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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

CNN's Haiti Earthquake Coverage: Campbell Brown

Here are just a few of the reports that air during Campbell Brown tonight as part of CNN's coverage of the earthquake in Haiti:

Ivan Watson filed a report from a clinic:

During a live report, Sanjay Gupta stated that he heard gunshots.

Gary Tuchman reported on the after shocks:

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shirley said...

Hi Campbell..
In listening to your broadcast..I was stunned by the statistic that over 50% of the population in Haiti is under the age of 18..
What is the statustic in the US?

Your coverage today has been amazing with is the most to give us a real life look at the devestation..

Anonymous said...

@Shirley: Really, you live in the US. Haiti is one of the poorest countries. That is why people die so is just common sense.
Our life span is far better and so is our life. Older people, such as the baby boomer generation, will soon out live the regular population because their numbers are greater. If you don't believe that, google it, but I'd wait until the cenus is taken to prove it.