This is the incredible moment a four-month-old was rescued alive around 30 hours after a four-storey building collapsed on top of her, killing 14 other people.
The little girl, named Malak, has been called ‘an icon of hope and life’ following the ‘miracle’ in Jordan.
Her mother has revealed she had ‘a gut feeling she was alive’, adding that ‘words cannot describe her happiness’ after she was right.
Tragedy struck when the residential building in Jabal al-Weibdeh, Amman crumbled on September 13.
A huge search was launched after around 25 people were said to be inside.
Jordan’s public prosecutor has ordered the arrest of three people in connection to the case, local media reports.
In an emotional video, Malak is seen covered in dust, but breathing, as she is pulled out of the debris. After being handed to another rescuer, she was rushed to hospital.
Mother Israa Raed, 26, started screaming ‘Where is my girl? Where is my girl?’ when she arrived at the scene.
She had left her daughter with a friend who lived in the basement of the building so that she could deliver an order from her cosmetics business.
‘I had a gut feeling that she was alive, and my husband had reassured me that she was waiting for us’, Israa told Agence France-Presse.
‘I knew it was her by her pink pyjamas. Words cannot describe how happy I am.’
The Jordan Civil Defence said the new footage showed ‘moments that will not be forgotten in our memory’.
The image of the four-month-old will remain an icon of hope and life, a statement added.
Search efforts came to an end on Saturday and all the missing have now been accounted for, officials say.
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