Large areas of Haiti in the Caribbean have been devastated by its worst earthquake in 200 years.
The quake struck near the capital, Port-au-Prince, but its tremors were felt all over the country.
Loads of people joined the search for survivors immediately after the minute-long quake, which measured 7.0 on the Richter scale.
But emergency services struggled to reach those who were injured as many of the streets were blocked by rubble.
Hundreds of people are feared to have died in the disaster, with rescue workers warning the final death toll could run into thousands.
Rescue teams from all over the world, including this team from Taiwan, are now travelling to Haiti to help in the search for survivors.
Haiti's national palace in Port-au-Prince was among the buildings destroyed.