PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti. (WTHI) - "Things aren't back to normal, but certainly improving,"American Red Cross worker Winne Romeril said Thursday.
News 10 spoke with Romeril who is stationed in Port Au Prince,Haiti as part of the massive relief effort.
The 7.0 earthquake last week left the city in ruins and millionshomeless.
Romeril says the Red Cross is still in greatest need for money.Every $10 text donation buys a day-long kit that treats 15-20people a day. She says that is really saving lives.
Some roads are finally clearing of rubble and people arestarting to recover according to Romeril.
A global telethon called "Hope for Haiti" will air right here onCBS Friday at 8p.m. EST. Celebrities have volunteered to host anddonation information will be broadcasted.
If you need information to contact family in Haiti or learn thestatus of
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