Doctors, nurses back from Haiti mission

A group of doctors and nurses who spent months helping victims in quake-ravaged Haiti are now back home.The group, Emergency Rights, worked day and night

SOUTH BRONX - A group of doctors and nurses who spent months helping victims in quake-ravaged Haiti are now back home.

The group, Emergency Rights, worked day and night providing medical treatment to victims. The medical professionals say the Haitian people were grateful to Bronx residents who donated anything they could.

Hundreds of thousands of Haitian residents were killed in the Jan. 12 earthquake.

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