Five days after the earthquake in Haiti, rescuers are still finding survivors.
CNN's Ivan Watson was outside a collapsed supermarket in Port-au-Prince where three people were rescued today, and the search continued for two others.
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From CNN Meteorologist Jacqui Jeras:
Like many Americans, I am heartbroken over the devastation and tragic stories coming out of Port au Prince and I want to help. So, instead of being the typical meteorologist today, I have been working the CNN Haiti Missing Desk in an effort to reconnect families. I have been poring through www.cnn.com/haitimissing and talking with people who are still searching for loved ones, and others who have found them, but still need help. I was privileged to speak with Cassandre Lorvanis. She is a Haitian native who has been living and working in Massachusetts for the past six years. Her three children have thankfully been found OK, but her fiancé is missing and presumed dead. A neighbor in Port au Prince is currently watching her children, ages 23 months, 8 years and 10 years, but says she can’t care for them any longer as there is no food, water or shelter. Lorvanis is desperately trying to find a way to get them to the U.S. Here is her story…
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