Tonight on 360°, Anderson has more raw reporting from Haiti. Everywhere he goes survivors are desperate for water, food and to get word to their loved ones that they are okay, that they are the lucky ones, somehow they survived the earthquake.
We'll also show you the race to save those still trapped in the rubble. You'll meet some of the rescue teams working against the clock. Some, as you'll see, are winning by pulling survivors out of the massive piles of debris.
There's also the battle doctors are facing in Haiti. We'll show you what our own Dr. Sanjay Gupta faced today as he was called to help a wounded 15-day old baby. He was able to help, but there are not enough doctors, not enough medicine or equipment. Many of the hospitals are gone and now massive piles of bricks.
Another awful reality is that the dead are everywhere you turn. Anderson met a man taking his daughter to be buried. She's one of the up to 50,000 people estimated to have been killed by the quake, according to the American Red Cross. But she's not a number or a statistic to his tragedy, she's a cherished daughter, whose father is in mourning, like so many people in this Caribbean nation.
Join us for these stories and much more tonight at 10 pm. ET.
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