The Today Show interviewed Frank Thorpe Jr. from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti about the devastating earthquake that has leveled the capitol of the country. Thorpe's wife Jillian was doing missionary work in Port-Au-Prince at the time of the earthquake and was buried in rubble. Thorpe was near the city at the time, and rushed to the capitol and helped to pull his wife from the rubble. She had been trapped for over 10 hours. She does not appear to have serious injuries.
Thorpe described the aftermath of the earthquake as "worse than a war zone" and said "there are people dying in the streets."
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