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    • 2010 Haiti earthquake
    • Location of Haiti
    • Where was the earthquake at?
      • January 12,2010 at 5:53 P.M
      • Magnitude 7.om
      • Estimated deaths up to 200,00
      • Depth 13 km
    • Destroyed buildings
      Damaged buildings in Jacmel
      Collapsed buildings in Port-au-Prince
      Destroyed house
    • National Palace
      A U.S. Navy helicopter lands in front of the damaged presidential palace in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.
      Trash litters the lawn of the damaged National Palace in Port-au-Prince six days after the earthquake.
    • Survivors
      A woman is rescued alive from rubble several days after the initial quake
      A ferry overloaded with residents departs a small port Tuesday in Port-au-Prince
      Survivors in small boats evacuate Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.
    • Many orphans
      Haitian children crying or injured or wandering the streets alone are heartbreaking. Many kind hearted people are willing to adopt this poor childrens that had suffer a lot on their short life.
    • People willing to help
      Heavy-lifting helicopters ferry water from the offshore flotilla, 15 January
      U.S. Marines arrive Tuesday in Leogane, a town west of the capital that also suffered widespread damage
      U.N. forces help distribute food to displaced Haitians on Friday, January 15
      • If you want to help the people in need you can text Haiti to 90999 and make a $10 donation to support the American Red Cross Haiti relief efforts.
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