As incredible as it sounds, a month after the devastating quake, there is still hope of finding survivors in the ruble.
"A man pulled alive from the rubble of a building in Haiti's capital this week may have been trapped since the earthquake struck more than four weeks ago, doctors have said.
The discovery came nearly a month after the magnitude-7.0 earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince on January 12, killing more than 150,000 people and rendering 1.5 million homeless.
Haiti's government declared search-and-rescue efforts over on January 23, but survivors still were being unearthed as late as January 27. It is estimated 140 people had been rescued from the rubble in total."
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