A Los Angeles County urban search and rescue task force deployed to Haiti Thursday has already rescued six people trapped in rubble following the nation's devastating earthquake.
The county fire department reports that the team, dubbed USA-2, used its search dogs to find the victims. The first three rescues happened "in a three-story multi-family dwelling along the western border of Port-au-Prince," according to a county fire statement.
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