Woman rescued from rubble week after Haiti quake
Survivor found on day seven
- Ena Zizi, in her 70s, lasted seven days in rubble near national cathedral
- Zizi taken to clinic, though it doesn't have the operating facilities needed to treat her
- Woman's son: We never gave up hope that she'd be found
- Rescue crews believe two other people may be alive under wreckage nearby
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (CNN) -- Rescue workers pulled a woman out of rubble near Haiti's national cathedral Tuesday, a week after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck.
The rescue crews believe two other people may be alive under wreckage nearby, in part because of a text message the crews believe was sent from under the rubble, a CNN crew reported.
Men carried the woman, Ena Zizi, who is in her 70s, from the rubble on a wooden board as she grasped its edges.
They took her to a nearby clinic, although it doesn't have the operating facilities needed to treat her, the CNN crew reported.
Zizi's right femur was fractured and she was in shock, the crew reported.
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Her son, Maxime Janvier, told CNN that he never gave up hope that she'd be found.
"We were praying a lot for that to happen," he said.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Tuesday that about 90 victims have been saved by 43 international rescue teams, made up of some 1,700 people, in the days after the quake.
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The earthquake struck the afternoon of January 12. Its epicenter was just south of Port-au-Prince.
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