Dan Woolley spent 65 hours trapped in the rubble of the Haiti earthquake. The Colorado Springs man works for Compassion International and had just arrived in Haiti when the quake hit last January.
His friend and co-worker, David Hames, died in the same hotel where Woolley was trapped. He's... more »
Dan Woolley arrived at DIA late Tuesday night. There were friends, family and co-workers from Compassion International waiting there to greet him at the airport. Woolley is the Colorado Springs man who was rescued from the rubble after three days of waiting for help in an elevator shaft that collapsed... more »
The words on the pages of the plain black notebook are written in a semi-scrawl, punctuated by smears of blood - stark evidence of the desperation in which they were written.
Sitting with his wife, Christina, in Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital, Dan Woolley showed the notebook to TODAY's Meredith... more »
Dan Woolley, the Colorado Springs man rescued from the rubble in Haiti last week, will tell his story on the The Today Show Tuesday morning here on News First 5.
Woolley was trapped in the Hotel Montana for 55 hours waiting to be rescued. He is now in a... more »
Compassion International says rescue workers are continuing to look for one of its employees missing in the rubble of a Port-au-Prince hotel since a powerful earthquake struck there last week.
The Colorado Springs-based agency says that workers are trying to find Dave Hames of Colorado Springs using information provided... more »
Two Colorado men, who didn't know each other, prayed for help while trapped in the ruins in Haiti.
Dan Woollley, 39, of Colorado Springs and Jim Gulley, 64, from Frisco are both alive and back in the United States. Gulley, a minister from Frisco, arrived in Colorado on Friday.... more »