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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    ABC News' Kate Snow shares pictures of her kids to a group of children in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Snow was in Haiti reporting on the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010. It was the strongest earthquake to strike the nation in over a hundred years.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    This damaged cell phone tower makes it easy to see why communication was so difficult after the earthquake. Most Haitians use cell phones, not land lines, as their primary form of communication.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    Six-year-old Nazer is treated after being pulled from the rubble Sunday, Jan. 17. He survived five days in darkness. He is sucking on a damp piece of gauze, which rescuers from Miami-Dade gave him to slowly rehydrate.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    The day after being rescued from the rubble, on Monday, Jan. 18, Nazer, 6, sits alongside his family six days after the earthquake that struck Haiti. ABC News? Kate Snow said, "He and his mother and little brother were in the yard of hospital, all on one bed. He had water but no food. He told me he likes candy and going to church. He laughed at my bad French."
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    Nazer, his mother and 3-year-old brother Ricky rest outside a hospital in Port-au-Prince. His mother suffered back injuries during the earthquake and cannot sit or stand. Both hands are wounded, and she has an open gash on her leg.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    Children can be seen at what was once an outdoor market in the Canape Vert neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. It is now a refugee tent city.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    The ABC News team takes in Haiti. Haitian journalist John Jean Joseph, leaning at front, works as the team's translator. He says his family has been living out of his car after the earthquake. Soundman Jay Enyart, from left to right, producer Drew Millhon, Kate Snow and cameraman Peter Norton have been working on stories from Haiti since they arrived.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    A junior/senior high school in Leogane, Haiti, about 30 miles outside the capital of Port-au-Prince, is flattened. ABC News' Kate Snow says, "Notice the basketball court in front. A student at the school was staring at the school as we approached. I asked him what he was thinking about. He replied, 'My future.'"
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    ABC News' Kate Snow reports from Port-au-Prince. Snow spent eight days reporting in Haiti after the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated the Caribbean nation.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    A sign at an intersection in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, reads "We need help" in several languages after an earthquake ravaged the city.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    Blaze, a specially trained rescue dog with the Miami-Dade fire and rescue squad, sniffs for live human beings in a pile of rubble after the devastating earthquake in Port-au-Prince.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    ABC News' Kate Snow snaps an aerial photo of the destruction in Port-au-Prince from a helicopter as she leaves Haiti for the Dominican Republic after eight days of reporting.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    Bodies line the edge of a sidewalk in Port-au-Prince's Nazon district. Dump trucks came around at night to pick up the bodies.
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    A kindergarten classroom in Leogane shows the devastation after the earthquake. Not visible behind the dust and rubble is a sign on the chalkboard that reads, "Tuesday January 12. Love your God."
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  • Heartbreak and Hope: Photos from Haiti

    ABC News' Kate Snow says, "The Pouplard neighborhood of Port-au-Prince looks like the apocalypse. The pink house is not stable, but sitting on top of other destroyed structures. Rescuers from Miami-Dade are in the photo, looking for a baby."
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