10:00pm Disaster in Haiti Update: U.S., International Assistance Heading to Country

Cargo planes from around the world are headed to Haiti with food, water, medical supplies, shelter and sniffer dogs. The response comes just over a day after a massive earthquake. The first cargo plane carrying part of a U.S. military assessment team has arrived. That's the word from officials with the U.S. Southern Command. Meanwhile, there is desperation in Port-au-Prince. Much of the capital has been flattened by the magnitude-7 quake. Dazed survivors are wandering past bodies in rubble-strewn streets. They are crying for loved ones. Rescuers are searching collapsed buildings for victims. The death toll could reach tens of thousands. Among the dead are at least 14 U.N. personnel and the capital's Roman Catholic archbishop. Some of the injured are being treated in open areas such as parking lots. But most are unattended. The Red Cross said it has run out of medical supplies. About 3,000 police and international peacekeepers cleared debris, directed traffic and maintained security in the capital. (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)