The Chicago Tribune, 22 January 2010
Publié le :
22 janvier 2010
"After an excruciating, nine-day wait, the new Chicago-area parents of five Haitian
children raced onto a tarmac in Fort Lauderdale
, Fla., Thursday night to embrace the adopted additions to their families.
"The climatic moment at the end of a chartered flight that was delayed four hours came after the parents had spent more than a week searching for a way to evacuate the orphans from Haiti's chaos.
""It's amazing, it's a miracle and I don't believe in miracles," said Dr. Elaine Morgan of Skokie
, holding 4-year-old Djoude, an HIV-positive girl that she had been trying to adopt for more that two years."