Another amazing story of survival in Haiti. A five-year-old boy named Monley was found alive in the rubble of his home today. His mother was killed and his father is missing. Monley was taken to a hospital where doctors say he has no broken bones, but he is suffering from severe dehydration.
Anderson was at the hospital when Monley arrived this afternoon. He got details on the rescue from his family.
"The uncle was actually searching through the rubble, looking for the dead body of his brother, this boy's father. The uncle, with four of his friends, not some international search and rescue team, pulled out the little boy," Anderson reported earlier today.
Anderson went to the hospital to see how the doctors and patients were coping after a magnitude 5.9 aftershock this afternoon.
"They actually ended up having to evacuate all the patients from General Hospital and put them in the courtyard of the hospital. And they had been sitting out in the sun, getting dehydrated. I mean, it is - it is a mess there today," Anderson said.
We'll have an update for you on the hospital conditions tonight on 360°.
Partners in Health is worried about the health conditions in Haiti. It issued a warning on its Web site today that as many as 20,000 people might be dying every day from infections. We'll talk it over with Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
We're also looking at how senior citizens are coping with the crisis. 360's Gary Tuchman visited a nursing home today in Port-au-Prince. 80 men and women lived there before the quake. Six died, 74 survived, but seeing how they're surviving is difficult. It's a story that we feel must be told.
And, tonight, we'll take you outside of Port-au-Prince to see the damage in the town of Leogane, due west of the capital. Anderson will show you want he discovered when he found the rubble of a catholic school.
We're also following the fallout from the U.S. Senate vote in Massachussets. GOP Sam Brown has won the seat that Democrat Ted Kennedy held for nearly 50 years. What will Brown's election mean for the Democrats fight for health care reform? Wolf Blitzer will talk strategy with our political panel.
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