Source: The Washington Post
COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh — If it hadn’t been for her neighbors, Toyoba Khatun would almost certainly be dead.
The 65-year-old Rohingya refugee was buried alive on June 10 after her home collapsed in the first rains of the monsoon. A video of her rescue shows her face weary with exhaustion as men dig frantically to pull her from the mud that minutes before had been a part of the hill on which she lived.
“Allah didn’t take me, but he could have,” Khatun said a few days later, still weakened by the ordeal.