Haiti: Danish UN Worker Pulled Alive from Rubble
Each amazing rescue is a miracle, and this continues today with the dramatic rescue of a Danish UN worker, Jens Kristensen, who was retreived from the rubble on a stretcher, but with barely a scratch.
This raises hopes that there may be others still to be found alive on the fifth day after the earthquake that devastated Port au Prince, the capital of Haiti.
A member of the UN forces says the man, named as Jen Kristensen, was rescued without a scratch.
In the clearest explanation yet of why there is still insufficient aid going into Haiti, the Red Cross says it is because search and rescue is still the number one priority.
The Red Cross says in the last 12 hours, 40 people have been pulled from the rubble alive.