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President Obama and Florida Gov. Charlie Crist appear on the stage at a Fort Myers, Fla., town hall meeting in February 2009. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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It wasn't hit as hard as Port-au-Prince, but Jacmel lost many buildings in the earthquake. Amy Walters/NPR hide caption

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A Haitian vendor walks past a collapsed building in Jacmel on Tuesday, a week after the country was shattered by a massive magnitude-7 earthquake. The Haitian government said 70,000 bodies had been buried in mass graves since the quake flattened much of the impoverished Caribbean nation, triggering a massive humanitarian crisis. Officials fear the eventual death toll could top 200,000. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sarla Chand, 65, from New Jersey, is in good condition after being rescued from the collapsed Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince on Thursday. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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