An elderly Haitian woman has been pulled out of the rubble alive, 10 days after the massive earthquake that leveled Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince.
The Associated Press quotes a doctor, Dr. Ernest Benjamin, treating her as saying the 69-year-old woman found Friday is in bad condition and may not survive.
Hopes of finding survivors had faded since the last living person was found under debris Wednesday.
Thousands of Haitians were scrambling to get out of the capital Friday, as the government promised to move more than 400,000 people into tent cities being set up outside the city.
Free buses were being provided to take people to the temporary villages.
In addition to the estimated 200,000 people killed, the quake left about 1.5 million people homeless, and survivors have been living in overcrowded settlements with little or no water, food and sanitation.
The aid group Doctors Without Borders says many patients with untreated wounds have been dying from infections.
Aid efforts are still being hampered by damage to roads and transport links. The heavily-damaged seaport in the capital Port-au-Prince reopened only Thursday.