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Haitian orphans arrive in Pittsburgh
Date: 1/19/2010 Album ID: 927541
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Fifty-three children from an orphanage in Haiti arrived in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010.
Dania, looks up at her adopted father Nathan Brock at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Dania is one of the 54 children from the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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 Jimmy, 11, sings a song for the media as his adopted mother Debbie Lepp looks on at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Jimmy is one of the 54 children from the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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Jimmy, 11, gets a kiss from his adopted mother Debbie Lepp Jamie at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Jimmy is one of the 54 children from the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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 Jimmy, 11, shares a laugh with his new parents Debbie and Brian Lepp Jamie at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Jimmy is one of the 54 children from the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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Dania, 7, is introduced to the media with her new family Nathan and Catrina Brock, along with her brother Austin, 12 at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Dania is one of the 54 children from the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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 Jamie McMutrie (left) and her sister Ali cross paths as Emma trades hands outside Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010. The day before, Ali came home with 53 of 54 children from the BRESMA orphanage. Jamie stayed behind until Emma could be accounted for and also taken to the hospital.(Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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 Jamie McMutrie (center) walks to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010 upon returning from Haiti with, Emma. The day before, her sister Ali (behind) came back with 53 children from BRESMA orphanage. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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Ali McMutrie carries Emma, the 54th orphaned child from Haiti, into Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh following the return of her sister Jamie Wednesday, January 20, 2010. The day before, Ali came back with 53 children from the BRESMA orphanage, but Jamie stayed behind when Emma couldn't be accounted for. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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Ali McMutrie carries Emma, the 54th orphaned child from Haiti, into Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh following the return of her sister Jamie Wednesday, January 20, 2010. The day before, Ali came back with 53 children from the BRESMA orphanage, but Jamie stayed behind when Emma couldn't be accounted for. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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Jamie McMutrie (left) walks to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Wednesday, January 20, 2010 upon returning from Haiti with, Emma. The day before, her sister Ali (holding Emma in the center) came back with 53 children from BRESMA orphanage. (Philip G. Pavely / Tribune-Review)
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First grader An Le (right), 6, puts a box of toothpaste into a bucket held by Olivia Reese, 6, as students at Woodland Hills Academy collect items for victims of the earthquake in Haiti on Tuesday, January 19, 2010.  All classes at the school from grades K through 6 each filled 2 buckets with toiletries to pass on to Brother's Brother Foundation on the North Side to be sent to Haiti.  A cash donation of $700 from the law firm DiBella Geer will accompany the items collected by the students. (Joe Appel/Tribune-Review)
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Two Haitian boys walk from a Port Authority bus  on their way to the emergency department at Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville on Tuesday, January 19, 2010.  53 Haitian orphans travelled to Pittsburgh after leaving the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti on Monday. (Joe Appel/Tribune-Review)
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A Haitian child is escorted from a Port Authority bus after arriving at Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville on Tuesday, January 19, 2010.  53 Haitian orphans travelled to Pittsburgh after leaving the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti on Monday. (Joe Appel/Tribune-Review)
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Volunteers carry Haitian orphans into the emergency room after arriving at Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville on Tuesday, January 19, 2010.  53 Haitian orpans travelled to Pittsburgh after leaving the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti on Monday. (Joe Appel/Tribune-Review)
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A Haitian orphan sleeps on a woman's shoulder as she is carried to the emergency department at Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville on Tuesday, January 19, 2010.  53 Haitian orphans travelled to Pittsburgh after leaving the BRESMA orphanage in Haiti on Monday. (Joe Appel/Tribune-Review)
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Ali McMutrie smiles as she tells her story as Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell looks on at a press conference Tuesday January 19, 2010 at Atlantic Aviation hangar at the Pittsburgh International Airport in Moon. (James Knox|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
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Ali McMutrie (center left) smiles as she tells her story with Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell while Leslie McCombs (left) and Congressman Jason Altmier look on at a press conference Tuesday January 19, 2010 at Atlantic Aviation hangar at the Pittsburgh International Airport in Moon. (James Knox|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
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Children from Haiti emerge from a plane at Cargo A at the Pittsburgh International Airport Tuesday January 19, 2010 in Moon. (James Knox|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
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