A house in Jordan collapsed, killing 14 and injuring 10. The baby girl was miraculously rescued after being trapped for 30 hours.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] A house in the old city of Amman, the capital of Jordan, collapsed severely on the 13th, killing 14 and injuring 10.

However, there is also good news. A 4-month-old baby girl, Malak, who was buried alive for 30 hours, miraculously survived after being trapped for 30 hours.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, at that time, the 4-storey residential building in the old city of Amman collapsed, trapping more than 20 residents, and rescuers immediately searched and rescued 14 people.

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However, there is a scene exposed, and the trapped 4-month-old baby girl was found by the rescue team at 30 hours and successfully rescued.

In the video, the rescuers picked up the baby girl and carefully passed it to the next rescuer, and the people behind also stepped forward to help.

The baby girl's mother, Israa Raed, said that she gave her child to a friend for work that day. She did not expect such a serious accident. When her daughter's life and death were uncertain, her emotions even broke down for a while. Fortunately, the search and rescue personnel persevered and worked hard for more than a day. get the child out.

Isra mentioned that her intuition told her that the child must be alive, and her husband assured her that the daughter was still waiting for them.

Later, when the baby girl was successfully rescued, she immediately recognized her child from the pink pajamas, and she couldn't describe in words how happy she was at the moment.

After four consecutive days of search and rescue by rescuers, the search and rescue work will come to an end, and officials are still investigating the cause of the collapse of the building.

#VIDEO: Rescue teams have pulled a female baby out from under the rubble of a four-story apartment building which collapsed in #Jordan's capital #Amman. (@Petranews) pic.twitter.com/Ee2tbEwfbl

— Saudi Gazette (@Saudi_Gazette) September 14, 2022