“The streets are filled with screaming.”
Deaths from Saturday’s 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Haiti have soared to at least 1,297 people.
An unknown number of people are missing and about 5,700 have been injured, officials say.
Archdeacon Abiade Lozama, head of a church in Les Cayes, described the chaos to the New York Times while “people are searching, for loved ones or resources, medical help, water” amongst the devastation.
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