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Bereft in rubble, they stagger, dig

Help has yet to reach most in crushed city

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By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / January 15, 2010

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The men hacked at the debris of what once was the Good Samaritan School with crowbars, sticks, shovels, and bare hands. The night before, they had heard voices through the heap of mangled concrete, and dropped food through the crevices to sustain hoped-for survivors. Yesterday, they heard nothing. (Full article: 1132 words)

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