Dispatch: Aftershock hits Haiti

    There was more trauma for quake survivors today, in the form of an aftershock that is now measured at 5.9 — matching the strongest of the tremors that have followed last week’s huge quake.

    WHYY’s Susan Phillips is traveling with a team of doctors from Cooper University Hospital which are in the Dominican Republic town of Jimani, on the border with Haiti. Dave Heller spoke with Susan following the aftershock.

     

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