CNN Reporters Save Lives When They're Not Reporting

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Photo: Courtesy of CNN

While all the other news networks send reporters to Haiti to report, CNN sends theirs to save lives. Take Anderson Cooper, who witnessed a young boy get hit in the head with a brick. The bloodied boy tried to get up but couldn't. So Anderson came to the rescue, carrying him to safety. Then there's Sanjay Gupta, who is not just a reporter, but also a practicing neurosurgeon. While reporting in Port-au-Prince, Gupta received an urgent call from the USS Carl Vinson, which was docked outside of the city. There was a young girl on the ship with shrapnel stuck in her brain. A military helicopter flew Gupta to ship, where he removed the object. Now, he says, she's "doing very well." Your move Rick Sanchez.

Anderson in the midst of looting chaos [CNN]
CNN star performs brain surgery on US military ship [AFP]