Two rescued in Nepal, but hope fades for more quake survivors
A woman and a teenage boy have been pulled alive from rubble in Kathmandu, five days after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake devastated Nepal. Bad weather is hampering the delivery of aid to hard-hit regions.
Cheers erupted in Nepal’s capital Kathmandu on Thursday as a team of rescuers pulled 15-year-old Pemba Tamang from the wreckage of a collapsed hotel building.
The teenager had been trapped beneath the rubble of the seven-story structure since Saturday when a massive earthquake struck the impoverished Himalayan nation and killed more than 5,800 people.
Several hours after Tamang’s rescue, Kathmandu police said that a woman in her 20s named as Krishna Devi Khadka (pictured above) had been pulled alive from debris near the city’s main bus terminal.
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Source News: DW