21 ene. 2010

La sete.

Across town two more women were pulled from a collapsed university building, while in another part of the capital a Mexican-led team freed Ena Zizi, a 69-year-old who was attending a meeting at the residence of Haiti's Catholic archbishop when the earthquake struck.
In the darkness she had spoken with a priest who also was trapped but he fell silent after a few days, leaving her alone. "I talked only to my boss, God," she said, lying on a foil thermal blanket, her hair coated in white dust. "And I didn't need any more humans."
"I'm all right, sort of," she said.
(Port-au-Prince resilience shown as survivors still emerging)

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