[frame align=”right”] [/frame]Team from  Saco River Medical Group helps out after devastating earthquake in Haiti

On Tuesday January 12, 2010, at 4:53pm a 7.0 earthquake struck the capital city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The epicenter was located in the town of Leogane, 16miles west of Port-au-Prince. The earthquake essentially leveled Port-au-Prince (PaP) and surrounding areas, killing at least 270,000 people, and leaving approximately 3 million survivors to live on the streets and try to eke out an existence amid the piles of debris.

One month later Emily, Heidi and Frank traveled to Port-au-Prince with medical supplies and survival gear to help in whatever way they could.

Read more about Geomed-Haiti at: http://www.geomedhaitifoundation.org

 

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