This video shows life and devastation in Nepal 24 – 48 hours after devastatnig earthquake on April 25, 2015. It was produced by Paul Borrud using videos captured by his drone, Phyllis.
Borrud flew his drone over each of the villages he visited to deliver food, supplies, water and medicine. The hardest hit areas are in the rural villages and also receiving no aid or support, he said.
Views from above 24-48 hours after the Nepal Earthquake.
Each of the villages I visited to deliver food, supplies, water, medicine, I also captured the devastation from the air flying my drone, Phyllis.
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Video credit: Paul Borrud
Music credit: Karunesh – Ancient Voices.
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