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January 31, 2010
Haiti earthquake survivor Annallise Reguero, 50, receives medical assistance from her son Jean Philippe...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Haiti earthquake survivor receives medical assistance during a commercial flight from the Dominican Republic...
Haiti earthquake survivor Annallise Reguero, 50, receives medical assistance from her son Jean Philippe Reguero, and Red Cross spokesperson Winnie Romeril, who happened to be on the same plane, during a commercial flight from the Dominican Republic to Miami January 31, 2010. Annallise, in shock since the January 12th quake, was brought to the U.S. by her son, a professional soccer player who paid their airfare. Critically injured Haitian earthquake victims are no longer being flown by the U.S. military for treatment in the United States, raising fears some will die in a dispute over where to treat them and who should pay the costs. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS SOCIETY)
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