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NEPAL EARTHQUAKE: York woman gives eye-witness account Their relatives are still trapped under rubble. All they can do is wait. "Yesterday we worked with an incredible Nepali, who off his own back, and with his own back, has spent the last four days helping and rescuing anyone he can. He has no tools or machinery. Just a pick axe. He rescued a ten-year-old boy a few days ago." Having spent the last five months travelling and volunteering in India, Ms Lewin was taking a course in Kathmandu at the time of the earthquake. She had been in the city's famous Monkey Temple, which was damaged, as it hit. Writing yesterday, she said power had been restored to the area she is in and a few shops have re-opened with one or two restaurants opening to serve fried rice using a generator. The aftershocks appear to have finished she said, adding: "At times, the aftershocks were pretty much constant. We got so used to the feeling of the ground moving underneath us. Sometimes the subtle ones lasted so long that we weren't sure if it was psychological or actually happening. Most if the time it was actually happening. I'd test it with my bottle of water, see if it was moving.

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