Scenes from the Streets of Port au Prince Haiti

Haiti building

Men walk by a building that collapsed during the earthquake that smashed Port-au-Prince. Catholic Relief Services headquarters in Port-au-Prince also suffered some structural damage. Photo by Lane Hartill/CRS

Haiti fuel

Haitians line up for fuel in the Delmas neighborhood of Port au Prince. Fuel is quickly running out in the aftermath of the earthquake that rattled the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. Photo by Lane Hartill/CRS

Haiti men

Russell Gedeon Jr., left, and his father Russell Gedeon Sr. stand outside a printing plant that collapsed in Port-au-Prince. Russell Jr. who grew up during his teen years in Boca Raton, Fla., made a sign to alert the passing Marines for help. He said they rescued four people. He believed one person was still inside. Photo by Lane Hartill/CRS

Haiti water

Haitians line up for water outside the La Plaza Hotel in Port-au-Prince on Saturday. Water is difficult to find following the earthquake that left tens of thousands of dead and affected more than 3 million people. Photo by Lane Hartill/CRS

Leaving Haiti

Thousands of Haitians are fleeing the city of Port au Prince. On the Saturday following the quake, the streets are full of people carrying luggage and hanging onto vehicles leaving the city. Photo by Lane Hartill/CRS

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