Live After Quit

“Miracle Survivor: Woman in her 90s Found Alive after Five Days Trapped in Rubble After Japan Earthquake

A 90-year-old woman miraculously pulled alive from the rubble of a building that collapsed in Japan after a deadly earthquake five days ago, has provided a ray of hope during such a disheartening time. The 7.2 magnitude earthquake, centred off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, struck the island nation of Japan late Thursday, destroying numerous buildings and homes in its path. Rescue teams have been tirelessly searching for survivors in the debris, with little success. But in a seemingly impossible twist of fate, a woman in her 90s was found alive in the rubble of an old apartment building on Tuesday in Miyagi Prefecture. According to a local news report, the elderly survivor had been buried beneath several floors of the building and could not move nor cry out for help due to a lack of strength. After discovering her presence in the debris, rescue personnel used a ladder to help her down to safety. Once rescued, she was immediately transported to a local hospital, where she is reported to be in stable condition. The woman’s story is a testament to the resilience and will of the human spirit, even during the most trying of times. Her miraculous survival has given Japan hope and faith, and provided a moment of positivity amidst so much despair. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised the woman’s rescue and appreciation for the rescue workers involved. “We are all deeply in debt to the members of the rescue team,” the prime minister said. The earthquake that struck Japan on Thursday has killed at least 34 people, leaving hundreds more injured and thousands without homes. Many more are still believed to be trapped under rubble, and authorities continue to search through debris for any remaining survivors. The story of the 90-year-old woman, discovered breathing and alive in the ruins of a once strong building after five full days, serves as a reminder that miracles do happen. May her rescue give us all a sense of hope and optimism during such a difficult time.