Stan Brock is one of the many people who are frustrated that more hasn’t been done in Haiti. Overcoming tremendous odds, including red tape, he and other American volunteers literally jumped to do the impossible in Haiti.

After hearing about the lack of doctors and the deadly cholera epidemic, Brock had had enough.

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Head of a Tennessee-based non-profit organization called Remote Area Medical, Stan Brock flew a C-47 that had flown during D-day to parachute volunteers into the village. He then escorted a medical team from Arlington, Virginia up the road he opened.

Over the next few days, these volunteers treated 1300 patients. Brock’s outrageous plan proves a can-do spirit and human kindness can change even Haiti’s suffering.

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