A woman who survived the Nepal earthquake, gave birth to a healthy baby boy just days after she dug herself out of the rubble of her collapsed home. Dolma Tamang gave birth just two weeks after digging herself out from under a pile of earthquake. The 28-year-old was buried in the debris when the earthquake which devastated large parts of the country, hit her home.
She managed to free herself, but was badly wounded and didn't know where to go before she was rescued by a Japanese mobile clinic who came across her by chance, just as she was going into labour. "I was so worried about the baby, that I did not care about my own health, even though I had wounds everywhere and had trouble breathing," she said. "Even though we lost almost all of our belongings and live in a temporary shelter, I could not be happier and more thankful for this little miracle.
This baby being born healthy is a sign of hope and second life for our whole family.”
More than 8,000 people died in Nepal's devastating quake