Pierre Brisson is a businessman who lives in Petionville, the hilly suburbs of Haiti's capital. He was in his home when the earthquake struck, but his neighborhood suffered little damage. He talks to Melissa Block about relief efforts he has seen around the city. He says neighbors and friends are trying to rescue people trapped inside buildings. He says he has seen some people rescued, but he has also seen bodies of people placed on the asphalt waiting for removal.
Earthquake Survivor Recounts Experience
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