Depth 13 km</li></li></ul><li>Destroyed buildings <br />Damaged buildings in Jacmel<br /> Collapsed buildings in Port-au-Prince<br /> Destroyed house<br />
National Palace<br />A U.S. Navy helicopter lands in front of the damaged presidential palace in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.<br />Trash litters the lawn of the damaged National Palace in Port-au-Prince six days after the earthquake.<br />
Survivors<br />A woman is rescued alive from rubble several days after the initial quake<br />A ferry overloaded with residents departs a small port Tuesday in Port-au-Prince<br />Survivors in small boats evacuate Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.<br />
Many orphans <br />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.<br />
People willing to help <br />Heavy-lifting helicopters ferry water from the offshore flotilla, 15 January <br />U.S. Marines arrive Tuesday in Leogane, a town west of the capital that also suffered widespread damage<br />U.N. forces help distribute food to displaced Haitians on Friday, January 15<br />
<ul><li>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.