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By Cheryl Elias
HADDONFIELD, N.J. (CBS) — The humanitarian effort is underway in Nepal where a massive earthquake struck on April 25th, killing more than 7,000 people, some Americans among them.
But for one South Jersey woman, the natural disaster is a story of survival.
At first, the phone call Elaine Ercolani received from her 26-year-old daughter Kate didn’t sink in.
“I was awakened in the middle of the night by her phone call and hadn’t known anything about an earthquake,” Elaine says. “So when the call ended abruptly, I then got up and went to the computer and was horrified by the sights they were posting, and was scared to death for her.”
Kate, from Haddonfield, Camden County, was having lunch in a restaurant in Kathmandu when the earth moved under her feet.
“Birds went up in the sky and then like a low rumble started happening,” Kate says…
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