A man escaped from death

A man escaped from death

A man survived after being buried alive for 82 hours under the ruins of the damaged building in Nepal.

A man survived after being buried alive for 82 hours under the ruins of the damaged building in Nepal.

Read more: A deadly earthquake in Nepal

Rescuers are taking apart the logjam

Rescuers are taking apart the logjam

Experts say that Rishi Khanal, the lucky man that survived the deadly trap was actually born in the shirt.

It’s very rare for people with injuries to survive such an occasion after more than 72 hours of imprisonment

– Commented rescuers, who got the man out of the death’s talons.

Rishi was found  by the French rescue team on Kathmandu’s frontier around midday on Tuesday. Khanal was lucky that the team used special life-detecting equipment, that helped them to find him under tonns of rocks and garbage. The whole rescue operation took 10 hours and lots of efforts of the rescuers and local police forces. The team had to drill a hole through concrete to get the 28-year-old Khanal with the broken leg after 80 hours of constraint out of the trap.

The lucky survivor, Rishi Khanal

The lucky survivor, Rishi Khanal

He has a strong willpower

Said Akhilesh Shrestha, the doctor, who took care after Khanal after his lucky rescue.

This isn’t the only happy-end story that took place in Nepal. After 22 hours after the earthquake struck, a 4-month boy, Sonit Awal was saved from the damaged building in Bhaktapur.  Another lucky story took place in Kathmandu, when a 40-year-old woman was rescued by the Indian rescuers after being surrounded with nothing but rocks for more than 36 hours.

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