Plainview man returns from quake-ravaged Haiti

A Plainview businesses man who was in Haiti when a devastating earthquake struck the island nation is back on Long Island.

Tony Naimoli says he was going back to his hotel when the 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit. Naimoli says two days passed before he was able to reach his wife of 30 years, Randi.

After three days in Haiti, Naimoli says he met up with a State Department worker who was able to get him on a flight back to the United States.

"They are really such a lovely people, the Haitian people," Naimoli. "They don't deserve this."

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