A woman has been found alive in the ruins of a residential building in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, six days after it collapsed in heavy rains.
Rescue workers said they were able to talk to her as rescue efforts were on going. She has since been rescued and taken to hospital.
At least 33 people have been confirmed dead following the collapse of the six-storey residence last Friday and more than 80 people are still missing.
The building’s presumed owners have been released on bail after being arrested on Monday.
The head of Kenya’s National Disaster Management Unit, Pius Masai, said the woman has been given a glucose intravenous drip and “she is talking and in good spirits”, the AP news agency reports.
A six-month old child was pulled out alive on Tuesday, but her mother was found dead the following day.