Huffpost WorldPost

Sarla Chand, New Jersey Woman, Rescued After Being Trapped In Rubble For 50 Hours In Haiti (VIDEO)

Posted: Updated:

An American aid worker from New Jersey who was trapped in Port-au-Prince's Hotel Montana has been rescued after 50 hours buried in the rubble. Sarla Chand, who is from Teaneck, was freed by French firefighters. CBS has a report on the rescue:

Read the latest news on the earthquake in Haiti HERE

Get HuffPost World On Facebook and Twitter!

Around the Web

NJ Aid Worker Found Alive Underneath Haiti Rubble

Relief crews struggle to reach Haiti earthquake victims

Racing Against Time, Rescuers Score Some Successes In Port-au-Prince

Tales of Survival Emerge in Haiti