Dispatch: Jimani becoming key access point for earthquake relief

    Haitian refugees are streaming into the border town of Jimani in the Dominican Republic. The tiny town has become a key staging point for global relief efforts headed into Haiti. WHYY’s Susan Phillips is there with a medical team from Cooper University Hospital in Camden. She filed this report on Wednesday afternoon.

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