PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) - Rescuers have pulled two more survivors from a collapsed supermarket in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Officials say both people are in stable condition, and that they were able to survive for so long by eating food that had been
trapped with them.
Earlier in the day, a policeman reported that three other people had been rescued from the rubble.
A 16-year-old Dominican girl who was found in the ruins of a small hotel was among the other survivors found Sunday. A U.N.
official is holding out hope that more rescues will be made Monday.
On the streets of the capital, meanwhile, frustration over the relief effort is growing.
Water was delivered to more people around the capital, but food and medicine are still scarce. More people are dying in the
streets. Authorities are warning that looting and violence could
One aid group blames a bottleneck at the airport, which is now under the control of the U.S. military.
The U.S. commander there tells NBC he's trying to "open up other ways to get in here." As part of that effort, the U.S. Coast
Guard is working to make repairs to the harbor in Port-au-Prince,
so relief supplies can come through there.