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January 13th, 2010
05:50 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 1/12/10

Editor's Note: After last night's coverage of the earthquake in Haiti, we received thanks from many of you for staying live and covering the earthquake in depth. Viewers mentioned that “other networks pale in comparison” with the coverage. Thanks were also heard for Chad Myers for his informative disaster coverage. Many of you also wished Anderson and other CNN staffers well on their way to Haiti.

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How can we as Haitian Americans help Haiti, we are even willing to travel to Haiti to HELP!!!!!!!!!!

I'm so impressed with CNN's coverage with the Haiti earthquake. I was already a fan but a solid fan now. The other networks pale in comparison and can't seem to talk about anything but politics. Thanks so much for your coverage.

This Chad guy covering the Haiti earthquake is very good. He's one of the most informative people I've seen on disaster coverage.

Thank you for covering the quake from Haiti. There is so much pain in the world and you are always there to reach out to people and tell their story. Have a safe trip tonight, be careful and come back safe and sound. I'll be praying for you along with my Mom. God bless you and all those affected by this terrible disaster.

Great coverage tonight of the tragedy in Haiti. Thank you for all of the pertinent information. Please give Anderson my best and wish him safe travel. He has a lot of people who care about his welfare and I hope he is well protected. Thank you again for everything you do.

It was reassuring to hear Wyclef say that AC was going to Haiti and Anderson respond that he hoped to leave in 2 hours. It's comforting to think of him like that, hearing the news and making travel plans immediately. I was thinking the same thing Anderson did: if the palace is badly damaged, what hopes do the buildings that, doubtless, weren't built as well and with the same quality of materials stand?


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  1. Susan Redfeather

    I am an RN who has worked in Haiti in the past and speak creole. I am willing to go down there and help. Can someone link me with people who are going?

    January 13, 2010 at 5:17 pm |