WATCH: Coast Guard Continues to Medevac Critically Injured, Transport Emergency Responders to Haiti

Death Toll is now more than 1,000

ABOVE VIDEO: U.S. Coast Guard aircrews continue to medevac critically injured Haitian citizens from impacted areas to Port au Prince, Haiti, for a higher level of care.

(U.S. COAST GUARD) – U.S. Coast Guard aircrews continue to medevac critically injured Haitian citizens from impacted areas to Port au Prince, Haiti, for a higher level of care.

Coast Guard cutters are staged offshore of Haiti to give assistance in any capacity our federal partners and the Haitian Government request.

USCG crews and assets will be in-country helping to save lives for as long as our assistance is needed.

The Coast Guard will continue to coordinate with the U.S. Embassy in Haiti, USAID, and U.S. Southern Command, Joint Task Force-Haiti as additional resources are mobilized and surged to support relief efforts.

If people wish to volunteer and send donations, we recommend they visit cidi.org and coordinate with USAID volunteer and donation networks.

The Coast Guard will continue to coordinate with the U.S. Embassy in Haiti, USAID, and U.S. Southern Command, Joint Task Force-Haiti as additional resources are mobilized and surged to support relief efforts. (U.S. Coast Guard image)
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