Relief is slowly beginning to funnel into catastrophe-ridden Haiti, as residents continue to dig through the debris hoping to find any survivors in the aftermath of a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake that may have left hundreds of thousands dead.
With massive damage to all infrastructure, transportation in and out of the impoverished country is extremely difficult.
Santo Domingo, a city in the Dominican Republic, which shares an island with the disaster ravaged Haiti, has been a launch pad for those desperately trying to help in the relief efforts — and those desperate to find loved ones they haven’t heard from for days.
Clyde Vanel, the son of Haitian immigrants who ran for Queens city council in November, is one of those individuals both trying to help his family and his community…
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