Traumatized – “My son didn’t talk for a day after he witnessed the earthquake – it was really big and it kept us moving for a while from left to right, as if we were in a boat.”
This morning on the Jon McComb Show, Sean Leslie spoke with Alina Shrestha of World Vision in Nepal live from Kathmandu.
Shelter, food, medicine, power, sanitation, workers – Resources are running short in Nepal’s capital as survivors search for lost loved ones and sort through rubble for their belongings. However, it is in the countryside where conditions are worse, though how much worse is only beginning to become apparent.
The death toll has soared past 3,800, even without a full accounting from vulnerable mountain villages that rescue workers were still struggling to reach two days after the disaster.
Listen back to the full interview here:
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