VOA correspondent Brian Wager discusses a range of topics on the Haitian earthquake in an interview with VOA's Neil Currie from Port-au-Prince.

Wagner describes the enormous task of removing bodies from the city and the waiting of people for supplies.  He describes how some people are still trying to rescue victims trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings.

Wagner also decribes how the lack of electricity is affecting life for survivors and the possibility of food riots and looting if supplies don't reach survivors soon.

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