No Burials for Haiti’s Dead

Titanyen, Haiti—Down a rocky dirt road in a valley tucked inside green, soft-rolling hills, Haiti is disposing of its dead.

Swollen and putrid, they are stacked in piles amid rebar, doors, chairs, bed frames and trash. The cadaver of one woman hangs upside down on a pile of concrete rubble, likely the same load that killed her. Another woman’s body lies bloated, directly in the path of the white garbage trucks that are filing in to dump their loads of bodies and other detritus from the quake. Read More

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