Another LACFD rescue, Haitians chant 'U.S.A'

The Los Angeles County Fire Department urban search and rescue team in Port-Au-Prince pulled another woman from the earthquake rubble. In this video, you can hear the crowd applauding and chanting "U.S.A!"

Here's the moving video from yesterday of the team, dispatched to Haiti as California Task Force 2, saving a buried woman after her husband overheard her calling for help.

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