Jan. 19: Survivors wait, looting continues in Haiti

  • French aid group Secouristes Sans Frontieres work in the dust with Haitian rescuers to pull out earthquake survivor Hotteline Lozama, 26, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday night. FRANCOIS MORI/AP

  • Earthquake survivor Hotteline Lozama, 26,celebrates as she is carried by Haitian firefighters in an ambulance after she was pulled out from the rubble by French aid group Secouristes Sans Frontieres in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. FRANCOIS MORI/AP

  • Earthquake survivor Hotteline Lozama, 26, smiles as she was pulled out from the rubble by French aid group Secourist Sans Frontieres in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday night. FRANCOIS MORI/AP

  • *In this image provided by ACT Alliance, showing Oscar Oliva, a member of a Mexican search and rescue team, crying with joy as he embraces an unidentified fellow rescuer after the group pulled 69-year old woman Anna Zizi from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday. PAUL JEFFREY/AP

  • Oscar Oliva, a member of a Mexican search and rescue team, crying with joy as he embraces a fellow rescuer after the group pulled 69-year old woman Anna Zizi from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday. PAUL JEFFREY/AP

  • Earthquake victim Anna Zizi as she takes a drink of water after being carried alive from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday, one week after the city was reduced to ruins. Zizi was rescued from the collapsed home of the parish priest at Port-au-Prince's Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, by members of a Mexican search and rescue team, several of whom were in tears as they pulled the woman free from tons of rubble. PAUL JEFFREY/AP / HO

  • Earthquake victim Anna Zizi being carried alive from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday, one week after the city was reduced to ruins. Zizi was rescued from the collapsed home of the parish priest at Port-au-Prince's Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, by members of a Mexican search and rescue team, several of whom were seen in tears as they pulled the woman free from tons of rubble. PAUL JEFFREY/AP

  • Girls lead the line to get water near U.S. military in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A Haitian pastor introduces himself to U.S. soldiers as he walks by others standing in line in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Haitians begin to make line to get aid U.S. forces are distributing on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • Children stare at U.S. soldiers at an aid distribution site in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • Thousands make line to wait for water, as the U.S. military keeps order in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A woman get aid from the U.S. military in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • The U.S. military distributes aid to Haitian children in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A woman holds a child as she waits for aid from the U.S. military in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Police patrol to prevent looting in the heavily damaged downtown area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Thousands wait for aid from the U.S. military in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Thousands wait in line a U.S. armed forces (82nd Airborne) distribution site in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A group of boys wait in line for water at an aid distribution site in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • Children make line in hopes of getting water at an aid distribution site in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A woman holds a little girl while she makes line at an aid distribution site, as the U.S. military keeps order, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A man stands on top of a bus as he and other survivors make a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday, January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Survivors push their way on to a crowded bus to make a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday, January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Jackson Chery, 16, prepares to board of a bus loaded with fellow earthquake survivors to make a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Survivors are making a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Milcy Pierre Faril, 22, waits for a bus with fellow survivors to make a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Survivors make a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Genny Merginia, 8, waits with other survivors make a chaotic exit out of Port-au-Prince at the Kayes Bus Depot on Monday January 19, 2010 after the tremendous earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Benson, 11, right, an orphan, plays with a child who has found refuge with his family at Coram Deo Orphanage on Saturday, January 16, 2010. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Benson, 11, right, an orphan, plays with a child who has found refuge with his family at Coram Deo Orphanage on Saturday, January 16, 2010. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. Marines from Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines, distribute humanitarian aid rations and water to locals in Leogane, Haiti, Tuesday. JULIE JACOBSON / STF

  • Cracks from the Haiti earthquake run through the tiny village next to the mission where the US Navy and Marines are setting up relief efforts for earthquake victims on Tuesday, in Pandou, Haiti. STEVE EARLEY/AP

  • A photo provided by the US Navy shows a Haitian boy watching as rigid-hull inflatable boats from the amphibious dock landing ships USS Fort McHenry and USS Carter Hall arrive ashore Tuesday, at the New Hope Mission at Bonel, Haiti. KRISTOPHER WILSON/MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 2N/AP / HO

  • A local village woman carries a bundle of sticks on her head and watches as two U.S. Navy rigid hull inflatable boats and a landing craft utility carry relief supplies and personnel to the edge of the water on Tuesday, in Pandou, Haiti. STEVE EARLEY / MBR

  • Ensign Andrew Droody, far right, of the USS Carter Hall talks with some of the local villagers on the beach as a landing craft utility drops off supplies for relief efforts for earthquake victims on Tuesday, in Pandou, Haiti. To the left women are do their laundry in a small creek that runs to the beach. STEVE EARLEY / MBR

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • U.S. armed forces landed on the lawn of the Haitian National Palace. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • An armed police officer stands guard as suspected looters are placed in the back of a police pick-up truck in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Police arrest suspected looters and place them in the back of a police pick-up truck in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A man bursts into tears after police arrested him on Tuesday morning. Suspected looters are placed in the back of a police pick-up truck. Some men in this truck were denying the charges. CARL JUSTE

  • A man claims he is innocent of looting, after police arrested him in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A boy looks through a tent at a camp for earthquake survivors set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. JAE C. HONG/AP

  • People crowd at a makeshift camp for earthquake survivors set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday. A powerful earthquake hit Haiti last week. JAE C. HONG/AP

  • Lenond Ronelis, center, drinks coffee at a refugee camp set up on a golf course in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Troops, doctors and aid workers flowed into Haiti even while hundreds of thousands of Tuesday's quake victims struggled to find water or food. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) JAE C. HONG / STF

  • A Haitian policeman aims into a crowd during looting in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved 3,500 extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) RAMON ESPINOSA / STF

  • In this image provided by ACT Alliance, Survivors attempt to reach the Canadian embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. PAUL JEFFREY/ACT/HO

  • A man holds a makeshift knife during looting in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Thousands of U.S. Marines arrived in Haiti to help control outbursts of looting and violence that have slowed relief efforts to help survivors of the powerful earthquake that hit the country last week. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos) RAMON ESPINOSA / STF

  • A policeman gestures during looting in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday. RAMON ESPINOSA / STF

  • A man removes textiles from a destroyed store in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Thousands of U.S. Marines arrived in Haiti to help control outbursts of looting and violence that have slowed relief efforts to help survivors of the powerful earthquake that hit the country last week. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos) GREGORY BULL / STF

  • People watch as a U.S. Navy helicopter leaves the National Palace in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved 3,500 extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo) RICARDO ARDUENGO / STR

  • The stain glass windows at the destroyed National Cathedral remain damaged in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A cross stands at the destroyed National Cathedral in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A cross stands at the destroyed National Cathedral in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • A Haitian woman prays near the destroyed National Cathedral in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday. CARL JUSTE

  • Relatives of Shirley Legagneur comfort each other with Haitian Fire Chief Gael Painson after the Dominican Republic Defense Civil rescue squad was unable to find Shirley alive in the rubble of the Unibank in the aftermath of the massive earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. French and American rescue groups detected audible signs of life but they were unable to find her and gave up the search. Left to right are sister-in-law Rachelle Doucet, brother-in-law Reginald Cohen, Painson, and aunt Nicole Alvarez. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) GERALD HERBERT / STF