They found the strength to go to a health clinic and they treated her head injury there. They are currently living at their neighbour’s house, but are afraid that they may be asked to leave at any time. All our animals – our chickens and ducks – all of them died when the shed collapsed,” Dilmaya said.They said that they now rely on others to give them food and that they are not able to get relief goods because they cannot get to the distribution sites.“I was twirling a thread of cotton for our oil lamp when the earthquake struck.I couldn’t escape quickly enough because I have joint pains.
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