Ex Swansea Student On Second Nepal Quake

Sai says he was filming a documentary to raise money to build a local school in the Kathmandu Valley when he felt the quake.

Sai says he was filming a documentary to raise money to build a local school in the Kathmandu Valley when he felt the quake.

The 31-year-old says it was a scary experience:

“The ground started shaking so I just ran.

“That’s the first thing that comes to your mind.”

Dozens of people have been killed in the second earthquake to hit the country in just over a fortnight.

The Nepalese Government says more than a thousand are injured.

Sai, a former Swansea University student says people are now sleeping outside on the streets because it’s safer than being in their homes:

“Everybody is anxious that there’s going to be another quake.

“Most probably people will be sleeping in tents again outside their homes and in open areas.”

There are also concerns about damage:

“There are a few houses that have collapsed; some right near my house.

“It’s quite tense because land in some areas has risen a few metres and that’s what happened two weeks ago so people are worried about more landslides.”

You can hear from Sai here.

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