By Lester Holt, NBC News anchor
I'm barely 7 hours on the ground in Port-au-Prince and I'm running out of ways to say I'm sorry. I've already met so many people who have lost so much, including a mother who stood on the shaky rubble of her home, where four of her children are buried. We don't speak each other's language, but I hope to God she understood how my heart bleeds with hers.
Amid the grief I'm struck by how resilient the human spirit is. Communities are forming in makeshift encampments. Men played dominoes. A proud mother beamed as she showed me her new son who was born Wednesday, just a day after the earthquake. People are finding ways to cope, but make no mistake, frustration and anger is building. All of that material we keep showing you of aid pouring off planes has not found its way to some of the stricken communities. We'll talk about why, when I anchor our continuing coverage of the Haiti disaster from Port-au-Prince on NBC Nightly News.