The Haitian government has officially called an end to search and rescue operations in the wake of the devastating earthquake. But rescue teams are still out there, searching for miracles.
On Saturday, 11 days after the earthquake, a 24-year-old man was pulled alive from the rubble of a hotel. So what are the chances more rescues will be made?
On Monday's American Morning we talked to two men who have been leading some of the rescues in Haiti – Dennis Cross, fire captain of the L.A. County Search and Rescue Team; and Larry Collins, L.A. County Fire Dept. Search Team manager.
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