As the news coming from Japan only gets grimmer amid growing nuclear fears, continued aftershocks and the threat of of another tsunami, one family received a miracle in a pink jacket.
Against the odds, a 4-month-old baby who had survived for three days was pulled from the rubble in Ishinomaki, in the state of Miyagi, today, the Daily Mail reported.
The infant was apparently safe and unharmed, and was reunited with her father after she was spotted by member of Japan's Self-Defense Force who had gone house to house looking for bodies.
Details about the child's amazing rescue were few, with some even suggesting she had been with her father since the area was ravaged by Friday's twin devastations, but the image of a baby in a pink jacket being held by a soldier is bringing much-needed comfort at a time of uncertainty and crisis.
To read more, go to the Daily Mail.
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