Nepal Traffic Cam Shows Building Collapsing On Busy Road After Devastating Earthquake

A shocking video from a traffic camera on the streets of Kathmandu in Nepal recorded the terrifying moment when a 7.9 magnitude quake hit the area causing a building to collapse on a busy road.

The dramatic footage shows people scattering away the very last second before the building came tumbling down the road, though, it seems that some were injured. It is unknown if there were any fatalities in this incident.

Saturday’s mammoth earthquake has killed more than 5,000 people, but according to the latest statement from the Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to Reuters, the death toll could rise to 10,000, as information from remote villages and towns has yet to come in.

“The government is doing all it can for rescue and relief on a war footing,” Koirala said. “It is a challenge and a very difficult hour for Nepal.”

Warning: Some readers may find the following footage disturbing

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