Indian residents gather in the street following an earthquake, in Siliguri on April 25, 2015.  A powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, causing massive damage in the capital Kathmandu with strong tremors felt across neighbouring countries.   Witnesses and media reports said the quake tremors lasted between 30 seconds and two minutes and were felt across the across the border in India, including in the capital New Delhi.  AFP PHOTO  / Diptendu DUTTA
Indian residents gather in the street following an earthquake, in Siliguri on April 25, 2015. A powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, causing massive damage in the capital Kathmandu with strong tremors felt across neighbouring countries. Witnesses and media reports said the quake tremors lasted between 30 seconds and two minutes and were felt across the across the border in India, including in the capital New Delhi. AFP PHOTO / Diptendu DUTTA

Video: Thousands Currently Fleeing Kathmandu

More than 100,000 have already left the city

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Norbu Tenzing Norgay, vice president of the American Himalayan Foundation, captured the scene of mass exodus taking place in Nepal's capital on the morning of Wednesday, April 29 at 6:45 A.M. More than 100,000 had fled Kathmandu by Wednesday morning and the Guardian estimates that another 200,000 could also leave in the chaos following the April 25 earthquake.

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