While aid workers begin to shift their focus from searching for people to delivering aide, people are still being pulled out of the rubble in Haiti. On Wednesday, a 23-day-old baby was among those saved. Found in the town of Jacmel, south of Port-au-Prince, Elisabeth Joassaint was buried alive for seven days. "It was the mercy of God," Elisabeth's mother told a British newspaper. At least 121 people have been saved by aide workers since Jan. 12.