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NEWARK, N.J. – One of two New Jersey church groups traveling in Haiti has survived the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the Caribbean nation, and a member of the second says that group may be OK as well.

The stepdaughter of the pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church in Hackettstown says Frank Fowler called a church member in New Jersey on Wednesday to say the group survived the disaster.

The 15-member group, which includes two high school students, traveled to Haiti on a humanitarian mission to provide birth kits, diapers and other supplies, Fowler’s wife, Karen, said Wednesday.

Later, a member of a Mercer County church group sent a text message to her sister-in-law to say she was OK. She wasn’t able to call or immediately provide more details. Up to 20 people are in that group.

By DAVID PORTER, Associated Press Writer David Porter, Associated Press Writer Wed Jan 13, 3:06 pm ET

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