Dan Woolley was trapped under the rubble of the Haiti earthquake without much information about what to do. He was in pain, but not sure of his overall situation. He needed help, and believe it or not, it was just a finger slide away. His iPhone. Woolley used his iPhone as a flashlight (a totally under-appreciated function) to diagnose his foot as broken.
Then, he used the instructions from (a medical) app to treat the excessive bleeding from cuts on his legs and the back of his head. Woolley used his shirt to tie off the three-inch gash that was opened on his leg and a sock to bandage the back of his head. He said he also looked up ways to stop from going into shock.Woolley also used the notepad function to type out his last notes to his wife and kids, should he not make it. But he survived and is back doing the talk show rounds this morning. On a slightly more serious note, there are several iPhone applications on sale today with the proceeds going to benefit Haiti earthquake relief.]]>