In times like these, we live for the miracle stories like below:

From The News:

Minor pulled out alive from ditch in quake-hit Mansehra district
An eleven-year old child has been rescued from a ditch in Mansehra district of Punjab after a week of devastating earthquake.

Abdullah, 11, was approached by a rescue team and aid workers who were searching for the earthquake survivors in the area. It may be mentioned that Mansehra was one of the worst quake-affected districts of Pakistan.

1 Comment so far

  1. Jaywalker (unregistered) on October 15th, 2005 @ 12:55 am

    Another Story from BBC:

    Pakistani rescue workers have pulled an 18-month-old girl alive from rubble six days after South Asia’s deadly quake.

    The unconscious toddler was revived after being found in Balimang in North-West Frontier Province.


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