Help Isn't Coming Fast Enough in Haiti

Monday, January 18, 2010

After the quake, help can't come fast enough as Haitians wait for basic needs, like water and food, to reach them. 12,000 U.S. troops are expected to be on the ground in Haiti by the end of the day. 100,000 is the expected death toll right now. The BBC's Nick Davis describes the stepped up relief effort and updates the security situation.


The BBC has been reporting from Haiti all weekend. We hear the voices from some the people most affected by the earth quake.


Nick Davis

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