Aubrey Wade

Kathmandu, Nepal

Nepali and international rescue workers celebrate the rescue of two young men pulled alive from a collapsed building in Gongabu-4, Naya Buspark, Kathmandu, five days after the 25 April earthquake. On 25 April 2015 a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Nepal (Gorkha District was the epicentre), causing widespread destruction of property and infrastructure and killing approximately 8,000 people and injuring more than 18,000. Many buildings on the UNESCO World Heritage list were also damaged or destroyed. A second earthquake, considered an aftershock, struck on 13 May 2015, causing further loss of life and property.

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Aubrey Wade
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