Haitian President René Préval said both the gleaming presidential palace and his private home have been destroyed in yesterday's earthquake, making him among the estimated tens of thousands of homeless Haitians. "I don't know," the president said when asked by CNN where he'll sleep tonight. "I have plenty of time to look for a bed. But now I am working on how to rescue the people. But sleeping is not a problem." Tens of thousands are feared dead as the first cargo planes with food, water, and medical supplies landed in the devastated nation after the magnitude-7 quake flattened the country's capital. Hospitals, schools, and the main prison collapsed, and bodies piled up everywhere in Port-au-Prince. Looting is rampant.