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In Haitian town, aid is but a rumor

Survivors help each other in ruins far from Port-au-Prince

In Leogane, Presnel Regis helped her brother, Dovilus Andre, whose leg was broken during the earthquake. In Leogane, Presnel Regis helped her brother, Dovilus Andre, whose leg was broken during the earthquake. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / February 1, 2010

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LEOGANE, Haiti - Two tortuous hours west of the battered streets of Port-au-Prince, in a fly-infested encampment at the rural epicenter of the earthquake, 20-year-old Marie Ange Toussaint held her daughter, born a day after the disaster. (Full article: 892 words)

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