More U.S. troops deliver aid to Haiti

More U.S. troops arrived in Port-au-Prince Tuesday one week after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti killing thousands.

The troops distributed water and food to those in dire need and also worked to maintain some sort of order in the city. Officials say some survivors have resorted to looting and violence to get money and essentials.

Army Major Gen. Daniel Allyn says despite the progress made in the distribution of supplies, some survivors are still starving and dehydrated and have headed to Haiti's countryside looking for food and water.

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