Last updated: 18 january, 2010 - 14:04 GMT

Haiti earthquake: UN worker rescued after five days in rubble

Over the weekend, rescue workers in Haiti were still finding people alive under the debris of the earthquake.

One of those who was rescued was a Danish United Nations worker, Jens Kristensen, who was fully conscious after five days trapped in the wreckage of the UN headquarters in Port-au-Prince.

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His mother, Hanne Tranum Kristensen, spoke to the BBC's Mark Whitaker.

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First broadcast 18 January 2010

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