With medical care in short supply in quake-hit Haiti, many injured have been transported across the border to the Dominican Republic.
Ambulances and private cars have been shuttling back and forth from the Haitian capital since the quake struck on Tuesday.
The hospital in the border town of Jimani is now packed with badly injured Haitians and the scene is chaotic.
Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from the hospital.
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