Haiti, an open wound, still bleeds

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Haiti, an open wound, still bleeds

Durango surgeon who served on aid mission sees recovery floundering
Dr. Ron Ritz of Durango spent eight days working in Hôpital Saint Antoine Bordes in Jérémie on an aid trip in February.
All photos courtesy of Dr. Ron Ritz
Haitians wait on a wharf in Jérémie where a boat bringing refugees would dock.
Hôpital Saint Antoine Bordes in Jérémie, where Dr. Ron Ritz spent eight days on an aid trip in February.
A street scene in earthquake-damaged Port-au-Prince.
The San Carlos Hotel sits in ruins in Port-au-Prince.
The presidential palace in Port-au-Prince sits damaged after the earthquake.
A woman carries belongings through the streets of Jérémie, where Dr. Ron Ritz spent eight days on an aid trip in February.
A mob scene awaits passengers leaving the airport in Port-au-Prince.

Haiti, an open wound, still bleeds

Dr. Ron Ritz of Durango spent eight days working in Hôpital Saint Antoine Bordes in Jérémie on an aid trip in February.
All photos courtesy of Dr. Ron Ritz
Haitians wait on a wharf in Jérémie where a boat bringing refugees would dock.
Hôpital Saint Antoine Bordes in Jérémie, where Dr. Ron Ritz spent eight days on an aid trip in February.
A street scene in earthquake-damaged Port-au-Prince.
The San Carlos Hotel sits in ruins in Port-au-Prince.
The presidential palace in Port-au-Prince sits damaged after the earthquake.
A woman carries belongings through the streets of Jérémie, where Dr. Ron Ritz spent eight days on an aid trip in February.
A mob scene awaits passengers leaving the airport in Port-au-Prince.
In this series

Today: Locals aid in medical relief
Thursday: Durango efforts assist reconstruction
Friday: Two Haitian children complete local family

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