Powerful aftershocks from the 7.9-magnitude quake that hit Kathmandu today are still shaking the city, according to a local eyewitness.
"It is quite a terrifying experience still," said Rupen Pradhan told ITV News.
"As far as I have seen there is massive damage," he said.
He said he witnessed the wall of a school fall in front of him, while a lot of old brick and mud houses in the city are "completely collapsed".
"I think a lot of people are trapped," he added. "I can’t give you the exact damage but people are scattered in the streets. I haven’t experienced this kind of damage in my life."
Four men trapped under as much as 10 foot of rubble after the Nepal earthquake were rescued when NASA technology sensed their heartbeats.
One medical worker told ITV News it was like 'entering your worst nightmare' as they tried to help look after the injured.