Westport's Save the Children: 1 dead, dozens hurt

Westport-based Save the Children says it's accounted for all 170 of its employees who were in Haiti when a massive earthquake shook the nation last

WESTPORT - Westport-based Save the Children says it's accounted for all 170 of its employees who were in Haiti when a massive earthquake shook the nation last week.

The group says one of its employees was killed and another 20-30 were hurt in the quake.

Save the Children also says all of its offices in the country are now unusable.

The group's director says the situation in Haiti is even worse than what he saw after Hurricane Katrina of the Tsunami in Asia.

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