Dan Woolley is a Colorado survivor who returned to Haiti for the anniversary. He works for the charity Compassion International. He was in the Hotel Montana when the earthquake hit and it collapsed.
One year ago this week a devastating earthquake killed 200,000 people and left Haiti in ruins. Many survivors were trapped in collapsed buildings. Dan Woolley of Colorado Springs spent nearly three days beneath the Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince.
Next Wednesday marks one year since the devastating earthquake in Haiti which killed more than 200,000 people. Thousands were trapped in the rubble, including a man from Colorado who wants to do more to help survivors.