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105-year-old rescued in Nepal

India Blooms News Service | 04 May 2015, 12:58 am
Kathmandu, May 3 (IBNS) Four people, including a 105-year-old have been rescued from underneath the rubble in earthquake-hit Nepal on Sunday , media reports said.

"Meanwhile, 105-year-old Funchu Tamang of  was rescue d 105-year-old Fanchu Ghale in Kimtang-8 of Nuwakot district," ekantipur.com reported.

"A team of Armed Police Force (APF) rescued Gyan Kumari Khatri, Kancha Khatir, Dhana Kumari Khatri from under the rubble. Their houses collapsed in the deadly earthquake on April 25," the website reported.

A massive earthquake had rocked Nepal on May 2 which has left more than 7000 people dead.

105-year-old rescued in Nepal

India Blooms News Service
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