Len Gengel, a contractor from Massachusetts, and Dr. Paul Dougherty, a renowned ophthalmologist in Beverly Hills, may have come from completely different worlds, but a common mission to help others brought them both to earthquake-ravaged Haiti. Both men had lost a child and felt a responsibility to
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Two years ago today the devastating 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti. The Haitian government reported that an estimated 316,000 people had died, 300,000 had been injured and 1 million made homeless. Photographer Eric Kruszewski traveled to Gramothe Haiti, a small Haitian mountain village 13 miles from
Supermodel brings support to country still suffering after 2010 earthquake.
A year and a half later, Haiti is still reeling from the devastation caused by the earthquake that struck the country in the late afternoon on January 12, 2010. ABC News has followed up repeatedly with the still-ravaged country , this week traveling to Port au Prince, the capital of Haiti, with
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