Dan Woolley, Compassion International employee, was found alive Friday in an elevator shaft at Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 60 hours after the earthquake brought the building down.
Dan Woolley traveled to Haiti on Sunday, January 10 with a contractor, on assignment for Compassion's Child Survival Program. The team were filming in Port-au-Prince before returning to Hotel Montana just before the earthquake struck.
Rescue workers were able to pull Dan from the rubble on Friday. He has received medical treatment and will be returning to his wife and children as soon as possible.
Search efforts are still under way to locate and rescue the project's contract videographer.
About Dan Woolley
Dan Woolley works at Compassion International as the Internet Program Marketing Manager. He has been heavily involved in developing the rescuebabiesnow.org website for Compassion's Child Survival Program.
Dan tweets at @webguydan and manages a personal website with his wife, Christy, about family activities in the Colorado Springs area. He is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University. The Woolleys have two sons.