"I wouldn't trade the time I have had here for millions of dollars." - Meet Scientology Volunteer Minister Josh

21 January 2010 at LAX Airport: Josh (left) leaving to Haiti

Meet Scientology Volunteer Minister Josh

Following his interview with NBC we asked Josh to tell us how he came to work in Haiti and his experiences in a field operating room that could compare war zone field hospital. Here is his response, straight from the Volunteer Ministers camp in Port-Au-Prince:

Photo Series: In the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince, 23-24 January 2010

Following a report that predicted another earthquake in Haiti, all the patients were evacuated from the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince and were being treated on the street.

Scientology Volunteer Ministers from all over the world continue to arrive in Haiti to do whatever is needed to help the people of this country. Their transport has been made possible by the donations, large and small, of many Scientologists who are members of the International Association of Scientologists.

On the ground report: Midwife and Scientology Volunteer Minister from Boston

Telecommunicatons in Haiti are still not back up. But one of our Volunteer Ministers just came through with a message on what she has been doing in the hours since her plane landed in Port-au-Prince.

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