Fanchu Ghale of Kimtang village development committee in Nuwakot district was found buried beneath the rubble of his own house by a team led by Nepal Police and was rescued on Saturday.

The rescuers have recovered him 8 days after he was buried in the earthquake, according to the police.
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Apart from minor injuries in his limbs, his health condition is said to be fine.

He was airlifted by a Nepal Army helicopter to Trishuli District Hospital for treatment.

Also in rigorous rescue, two men and a woman were on Sunday pulled out alive from under the rubble of their homes in Nepal, eight days after the devastating quake hit the country, killing 7,056 people including 38 Indians and the death toll is likely to go 'much higher'.
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Rescuers, who have been sifting through mounds of rubble in the Himalayan nation for any more survivors, pulled out two men and a woman from near the mountainous Syauli village, official Surya Prasad Upadhaya said.

They have been taken to a nearby military hospital for treatment but other details were not immediately known.

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105-year-old man rescued alive from debris in quake-hit Nepal

 

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Kathmandu: A 105-year-old man was pulled out alive from the rubble of a collapsed building in Central Nepal eight days after the devastating 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck the country.

 

Fanchu Ghale of Kimtang village development committee in Nuwakot district was found buried beneath the rubble of his own house by a team led by Nepal Police and was rescued on Saturday.

 

The rescuers have recovered him 8 days after he was buried in the earthquake, according to the police.

 

Apart from minor injuries in his limbs, his health condition is said to be fine.

 

He was airlifted by a Nepal Army helicopter to Trishuli District Hospital for treatment.

 

Also in rigorous rescue, two men and a woman were on Sunday pulled out alive from under the rubble of their homes in Nepal, eight days after the devastating quake hit the country, killing 7,056 people including 38 Indians and the death toll is likely to go 'much higher'.

 

Rescuers, who have been sifting through mounds of rubble in the Himalayan nation for any more survivors, pulled out two men and a woman from near the mountainous Syauli village, official Surya Prasad Upadhaya said.

They have been taken to a nearby military hospital for treatment but other details were not immediately known.