Aerial footage from a drone shows the rubble of a residential structure in Las Cayes, Haiti, after the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the Caribbean island on Saturday morning.
The images reviewed by local and international media this week show rescuers among the remains of the building.
Among the rubble are furniture and air conditioners.
The Civil Protection Service reported at least 37,312 homes destroyed or damaged by the system.
The death toll has been estimated at no less than 1,419 and the wounded at 6,009, according to the most recent figures available.
Scrap collectors join search efforts
Official rescuers were joined yesterday by scrap metal collectors in efforts to find survivors.
Additionally, the aftershocks of the earthquake have caused new landslides that complicate the work.
Several fatalities in a hotel in Les Cayes
Alone in a hotel that collapsed in Les Cayes, 15 bodies had been recovered.
The number of deaths and injuries has continued to rise since the first figures were revealed on Saturday afternoon.
The lack of gasoline and money also affects the Haitian population, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
Six hours to receive money from abroad
Anthony Emile waited six hours in a line with dozens of people trying to obtain the money his brother sent him from Chile, according to the Telemundo network.
“We have been waiting since morning, but there are too many people,” said Emile, a banana farmer.