WEYERS CAVE — Buildings crumbled in waves before their eyes.
As darkness fell, pickup truck headlights illuminated the carnage.
Those images clung Tuesday to the minds of four Blue Ridge Commmunity College students and teachers. Survivors of the horror in Haiti, they are haunted most by the sounds of grieving families and unexplained chanting in the distance.
“All night long, they chanted,” said Rebecca Evans, an advisor to the school’s award-winning Students in Free Enterprise team.
Members of the group spoke at a news conference at Blue Ridge a week after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake destroyed the capital of the tiny Caribbean country. The SIFE team returned Saturday to the United States.
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