EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Heroes Star Jimmy Jean-Louis Makes Plea For Injured Haitian Girl

Jan. 20 2010, Published 9:45 a.m. ET

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As yet another powerful earthquake hit Haiti Wednesday, Heroes star Jimmy Jean-Louis, exclusively for, continues to chronicle his heartbreaking journey back to his native land of Haiti as it recovers from last week’s devastating quake that has left the country in ruins.

In his latest video shot by Jean-Louis, he shows us the long lines outside of the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti as desperate people, mainly of whom are Haitian-Americans, try to escape the poor Caribbean nation.

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In another heartbreaking scene, the actor shows us a little girl being treated for an open skull fracture. A doctor tells Jean-Louis that the child needs to see a specialist -- a neurosurgeon -- and together, they make a plea for the world to help.

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Jimmy agreed to videotape his journey back to his homeland for in the hope of showing the world the desperation of his country and the overwhelming need for international help.

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Heroes Star Jimmy Jean-Louis Visits Damaged Home In Haiti Where He Was Born

Meanwhile, a 6.1 magnitude earthquake rock Haiti Wednesday, 8 days after the powerful 7.0 magnitude quake hit.

The official death toll now stands at 70,000, but that number is expected to rise. More than a 1.5 million people have been left homeless.



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