Aid Starts to Pour into Haiti after Devastating Earthquake

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Rescue teams, doctors and food supplies are landing in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and more is on the way from all over the world. The next 24 hours are being called "critical" to reducing the human catastrophe. A Chinese rescue team landed at the airport, but it took six hours to unload a plane because the airport lacked the needed equipment. We get an update on relief and rescue efforts.

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Guests:
Daniel Fitzgerald - Associate Professor of Medicine, Cornell University's Weill Medical College, Louis Belanger - Media Officer, Oxfam International, Russel Honore - retired US Army lieutenant general - @ltgrusselhonore

Host:
Warren Olney