Miracle in Kenya as rescuers digging through the rubble of a collapsed six-story building in Nairobi, found 2 survivors on Sunday, two days after it collapsed and killed at least five people and injured 31 others.
Authorities said 24 people were still missing. When the two survivors were found Sunday morning, a crowd of onlookers burst into cheers and clapping.
Rescuers including the military had said they were communicating with people believed to be trapped in pockets of debris.
On Friday, Nairobi authorities said more than 20 people had been rescued, with some searchers using their bare hands to pick through the debris. Eight people were taken to a hospital, officials said.
It was not immediately clear what caused the collapse. Officials said 57 rooms had been rented out in the building. The Red Cross said 22 families lived there.