A man with his grandson in her arms standing in front of his house, destroyed by the earthquake of 5.2 points in Suininge, Sichuan Province, China. (AP Photo / Xinhua, Jiang Hongjing)
Some photos recently occurred accidents and their consequences.
People walk on a flooded street in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since January 1, more than 100 people were killed in landslides and floods caused by persistent rains in Brazil. (Nelson Antoine / Associated Press)
Woman making cookies out of the mud for sale in Cité Soleil in Port-au-Prince. Biscuits made from dirt, salt and vegetable oil. This is — one of the few dishes that can afford the poor in Haiti after the devastating January 12 earthquake. (AP Photo / Rodrigo Abd)
Small Haitian boy named Edmondson sits on the broken bricks at the destroyed building of an orphanage in Bon Repos Haiti. (Photo by Win McNamee / Getty Images)
Suspected of looting lie with their hands tied after being detained during the theft of household appliances from a store in downtown Port-au-Prince. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)
An Afghan boy stands next to a public water supply in Kabul on January 13, 2010. In the middle of winter unusually hot and dry weather caused fears of a drought, which may lead to a lack of food, reduce yields and exacerbate security problems. (REUTERS / Ahmad Masood)
Over the banks of the Urubamba River flows past the archeological site of Machu Picchu Pueblo in Cuzco, Peru, on January 28. Heavy rains and mudslides in Peru blocked the train route to the ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, leaving nearly 2,000 tourists trapped. (AP / Martin Mejia)