TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The January 12 earthquake in Haiti left more than 300,000 deadand many more without food or housing.
It's estimated that more than 1.5 million survivors still livein tent cities and camps around the devastated capital ofPort-au-Prince.
One local volunteer said many Haitians are still in need ofshelter and other help as hurricane season nears.
"I can't see how even all the rubble has been pulled away,without even taking a count of all the human lives that have beenchanged," volunteer Karen Henderson said.
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