Project Medishare | Aftershock hits Haiti one week after 7.0 quake
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Aftershock hits Haiti one week after 7.0 quake

  |   Earthquake Response

By Jennifer Browning

A strong aftershock reported at a magnitude of 6.0 struck Haiti today 35 miles outside Port-au-Prince as aid is scheduled to come in today.

Offering a state-of-the-art hospital, the USNS Comfort is to arrive midmorning. U.S. helicopters will ferry patients aboard, bringing relief to overloaded hospitals and clinics.

Project Medishare/UM Global Institute’s doctors has been on the ground in Haiti for a week. Co-founder Dr. Barth Green is helping coordinate all international medical relief. To support Project Medishare click here.