Haitian Rescued Four Weeks After Deadly Quake

02.09.10 | FL News Team

A survivor was pulled alive on Monday from the earthquake rubble in Port-au-Prince nearly four weeks after the disaster in Haiti. CNN identified the survivor as a 28-year-old man whose first name is Evans. He was severely dehydrated and was suffering from malnutrition when he was found in the wreckage of a market. The victim was being treated at a University of Miami field hospital in the Haitian capital. He reportedly told doctors that someone had brought him water before he was rescued. However, they also said he seemed dazed and confused after the ordeal. The magnitude 7.0 quake rocked the Caribbean island nation on January 12th.