Grim Search Continues, Death Toll Still Unknown
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
And the major story we're following this morning is the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti. NPR's Carrie Kahn has been walking around the Haitian city of Port-au-Prince this morning.
CARRIE KAHN: I'm on a hillside right now that is just collapsed building on collapsed building and rebars sticking out. You see limbs, you see bodies hanging out, you see relatively desperately trying to save - to get their (unintelligible) very few people still alive we've come across.
INSKEEP: That's one glimpse of Port-au-Prince from NPR's Carrie Kahn, who tells us the destruction reaches as far as she can see. And we'll hear more from Carrie throughout the day.
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