January 13th, 2010
08:38 PM ET

Are you looking for loved ones in Haiti?

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Are you searching for a family member or friend in Haiti? Upload his or her photo and any relevant information here. And if you're in Haiti or know anything about the situation, please take a look through these photos and share in the comments any information you may have.

Additional resources:

If you're worried about a family member who may have been in the quake, contact the U.S. State Department Operations Center at 1-888-407-4747.

Did you experience the Haiti earthquake? Share your photos and stories here.

Join the EARTHQUAKE HAITI group on Facebook if you're looking for loved ones in Haiti.

Filed under: 360° Radar • Haiti
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  1. L JJ

    i like to help in the rescue effort in Haiti, i have no money i not really working now. i like to find any organization rescue mission going to Haiti to take me alone with them so that i can help in the rescue. i cant get there i have noway to get please help to help some one else in needs.

    I'm a US citizen with a valid passport, i am fluent English and Creole. A certify nursing assistant, fit and able care and help others please please. Red Cross, FEMA any one rescue please I'm ready to go now....

    January 13, 2010 at 5:36 pm |

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