Ronald can be reached at 011 509 38 76 72 75. We would greatly appreciate it if anybody could pass the message to USAID to contact Dr. Ronald or myself.

 

January 17, 2010
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missing loved one in haiti hello everyone just a post days on the recent info i gather my aunt rose marie michel which is 65 years old  and blind has been found with my aunt marjorie pierre louis however the survival are extremly crucial i'am asking for any member who have a disable family  member to understand how it feel to know that whats next. my aunt marjorie is diabetic now she has pus coming out of her ears my aunt rose marie need help in jacmel in rue saint charles still lokking for carole pierre louis age 52 has 8 kids age range from 10 to 30 and martine pierre louis age 38 has two kids faica and jetson please help me  any info please sent to sdmd612@yahoo.com ps carole and martine lived in port au prince delmas 24 thank you

January 17, 2010
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Many thanksto all the American people for their generosity to haiti Many thanks to CNN, especially the journalists who are now in Haiti; they really tell what they se with compassion and love fo Haiti. Haiti is a poor country, yes, but rich with culture and other good qualities. Thanks to CNN journalsts who understand that economic poerty is not a sin or does not make a human being bad. Money is not God.....Thanks to President OBAMA, Presiden CLINTON and PRESIDNT BUSH. Thankis to the USA Bishops for asking allCatholic Church to have a second collection for Catholic Relief Services in Haiti. God blesses you always American People...

January 17, 2010
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PLEASE BRING FOOD,WATER,CLOTHING,BLANKETS,AND ANYOTHER SUPPLIES NEEDED TO DELMAS 18-12 #59 AND TO ROUTE NATIONAL #1 BETWEEN LES MOULINS D'HAITI TO THE SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH NAMED SICHEM DE LA CITE. THERE IS AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF PEOPLE WAITING, STARVING,INJURED,AND VERY COLD. PLEASE HELP THEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.PLEASE AND THANK YOU!

January 17, 2010
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Praise report - pastor Dicksent is alive, all 10 staff are still alive and 160 of the students are still alive, albeit hanging on barely!

 

Is there any way to get water and/or food ASAP to our Pastor Dicksent Jean Welch for his 160 school children and 5,000 others of his neighborhood in the amphitheater at Canape Vert at the following geographic coordinates and Google Earth site?

 

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=18.532533,-72.316433oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=%2B18%C2%B031%2757.12%22,-72%C2%B018%2759.16%22&gl=us&ei=DJ5QS6vjEoTS8AbZ9qntAw&ved=0CAgQ8gEwAA&hl=en&split=0&geocode=FbXIGgEd74mw-w

 

Google Earth shows them at these coordinates:

 

18.532533, -72.316433Address:?

Placement on map is approximate

 

+18° 31' 57.12", -72° 18' 59.16"

 

Lt Colonel Dave Young, my dear friend and co-founder of Soldiers Bible Ministry started this school ministry after he served in Haiti a few years ago.  Anything you can do to help the Pastor and his group get food and water as they have not eaten since Monday and have had water only once since that time on Thursday.

 

Dicksent's phone number (although his mobile phone battery is running low) is 011 509 3 457 5773 - he can receive text messages but cannot send text messages at this point.

 

Thanks, everyone!

John Hoben

john.hoben@soldiersbibleministry.org

 

January 17, 2010
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We have a church and school in a village called Boucan La Marre on an island off the coast of Haiti called La Gonave.  They were affected by the earthquake as well.  Our school, walls & roof, is severely broken, our water cisterns & wells are unusable, our solar panels for power are broken, the houses on our campus are broken & unstable, and many people's homes are totally destroyed. We were informed that over 200 people from the community slept on our church / school campus under make shift tents (tarps & sticks) on Wednesday and Thursday night. There is little to no food, very little drinking water, no power or electricity (only power came from generator & solar panels even prior to storm), and very little hope with many of the people.  Please if anyone sees this!!!  We need to get some water and food to these people as well.  I can be reached at cshackjr@verizon.net if you need further information.

January 17, 2010
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Christelle Joseph CAN EVERYONE TRY TO POST THIS PLEASE: Daphnee Sylvestre and 2 months old baby is in her car in carrefour marotie're 28 , needs helps baby is sick, please send help!! From Etienne Tieno Sylvestre

about an hour ago

January 17, 2010
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There are elderly people who need assistance please help them there are at Port-au-Prince Municipal Nursing Home, barely a mile (1 1/2 kilometers) from the airport where a massive international aid effort is taking shape. PLEASE HELP THEM

 

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100117/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/cb_haiti_waiting_to_die

January 17, 2010
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to anyone who can get a message to American relief Marines.           Please put down your guns and extend your hand. Can you use your helicopters to shower us with dried fruit and nuts until the main relief gets here. We are not able to think straight without nourishment

January 17, 2010
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with all the talk about the port being destroyed I am wondering why people are not mentionning the port at the cement factory which is about 45 minutes from Port au Prince going north.  If the roads are passable then they could certainly off load a lot of merchandise there

January 17, 2010
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Ther is also a working large port in Gonaives which is  2 hrs away but the roads are passable between Gonaives and PAP so it would be easy to truck supplies.

Also, I am in the sates but have a mission in Gonaives that will hold  volounteers/patients. Please feel free to cantact me.

scouttroo1074@yahoo.com

January 17, 2010
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January 17, 2010
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PETIONVILLE-if anyone is in/going to Petionville please look for or ask for Pastor Bellande. He is the pastor @ the Four Corners church and school, he has a lovely wife and 6 year old son. We are desperate to hear from him. Tell him to contact Anessa and that I we love him very much

January 17, 2010
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hi my name is ossile and looking for my love one's in Haiti. I'm looking for sillia leandre who is related to vener leondre,leandre and Joel Leandre who are all my cousin's.im also looking for Joel leandre four children Jessica Leandre, Joanna Leandre, also joelson Leandre, and his other son,and wife.please connect Joel Leandre to see if he's ok and his family @ 40555665 or 37181371,and me if you find any of my beloved family in Haiti.An let me know if they are ok.there is a another  group of other family i haven't herd from,but my other family's are ok.good bless you all in Haiti.:)special Anderson Cooper

                   connect me @ ,ossileleandre@yahoo.com

                  for any news about my love one's

                             thank you! for you time:)

January 17, 2010
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I am emailing everyone today to bring to light the reality of the situation that is happening in Haiti. I know when everyone looks into the news and media; they see the tragedy that has passed through Haiti. But they are only showing one area which is Port Au Prince (PAP). There are other parts in the south that was greatly affected by this earthquake such as Leogane, Jacmel, and Mauron that is located outside PAP, but not too far of a distance from it. In Leogane, 90% of it is destroyed. The people of Leogane really need the help that is being received to those in PAP. I want to spread the news that there are other areas that need tremendous help besides PAP.  I want all who reads this, to bring the attention to other people and organizations, to also spread their aid to these sections of Haiti that was affected too. Most especially a nursing home located in Leogane signeau, called Aisle Saint Vincent Paul that housed 200 patients and was in the care of nuns called "Companions of Jesus". From this disaster, there were priests and nuns that were killed and some that were injured with bone fractures. There were a good number of patients that have died also. Each and every day they call me pleading for help. Just this morning, at 2 am, I received a disturbing phone call from one of the nuns, who was crying hysterically because she doesn’t have the help or resources to keep up the care of these patients. They are sleeping in the hot sweltering sun and even in the rain because the entire building is completely destroyed. These people are crying out for our help. The nuns need tents to put their patients in. Life and Hope is doing everything possible to see if they can find transportation to get to Leogane to help these people and bring their contributions to the nursing home and the people in these areas. But at the moment Life and Hope cannot find the means to get there. Looking at the bigger picture these larger organizations are lending their help, but there are other smaller organizations willing to help, especially in theses smaller areas that were greatly affected. I would like it if there journalists and press brought to these areas, to bring attention to these sections in Haiti. If it were possible, donation of tents would be greatly appreciated, in case of the rain. To say the least, the situation is a shame that help hasn’t really reached these areas yet. I know the job cannot be done all at once, but every little help will bring us one step closer to our goal. I am counting on your collaboration. To everyone who has donated so far, I would like to say thank you and God bless you abundantly for your services.

 

 

From Life and Hope Organization

 

lifeandhopehaiti@yahoo.com

 

 

January 17, 2010
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CNN, please other places like petit- Goave haiti need help. And I am also looking for my cousin who was attending a meeting in one of Port- Au- Prince schools, his name is Mac-Charles... Please help!

January 17, 2010
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CNN, please other places like petit- Goave Haiti need help. And I am also looking for my cousin who was attending a meeting in one of Port- Au- Prince schools. His name is Mac-Charles... Please help!

January 17, 2010

Preval needs to resign.

January 17, 2010

The Preval's government is showing its true colors. Useless and afraid to stand up for a nation in dire need. I cannot comprehend how many people will die and have died even though relief workers are on the ground? They are doing something, but not enough. One of the major thing they should have done, was to clear the roads. Call to duty all haitian police, military, young men and people who are not injured to help others in need.

January 17, 2010

A warning to people ho are creating chaos and fear in Haiti: Your days are numbered. If you are spreading terror on the street and refuse to help your fellow countrymen, you deserve a slow death. Why can't you can feel the pain the people who are trapped? Are you a sadistic person? If you bring machetes to force the aid workers to flee, i recommend that you be put down. I know people might try to report me, so be it.

January 17, 2010
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Please, I am looking for my cousin Vita Victor, she live in Petion-Ville Haiti, 25 yrs old. My other cousin Mac- C. Joseph, he's 35 yrs old.

 

Another place that needs HELP is Petit- Goave Haiti, They really need help. PLEASE HELP...!

 

January 17, 2010
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In Haiti Text 4636 (International:447624802524) on Digicel with your location and need. Report emergencies and missing persons. AN AYITI TEXT 4636( ENTERNASYONAL: 447624802524) SE POU DIGITEL ZON E BESWEN. REPOTE IJANS AVEK MOUN KI PA LA A.

 

Make sure you leave the location with as much detail as possible so that they can be located.

January 17, 2010

People are dying everywhere in Haiti. Please help them. If i had the capacity, i would be on the ground right now to provide my assistance in any way i could. What i see on tv displeases me, there are not too many good news coming to the wire except repeat stories while others await their deaths. PLEASE HELP NOW.

 

I was in Port-Au-Prince last December and i did not like what i saw. Now with all this destruction, i can only imagine how would i feel if i go there and survey the disaster areas. Please help people in RUE Due Centre, Fort-National, Sans-Fils, Ruel D. Estime. Please help. Most people i new are now dead and i can't even do any significant thing about it.

 

Help the survivors. Go and help now.

January 17, 2010

I am frustrated with the haitian thugs. get rid of them and Haiti will be a better place.

 

Thousands are missing. Please look for them. Please help your neighborhood.

 

al ede katye ou. moun bezwen ou sove yo. yap mouri tankou bet, fomi. Please Help. I heart is aching for you, Haiti, the motherland.

January 17, 2010

Please take pictures of the dead for identification. Take down the address where the victims were found. Keep looking because it's not over yet, not too late for some to still be alive.

 

The world is with you Haiti even if your God has not heard your prayers.

January 17, 2010
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There are people who still have not yet received any assistance. They are located in Carrefour mahottier 75. A lot of victims have died there. Please try to send out this message. They have no food or water. They have no way to get near to the palace. I was contacted today and they need help. Thank you and God bless

January 18, 2010
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I still cannot believe what there doing,they say that American's can go to the embassy to get help,ok,so I went and they offered me to get evacuated and come to the states,so of course I accept,and guess what...They made me sign a LOAN,in wich they say I have 90 days to pay them back or else there gonna do something to my passport,either suspend it or something like that.

I just think that this is inhuman,I lost my house,my money,almost everything (thank God my Family is ok)but I don't have any economy nor means to pay and they made me sign a loan.To think that it's there duty to evacuate Americans living abroad in case of a disaster or a crisis...It's just unbelievable that they did that...  

January 18, 2010
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URGENT SOS:  Possible survivors @ DELMAS 28B #198

 

FRITZNER PETIT-GAUTHIER, male 44

5yr old twins VALERIE +VICTORIA Petit-Gauthier

 

Fritzner made call from cellular on thursday stating was alive but trapped at given adress.

 

PLEASE HELP

DELMAS 28B #198

 

Contact his brother Frankel Gauthier, in NY

516-353-4048 cell 1

516-867-2074 home

516-216-0556 cell 2

 

or

mdmd5@hotmail.com

January 18, 2010
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wow! where do I start? I guess, I can start by saying thanks.thanks for being there to inform us the rest of the haitians all over the world about what happened back home. most of us dont want to watch how our country is detroyd in just second and neither on of us could not knowing.special thank to Dr Gupta Mr anderson Ivan the rest of crew in Haiti

and once again thank you CNN

January 18, 2010
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Methilde

Contacted home number of Frankel Gauthier in New York

and passed the detail information

God Bless you all, God bless Haiti

My prayers are with you

January 18, 2010
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PLEASE SAVE THE SURVIVORS!!!

 

THE PEOPLE OF HAITI NEEDS READY AND COOKED FOOD. THEY LOST EVERYTHING THEY HAVE AND DO NOT HAVE ANY BASIC UTENSILS TO COOK THEIR OWN FOOD. PLEASE, PLEASE SEND OUT OUR WORDS TO THE PEOPLE HELPING OUT THERE THAT THEY NEED WARM FOOD. WE ARE ALSO FIGHTING AGAINST TIME WITH THE SURVIVORS THAT ARE ILL AND STARVING. PLEASE SAVE THE SURVIVORS!!!

 

January 18, 2010
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January 18, 2010
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From Michaëlle Cédras: PLEASE HELP We don't have much details but an 8 years old little girl is alone in the provinces and needs urgent assistance. Her name is Cassandre Felix. Reach her at 425-8720 and contact Michael Joseph when found.

January 18, 2010
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From Michaëlle Cédras: PLEASE HELP We don't have much details but an 8 years old little girl is alone in the provinces and needs urgent assistance. Her name is Cassandre Felix. Reach her at 425-8720 and contact Michael Joseph when found.

January 18, 2010
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S.O.S FOR HAITI 1.12.10:

Stephane Dieudonne HAS ANYONE HEARD FROM VANESSA CASSAGNOL- SOSA???? She owns an antique Furniture store in

Petion-ville... Please help!!!

January 18, 2010
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FROM____Patrick Mouscardy from King Charles Je suis en contact avec des gens qui peuvent fournir du matériel auxmédecins locaux par hélicoptère - Je veux avoir la liste de médecin enHaïti prêt à recevoir ce matériel – Veuillez préciser l’adresse -numéro de téléphone SVP et nom du médecin - Ecrivez-moi àinfomojo@gmail.com ou par Facebook a « Marjorie Young

January 18, 2010
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URGENT... this info was texted to me... i have a child name Tracy and her mom name Myrielle, they live in RELLE JN PHILP, they are still missing.. PLEASE HELP .... thats all the info i rcvd ... any info please contact brina0417@yahoo.com 954-709-6998

January 18, 2010
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Is it true that there are ports that the cruise lines use on the shores of Haiti? Are they offering to utilize their ships for supplies, hospitals or shelter for the people?

January 18, 2010
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Please send food and  water in delmas 33 they haven't receive any help at all. They were all talking this morning on the haitian radio station please drop food in those private community. pleaseeeeeeeee

January 18, 2010
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I want to help out by butting coin cans around my neigorborhood. Is that a good idea?

January 18, 2010
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Dr Ronald Thierssaint from Mahotiere 85 Impasse Milot needs help finding woods, nails and other construction materials to build a shelter for the now homeless people in the area.. He's an employee of the embassy but is trying to reach the contact he has at USAID, but it;s been unsuccessful.

Dr. Ronald can be reached at 011 509 34 26 97 18 ronthy55@hotmail.com AND . We would greatly appreciate it if anybody could pass the message to USAID to contact Dr. Ronald or myself.

 

January 18, 2010
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We are in Texas and are looking for family in Haiti that published Le Lemonde Newspaper. If any one has information regarding the newpaper personnel and/or any of the Lemonde family it will be appreciated. In Texas the family is Lemond without the "e" on the end. Nonetheless it is a very large family in the States. Thank you

January 18, 2010
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Shut off the T.V lately cause this news is getting crazy

People running the streets hungry with machetes

Dirty babies laying on the hot concrete thirsty

My family homeless in the streets with no safety

Every street corner, nuns crying and praying,

"Give us pity Lord, Please save our country!"

This is all I got so please don't take it from me

After my mom died it was Haiti that raised me

It's in my blood, my roots are deeper than a fig tree

Relocate me, but it is impossible to change me

 

By Jacques Balynce II

January 18, 2010
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Hi my name is Taneisha Mitchell, I currently attend Lincoln Technical Institute where I am enrolled in the MAAT (Medical Assistant and Adninistrative Program). My heart sincerely goes out to the Haitians and I am currently trying to put together a donation drive to help the people of Haiti. The help has began but over the course of the next weeks, months and even years these people will still be in need of our service. My goal is to collect perishable food items such as can goods, clothing, money, toys etc. and also give my services where needed after my externship. With only one module to go, its a pity I might not be allowed to do my externship there. I would greatly be honored to donate my time if thats what's needed. I also signed up with the Red Cross and the CIDI organization to donate my service/time. If at the end of school I do not hear from either organization my plan is to book a trip to Haiti so as to do what has been laying on my heart to do (HELP). If you would like to donate please contact me via email at hlovert_1@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance.

 

PS: Your donatons will be accounted for also I will hold myself responsible for this great ordeal.

If you wish not to donate cash it's ok, just use that money to buy either a can of peas, soup or carrot etc.

January 18, 2010
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Im not sure if this is the right place to post, Im hoping ths gets to the right people. I don't currently reside in Haiti, but I still have family there. Has anyone checked on Carrefour I haven't seen any report of releif efforts in Carrefour. when the news first got out it was said that Carrefour was the epicenter. Carrefour has been badly demolished as well. Can someone please check to see how they are doing. I can't seem to get a hold of any of my relatives living in carrefour. Carrefour it pretty Big. There is news about Leogane, and Carrefour is before leagane on the way from the city. How can anyone miss it?

Im also looking for my cousin and his family Jackson Abrac residing in Ti place Cazo. No word from him as yet.

January 18, 2010
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I would like to say thank you to CNN for allowing us to see inside the devastation in Haiti. I am not Haitian, but I consider them my sisters and brothers,and if they hurt I hurt. I am certainly going to do my part to help with the relief efforts. I would also like to say a special thank you to Dr. Sanjay Gupta for all that he has done. In the midst of this turmoil, it was wonderful to see him risking his safety for the sake of others. It was heart warming to see him attending to a 15 days old baby, and to see him performing brain surgery, was just amazing. This just proves that he is not just about getting a good story, but it shows that he truly cares. I think he deserves a hero's welcome when he returns to the USA.

 

God Bless!

 

BH

January 18, 2010
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My family is currently living in Canape-Vert, Haiti...(Rue Jean-Baptiste, Rue La Violette)... They are homeless and without food and water.... Please spread the word that those in this area need food and water as well for their homes have collapsed and they have nothing.

January 18, 2010
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I am an American.  My family lives in Haiti, more specifically in Carrefour, the "epicenter" of the earthquake.  Although some of my family have died do to the devastation, quite a great majority is waiting in Carrefour for help.  They said they heard on the radio that the rescue team was going to the area this morning at 11am to bring food to the survivors; it was 3pm when I last spoke to them and to no avail.  My aunt is a diabetic and she needs mediation and food.  It has been six days since the diaster, and my uncles, aunts, and counsins have tried to ration their food, but the reserve has ran dry.  They are hungry.  Can you please let the military know that there are survivors in Carrefour who are waiting for food, medication, and rescue teams to dig people from under the rubble.  Death has engulfed the air and there is nowhere to flee, as the media has broadcast from the onset of this story "Haiti is the poorest nation in the western hemisphere;" thus, my people need your help.  Therefore, I suggest that every Haitian and those who are not Haitian, but empathize with our situation, petition their state leaders so that they pass a bill to allow the homeless Haitians that have family members who live in America to provide their family with temporary housing and assistance until the condition in Haiti is improved. 

January 18, 2010
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We are looking for Jacqueline (aunt), Nirva (cousin), Frantz(cousins), and Ashley Andre (cousin/Nirva's son) located on 716 Rue Nior, Leogane Port au Prince

They have been seen or heard from please contact us asap if you hear anything at all...Ashley is an 8 yr old little boy, please call 508-510-5077 or 508-584-1723 (Marie/sister)

January 18, 2010
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Wilhelmine Norzelus (18) was found but lost 5 taos and because of lack of medicine and the doctor came very late the flesh started to smell bad. They had to take away the foot.

 

Now she is rushed to Martinique but not one message back if she is there (where exactly) and in what condition.

 

This is very frustrating.

January 18, 2010
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From what I understand the Puma's helicopters need space to land , why  can't  they use the front yard of the national palace. They could easily land 8 helicopters at the same time and distribute the food from there.. the National Palace is located at the center on the city!!

 

January 18, 2010
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SPREAD THIS PLEASE: from Carol Fipp, Hopital Sacre Coeur, Milot, Haiti 904-223-7233: We have a full-service hospital with 2 OR's, trauma and ortho teams waiting for patients but only r'cvd 4 patients so far! Please spread to highest level of US govt possible. Send us patients NOW.

 

I do not know if this is factual, but it can't hurt to try and get it out there just in case. If you are reading this please resend anywhere you think it might help. This is close enough that injured could be choppered there quickly.

January 18, 2010
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I have a suggestion. If Haiti needs more hands; why not send some of the inmates of Alabama? Many have military experience and they are just sitting there, waiting for trial or serving their time. make use of hem!

January 18, 2010
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Len Gengel is sick and disgusting. I can not believe the air time this disgusting man has been getting this past week. How DARE he says every American troop should just search for his daughter and ignore the catastrophe. How dare Wolf Blitzer gave this bipolar man Len Gengel 15 minutes to speak to an American Ambassador. The Ambassador kept saying "As soon as I get off the phone with you I will send more people to the hotel." But this fat bipolar man kept the ambassador on the phone longer and longer saying how his daughter is the only person who is important in a country that has collapsed from an earthquake.

January 18, 2010
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January 18, 2010
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@Rose1968

 

I soooo agree with you.  These people especially him are unbelievable.  Did you know that Lynn University which is where the student studies at has contracted TWO (2) independent contractors to search the Hotel Montana site.  That is continuous searching.....probably more than any other site gets.

 

He acts like they are the only Americans there needing to be rescued.   Let alone the thousands of others.

 

Someone else said thatusually when people go on their aid missions they usually stay at the facility in which they are helping.  But these kids were staying at a hotel considered to be a luxury hotel and not even getting the real feel for what the people they go to help have to endure.  Before this disaster.

 

 

January 18, 2010
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@sek57

 

Sek57; I googled Len Gengel and the first thing that comes up is

Telegram dot com

Everybody is arguing on that site about Len Gengel.

The people who are siding with him are using user names like

"AmericaFirst". It is MIND BLOWING.

 

How anybody looking at any of the footage, even for a half an hour, can think that this man's selfish air time pleas are correct is beyond me.

Tears have been pouring out of my eyes for EVERYBODY who I see.

 

I just wanted to point this out because this man is getting unbelievable amounts of airtime and no more is needed. Wolf Blitzer should not have interviewed him AGAIN today. WE KNOW.

 

Love and tears and HELP to ALL.

January 18, 2010
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I have been to Haiti so mnay times that I can not count them. I was in Goniaves after the catastrophic flood a few years ago. I am a registered nurse with many years of International Field/Triage experience and disaster relief training. I even have my own staff in Haiti of interpreters, assistants, etc... And I can not get into the country to help with the many injurred. I have contacted many organizations including Red Cross, CNN,the US Air Force. It is ridiculous that you have qualified healthcare professionals that can not get there to help. I even have a huge amount of medical supplies available.

Everyday I get calls from Gonaives saying their hospital is overflowing with patients that have been driven up there from PAP. The doctors there are begging for me to come-yet I cant get into the country.

I even bought airline tx to go in thru the Dominican but can not get enough fuel to be sure that I would make it to Gonaives, or to PAP and back.

If any proven reputable organization would like my assistance I am available and ready to work. feel free to contact me-my background is very easy to prove through media services

scouttroop1074@yahoo.com

 

January 18, 2010
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Someone help me understand how we can get news crews into Haiti, Israel is across the globe yet has a medical station set up, and we cannot get these people and children the food, water, and medical help they so desperately need?

January 18, 2010
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FROM Magaly Delva, Petrouchka Moise: If anyone has contact on the ground in Haiti, my cousin Ginette is in the Banque National de Credit, and she is alive with others but they are trapped under the rubble. There are more than 10 people still alive... if you can pass this on, I would be so grateful.on Friday

January 18, 2010
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Rose1968

 

Thanks for the google tip!!  And here I thought my thoughts were unique!!  He is getting alot of negative reactions to his self serving whiney pleas.  Did you see the one from Craigslist??!!

 

At least everyone else is concerned for all the people affected by this horrific occurence.

 

 

 

 

January 18, 2010
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From Magaly Delva, Petrouchka Moise: If anyone has contact on the ground in Haiti, my cousin Ginette is in the Banque National de Credit, and she is alive with others but they are trapped under the rubble. There are more than 10 people still alive... if you can pass this on, I would be so grateful.on Friday

January 18, 2010
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PLEASE BRING FOOD,WATER,CLOTHING,BLANKETS,AND ANYOTHER SUPPLIES NEEDED TO DELMAS 18-12 #59 AND TO ROUTE NATIONAL #1 BETWEEN LES MOULINS D'HAITI TO THE SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH NAMED SICHEM DE LA CITE. THERE IS AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF PEOPLE WAITING, STARVING,INJURED,AND VERY COLD. PLEASE HELP THEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.PLEASE AND THANK YOU!

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January 18, 2010
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WHERE ARE THE HAITIANS OFFICIALS...? THEY SHOULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE.

 

Am a citizen of Haiti living in California  and I know too well how Haitian officials  embezzled the money collected from DGI bureau (US IRS equivalent) from paycheck to paycheck. NOW THE PEOPLE ARE LEFT ON THE STREE WITH THIER LOVED ONES DEAD.... Where is the Haitian Fire Department, at least, they could have used the trucks to distribute water to the population. I wish that CNN could bring them on TV to answer many critcal questions, about how they treat us.

January 19, 2010
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Can people in Haiti eat the plants and trees, or seafood in the ocean? Or use trees for fire?

January 19, 2010
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PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD THAT PEOPLE ARE DYING IN Lazarre AND Petion-ville Haiti!  They need water, food and medical attention.

January 19, 2010
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PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD CNN THAT PEOPLE IN PETIT-GOAVE A TOWN ABOUT 45 MINUTES FROM LEOGANE ARE DYING THEY NEED FOOD AND WATER

January 19, 2010

I live in a small Haitian community in New York, Brooklyn. I was able to reach out to my mother over the weekend in Jacmel, Haiti. She is doing well and is okay. People are contacting each other by sharing cell phones, and information with neighbors. Knocking on doors and delivering messages by foot as they did in the old days, long before super technology. This must continue, it is the only way to get the word out about loved ones.

 

Also, people in the community are afraid and concerned about all the monies that they are donating. Alot of money is being collect. So far over $400 million plus from various sources. The concern is who is in charge of these funds, how will it be tracked, documented, showed that it was spent on Haiti relief efforts? Who is responsible or the head gatekeeper for all that has been collected thus far? People want to open their wallets and donate more but, this is a concern. During times of crisis, there are those who will take advantage. My concern is the same. Very little is being said about how this money will make it's way around the country. When all is said and done, and the cameras go off as they did so soon afer Katrina, & the Sunami, will progress continue and the funds be used to help rebuild this country? I saw the map yesterday showing all that has been collected so far. How is it being spent and who is governing this money?

 

 

January 19, 2010
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CNN has done a great job with coverage of the earthquake in Haiti, however please remember that there is not only one area that's been affected by it.

 

All I ever see on my screen is Centre Ville (downtown) when in reality there are areas like Canape-Vert, Delmas, Petion-Ville and even places outside the capital like Leogane and Jacmel that have been hit hard as well. They need media coverage and aid.

 

It seems that there is a determination to only show one side of Haiti. Please let people see that we are not in just one location or all look alike or all int he same schools, neighborhoods and families. Haitians in all those areas cited (and a few more) need help so please make sure the coverage is an un-bias truthful one because I have yet to see one neighborhood on tv that looks like mine at Delmas 75.

 

Thank you

January 19, 2010
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I agree with you Shadine, Jacmel seems to be an area that was hit hard as well but with little news coverage.

 

Also, with all the reports about help not getting through because of one small airport in Port-au-Prince, it appears that people have forgotten Haiti is an island (surrounded by water with several marine ports in other cities).  Can boats be used to transport and distribute supplies to other ports? Can smaller plane be used to land in the smaller airports in Cap Haitien and surrounding ports? It is disheartening to watch all this effort not being used as effectively as possible.

 

Thank you.

January 19, 2010
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There is no international aid in PV and Delmas, but the Haitians are trying to help themselves. This is an example of efforts made by the Haitian people in Petion-Ville: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?created&&suggest&note_id=254239171698#/album.php?aid=177289&id=580617773&ref=mf

 

THANK YOU MUNCHEEZ FOR FEEDING THE PEOPLE. We need more restaurants and businesses to do this if they can. Take initiative!

January 19, 2010
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Mtherval, not only that, but the U.S. has control of the Haiti airports and are turning away those who could help in favor of those who want to adopt HEALTHY children who could wait a few weeks or even one month before leaving for the U.S. Anderson Cooper spoke of this and I am still waiting for the answer to his question: how are they decided who gets priority?

 

For the second day in a row a plane with Doctors Without Borders carrying much needed medical supplies to aid those in Haiti has been diverted to the Dominican Republic. These diversions mean multiple lives lost as trucks have to travel across the nation. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/285968

 

NEWSFLASH: THIS IS SHOULD BE ABOUT SAVING THE HAITIAN PEOPLE!

 

 

 

January 19, 2010
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I think that there should be sterilized moving crates, like those large ones that shipping companies (such as Maersk) use for moving large equipment, prepared for surgical procedures and stored, so that when an event such as this one in Haiti happens, where there are not enough operating rooms available either in Haiti or the DR, these large surgical rooms may be displaced to where there is most need.

January 19, 2010

WHY THE U.S MAKE IT SO HARD FOR OTHERS TO LAND IN HAITI DO THEY HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE OR JUST ABUSE OF POWER? EVERYONE'S COMPLAINING ABOUT THE AMERICAN WAY WICH IS NOT HELPING THE PEOPLE FAST ENOUGH SOME OF THEM WORRY ABOUT SECURITY WHEN THEY HAVE SO MANY OFFICERS ON THE GROUND MAYBE IT'S TIME FOR THE U.S TO TELL THE TRUTH IF THEY REALLY WANT TO HELP OR NOT....

 

January 19, 2010
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Update my cousin Mac- Charles… has been confirmed dead.

 

CNN PLEASE BESIDE LEOGANE AND THE HAITIAN CAPITAL OTHER PLACES NEEDS HELP, SUCH AS PETIT GOAVE, PLEASE LET ONE OF YOUR STAFF KNOW. THEY NEED HELP!!!

 

January 19, 2010
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FROM__Emmanuela Bois: The Haitian earthquake survivors of Laplaine du cul de sac, Delmas, Turgeau, Canape-Vert, Carrefour, Lalue, Bourdon, Juvenat are dying of hunger. Please provide them with food and water... Urgent pass along!!!

January 19, 2010
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Sorry to hear that Halo

January 19, 2010
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An empty hospital 75 miles from Port-Au-Prince, ready to treat quake victims! Media or people in need, please contact Tim 413-241-6526, ttraynor1948@gmail.com. They have food, housing, full staffed trauma unit, and so far, only 4 victims to treat. Please help spread the word!

January 19, 2010
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I believe that  governmen will aways be corrupt, The haitian goevernment is no defferent from the Americans or any other governents for that matter when it comes to greed.  In this case with Haiti.If America is raising money for Haiti, I sure will hope that they will monitor that the money goes to Haiti and the people who need it most. Please, there are people in Laplaine, and Carefour that has not eaten since the Tuesday last week.  They to are waiting for aid but no one has come to their rescue. Lamantin 52, in Port Au- prince.  Rue national #1 Larche55 Rue germain 2m Ruelle Eden #21 in Port- Au= Prince. People there needes help. Thank you.

Unitransfer office are now able to make money transfer to Haiti.

January 19, 2010
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When I first found out about the devasting earthquake in Haiti I was very sadden.  My heart, prayers, and thoughts are with all of you who have lost a loved one.  I know how difficulty it must be for you to not have them close.  During the big earthquake in El Salvador, I too was worried for my loved ones.  Please know that you and your families are NOT alone.  Though God may seemed distant, He is there with you.  Have FAITH in Him and let your light shine no matter what.  I know is easier said than done, but we believers must always have FAITH and HOPE for a new tomorrow.  I love you all and may GOD bless you!

January 19, 2010
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Oh my God, Now Anderson Cooper is blaming the Haitian gavernment for the Medical supplies not getting to the people.  As of yesterday, he was saying the Haitian government was nowhere to be seen and the USA was responsible for organizing the delivery of supplies.  As a matter of fact, today, on WAMU, there was a discussion with military personel, both on the ground in Haiti and in Washington, DC, who were saying that the USA is in charge of all of this, inlieu of the UN.  The UN World Food Program and OCHA would normally manage relief efforts, except that the leaders stationed in Haiti had died in the earthquake and new personel had to be brought in to replace them.  I swera, if I have to listen to Mr. Cooper lie anymore, with his little sincere face and sad eyes, I will vomit.  He is selling us US political BS and he should be sued for it, if there is a way for the public to sue a reporter and news agency for blatantly lying.  I will be the first to contribute money to a fund for sueing these liars.

It is so easy for us to use Haiti as a scapegoat , it's not even funny.  Why?  Because the average US citizen is as dense about the world as a bat is blind.  Yes, like bats, you see very little, but you know enough to find food and shelter and play with your little technical toys.  Like a friend of mine says, "Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in awhile."

But, most of you are just like my neices and nephews, who, when asked what states border Maryland, they name Tennessee, Michigan or just say, with disgust, "Well, I don't know.  Whatever."  But, they know every band and who's on TV.  Wow, ignorance really is bliss.

So, please use this as a wakeup call.  Anderson Cooper just fed you one story yeaterday and another story today and they are 180 degrees different.  What are you going to do about it?  I you join with me in contacting CNN and complaining.  I would suggest you try other sources of news and see what all the other nations and news agencies are saying about this issue.

Hait's government is almost non-existent.  I know the former prime minister of Haiti, the one fired in November, through a vote of no-confidence, was reinstated, at the behest of Clinton and Bush.  I know this story, well.

So, if she is now totally in charge of operations, then she is being used as a fall-guy for the failures of this relief project.  After all, how much experience does she have in organizing disaster relief efforts?  Maybe as much as FEMA did when Katrina happened?

Anyway, let's not let CNN file a BS story and let them get away with it.

January 20, 2010
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I've been reading a few of the comments & why doesn't it suprise me that the U.S. is always up in the mix! We are supposed to be helping others not to be making matters worst.  I've read that some of the roads are blocked and many fear the mobs BUT COME ON where's the army, cops, or armed force? These people... NO OUR PEOPLE are suffering out there and many NEED MEDICAL HELP... HELP THEM for the love of GOD!! Where there's a WILL there's a WAY! I know that many are stealing due to desperation and even anger, but if the UN/USA/Congress who ever is all involved were organized things would be easier. 

January 20, 2010
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I'm not from Haiti, nor do I have any family there. But my heart sincerely goes out to every single person that is feeling hurt from this disaster, as I am feeling hurt with you. Be strong & have faith all the time. God will guide you all the way if you do <3

January 20, 2010
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We need you help CNN please we have an orphanage in haiti calls orphanage to save childrens of haiti the been victims from the earthquake they are in dangers situation right now they age are from 1yr old to 13yrs old they  need medical attention.They need urgent care the bricks fell on them blood all over the body no food,no water,no blankets please i don't want them die please we are in ma looking for help for them please they address is route Ona-ville Rosembert 4 Bon-Repos Rue Bishop Lazarre #6.

January 20, 2010
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God has not forsaken us was his words to me last week when I read my bible. I heard that Jamaica wants to take in some haitians; but my friends from there told me when the Haitians went there years ago and stayed in their camps, they were mistreated and were fed donkey meats and were told that it were beef. And also the new government there were given ransom of a $1,000 Jamaican currency to catch any haitians and their Country to send them back. I don't believe their offer is genuine, and my people need compassion now more than ever to be sent somewhere to be mistreated and look down upon. Even people in America are complainning that they don't want these poor people to come to their Country and taking their jobs. And such an evident crisis I don't believe anybody is coming here to steal anybody's job.

January 20, 2010
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we need your help CNN. I know that CNN staff are trying to do their best, but i'm a little bit concerned.The people living in Canape Vert Ste Marie have not been brought any foods nor water yet.I just think if everycity or everyone is being fed with anything ,those ones up there should also be part of it.

Please can anyone fing a way to bring them something to eat and drink. This is where most of my family is. They really need it, thank you

January 20, 2010
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Sisters of St Joseph de Cluny need food/water/medical supplies urgently; they are located in the Sainte Rose de Lima school on Ave John Brown.................

 

CDTI (Turgeau): Dr Reynolds and Gina don't have anymore X-Rays films. 100 injured survivors needing X-rays. Call 509-3525-9295 #haiti......................

 

Urgent!!! Haiti help needed in Thorland Carrefour; local Soeurs Salésiennes; A 5 month pregnant woman Mme Raymond Dieudonné needs assistance after ascaping from a 3 floor building. Contact : 509 3834-9190// 3456-0011 dieudonneraymond@yahoo.fr..........................

January 20, 2010
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All I can say is, I know Port-aux-Prince is a big place but the help needs to spread out. My family lives no more then 10 mins from the airport, 8 days later no help has touched their area. Though, thank the lord above most of the houses in that area are still standing, people are too scared to sleep in them. The smell of dead bodies are killing them and they don't really know what to do and don't know if help will ever get to them. I spoke to my aunt and she's in tears, with no where to go and no help and food will be running out soon. If the rescue team in Haiti manage to spread out a little, that area might be save. Their location is on ROUTE DE L'AEROPORT (airport road), RUE BRENOR PROPHEt... if anyone read this and wants to help.

January 20, 2010
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THANKS CNN FOR ALL THE NEWS I LOVE ANDERSON COOPER HE DOES A GREAT JOB OF REPORTING. I DO NOT WANT TO HEAR ANY THING ABOUT THE SENATE RACE. THAT IS SO NOT NEEDED. I WOULD LOVE TO KNOW HOW WE CAN HELP HAITI. WHY HAS OBAMA SENT 100MM IN AID AND THE HAITIANS ARE NOT GETTING THE SUPPLIES WHERE IS THE NATIONAL GUARD?

January 21, 2010
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I could care less about celebrity publicity. Celebrities take Yachts on vactions and to waste money..What I don't understand is all the supplies that is so-called stuck at the air port can be transported by Yacht, then shipped in on a smaller boat to land. If the media get all the camera out maybe they can make more space. They same way they came in , when they came did they just bring themselves and equipment, because it would have been very helpful if when they fly in if they could have brought IV's and medicine. Haitians are trying to make their own boat to sail away there is a means right there for the National safe guard to get up an hospital on the Yachts. Why does it not seem useful now? Why don't the US take over the providence. Like we have Puerto Rico, allow the to stay independent, as a US providence?

January 21, 2010
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There is an empty hospital 75 miles from Port-Au-Prince, ready to treat quake victims! Media or people in need, please contact Tim 413-241-6526, ttraynor1948@gmail.com. They have food, housing, full staffed trauma unit, and so far, only 4 victims to treat. Please help spread the word.

January 21, 2010
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For more additional success unreported rescue success stories please log on http://www.jw-media.org/

 

Witnesses’ relief efforts well under way for victims of earthquake in Haiti

 

NEW YORK—Jehovah’s Witnesses are actively providing local and international assistance for victims of the massive earthquake that struck Haiti on the evening of January 12, 2010.

 

In cooperation with local authorities and other relief agencies, the Witnesses organized to help meet the immediate needs of their fellow worshippers and other victims in Haiti and care for them. The Witnesses’ branch office in the Dominican Republic quickly sent six tons of food and medical supplies to the branch office in Haiti. These supplies were received the morning after the disaster. Witnesses at the Haiti branch office then prepared 700 bags with basic necessities. These bags, weighing 10 kilograms (just over 22 pounds) each and providing 2,800 meals, were transported to Kingdom Halls of Jehovah’s Witnesses that were designated as relief distribution centers. From the first shipment, three-day rations were distributed to 4,700 people. This was followed by twice-daily shipments of relief materials, including boxes of clothing.

 

Arrangements were also made to send fellow Witnesses who are medical professionals from the Dominican Republic to Haiti to assist in rendering urgently needed care. An Assembly Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses remained intact after the quake and is now serving as a temporary clinic and medical center for the injured. Three different Kingdom Halls in the affected area are being used similarly, with local Haitian Witnesses who are doctors providing medical attention. At these makeshift facilities, efforts are made to stabilize the patients’ condition. However, if the injuries are so severe that the patient needs a procedure that would use equipment and/or medication beyond what the Witnesses have on hand, arrangements are made to transport such a critical care patient to nearby hospitals. Initially, 12 Witnesses were transported to a hospital in Jimaní, Dominican Republic, near the border with Haiti. Critical care patients are now being taken to a hospital farther away, in Barahona, Dominican Republic, approximately 50 miles from the border. The Witnesses’ assistance in caring for the medical needs of their fellow worshippers and others is proving to be valuable, since several hospitals in Haiti were destroyed by the quake and the remaining area hospitals are overwhelmed. Two teams of Jehovah’s Witnesses who are medical professionals from France, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States volunteered to travel to Haiti and to work directly with the relief efforts that the branch offices in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are coordinating. These teams are expected to arrive by Tuesday, January 19.

 

There are an estimated 10,000 of Jehovah’s Witnesses in the disaster area. Sadly, the latest reports from the Haiti branch office confirm that the death toll among the Witnesses now stands at 103, and that number is expected to rise as more reports are received. The Witnesses continue coordinating their international relief efforts from their world headquarters in Brooklyn. The Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses is caring for these expenses by utilizing funds donated to the Witnesses’ worldwide work.

 

Media contact: J. R. Brown, telephone: (718) 560-5600

 

Last updated 19 January 2010 18:12:19

January 21, 2010
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Thank you CNN for such a good coverage. The Haitian people in the US and other countries will be forever grateful!

January 24, 2010
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website with about 1.500 pics (only faces) of people seen alive after the quake - perhaps this will help you to find a missing loved one.

 

http://home.arcor.de/michel_k/haiti/index.htm

January 24, 2010
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I want to know why American Medical Aid workers from Delaware where just thrown out of OR's and mash hospital facilities they set up by the French "Doctor without Boarders" Group!!

January 26, 2010
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pls sent food to people in 91  pernier fatima, petion ville  , they are hungry pls pls

January 26, 2010
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Warm, safe and sheltered by love I cry everyday to be able to share it with all that have been affected in the Haiti quake. It makes you think twice to take advantage of our everyday luxuries here in Ontario, Canada. My friend adopted a little girl from Haiti 2 yrs ago and she's the most beautiful little thing. I too a single mom of a 15 yr old can only imagine the fright of not knowing where your child is or losing them. We need to get these innocent children to safety. We have so many loving homes with doors and hearts wide open. This is going to be physically and mentally draining for them and we need to do something about it. Anyway I can help I will.

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January 27, 2010
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As I watch more off CNN and Anderson Cooper (god love your hearts for ur work) They now each day are more scared for these children about trafficers to sell these children left orphaned. If such a scare we need to start being serious about getting them in homes whether Canadian or American, temporary or permanent. We are out there waiting to help them. Let us.

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February 5, 2010
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I along with my daughter purchased Pediasure and Pampers in large amounts for shipment to Haiti. I have yet to find a location to send non-perishable goods for those people. I know they have kids, I know the kids are soiled and hungry but yet, everybody is asking for money and nobody is taking diapers and formula. Whats the problem, are they only interested in buying it themselves? Whats wrong with regular folk buying it and wanting to make sure it gets to the proper person?

February 6, 2010
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I know that they have trained dogs to help and find the people but they should invent something to help find them. There should be some person that will have an idea to help them.

 

Jenna Lakeside middle school.

February 6, 2010
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I wish that i could help! :(

February 9, 2010
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Arkansas FEMA Trailers Info

 

We must generate some discussion regarding this info posted by the person named "gotdirt". The trailers will serve well in Haiti, instead of getting wasted in Arkansas. If we make some noise, maybe they can give away some of them to Haiti.

 

Bernie

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WE MUST HELP PEOPLE BEFORE DIE.I DONT UNDERSTAND USGS.I SEND THEM MANY EARTHQUAKE DATE BEFORE HAPPEND 48 HOURS AGO.THEY DID NOT HELP ME.I SAY AGAIN I HAVE A SYSTEM TO SEE EARTHQUAKE BEFORE HAPPEN 48 HOURS AGO.AND I MEASURE MAGNITUTE.MY EMAİL İS life.george@hotmail.com.I MUST HELP PEOPLE .IF YOU LOVE YOUR BABY I AM READY TO HELP PEOPLE.

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WE MUST HELP PEOPLE BEFORE DIE.I DONT UNDERSTAND USGS.I SEND THEM MANY EARTHQUAKE DATE BEFORE HAPPEND 48 HOURS AGO.THEY DID NOT HELP ME.I SAY AGAIN I HAVE A SYSTEM TO SEE EARTHQUAKE BEFORE HAPPEN 48 HOURS AGO.AND I MEASURE MAGNITUTE.MY EMAİL İS life.george@hotmail.com.I MUST HELP PEOPLE .IF YOU LOVE YOUR BABY I AM READY TO HELP PEOPLE.I MUST CONTACT TO PRF OF PHYSİC PRF.PLEASE CONTAT ME TO HELP PEOPLE.

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