Nepal quake: Woman rescued alive after 128 hours

Kathmandu: A woman was rescued alive from rubbles of a collapsed building after 128 hours in Nepal, which has been hit by a massive earthquake on April 25, a media report said.

Krishna Devi Khadka, 24, was rescued by a joint team of Nepal Army, Nepal Police and Israeli rescue team from Janasewa Guest House in Nepal’s Gonggabu village yesterday, Kantipur News reported.

Khadka was buried under the rubbles of the collapsed guest house.

Previously, a four-month-old baby was pulled out alive by the rescue team from the rubble of a collapsed building in Bhaktapur town, at least 22 hours after the devastating temblor that struck Nepal measuring 7.9 on Richter Scale on April 25, killing more than 5,000 people and leaving nearly 12,000 injured.