The death toll in Haiti topped 2,200 today in the wake of last week’s 7.2 magnitude earthquake. Hundreds of people are still missing with thousands injured and structures destroyed across the nation’s southwestern peninsula. Naftalay Louis from the city of Jeremie joins to discuss the region’s unpreparedness for this disaster and the challenges of aid efforts in the area.
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