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PHOTO GALLERY: Haiti earthquake photo update (from Reuters)

Following the devastating earthquake in Haiti on the 12th of January, the MSF medical teams in Port-au-Prince have been treating very large numbers of people. Well over a thousand patients have been through the four tented facilities that MSF has set up near the damaged buildings that it used to work in. Many come to them with fractures, head injuries and other major trauma from the quake.

The images below have been supplied by Reuters news agency. Please note, some images are very distressing.

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Residents sleep in the street after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince. January 2010.

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An injured child receives medical treatment after an earthquake in Port-au- Prince. January 2010.

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A injured resident waits for medical attention after an earthquake in Port-au- Prince. January 2010.

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An injured man carries his dead daughter after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince. January 2010.

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Injured people rest outside Port-au- Prince's cathedral after an earthquake. January 2010.

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Residents pass by collapsed buildings after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince. January 2010.

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An injured resident waits for medical attention after an earthquake in Port-au- Prince. January 2010.

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Residents search for victims after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince. January 2010.

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A group of volunteers move aid supplies from a truck to a Venezuelan Army plane as it prepares to leave for Haiti at the Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas. January 2010.

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Resident search for survivors among the debris after an earthquake in Port-au- Prince. January 2010.

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Residents rest on the street after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince. January 2010.

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Residents help a survivor from the Montana hotel after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince. January 2010.

 

 

 

 

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