Jan. 21, 2010
by Hilary Leila Krieger
Cantave Jean-Baptiste had just left work last Tuesday afternoon in Port-au-Prince and was maneuvering his car through rush hour traffic when he felt a huge jolt that propelled his vehicle through the air.
"I felt like a very big truck hit my car, but when I turned back I didn't see any car," recalled Jean-Baptiste.
His vehicle had landed with a hard thud. He then noticed that a six-story school beside him had collapsed and people all around him were screaming and crying.
Slowly he realized that he had just experienced a massive earthquake, surviving without so much as a scratch. Read more . . .