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January 24th, 2010
07:08 PM ET

Phone app helps trapped father survive

Alone in the darkness beneath layers of rubble, Dan Woolley felt blood streaming from his head and leg. Then he remembered - he had an app for that.

He followed the instructions to bandage his wounds and keep himself awake.

Then, for days, he waited. And he wrote a goodbye note to his family, telling them, "Don't be upset at God."

To read his story of survival, click here.

Below is my interview with Dan Woolley, who is back at home, grateful for every minute with his wife and two young children.


Filed under: Haiti Quake • Josh Levs
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  1. J. D. Padget

    Why leave all those impoverished people to repeat and repeat the devistation that they have suffered? Why spend all that money to rebuild when all those remaining people could live a much better life by relocating them throughout countries where they could build a much better life for themselves and their families. That would be a much better use of our and other countries money and really help those people.

    January 24, 2010 at 8:02 pm |