These are the ruins of a bank where a woman called Jeanette used to work. This is her miraculous story.
Roger is her husband watching in hope, believing his wife could still be alive.
A French journalist offers her water but she explains she can’t drink as her fingers are broken.
And then in creole Jeanette talks directly to her husband.
“Even if I die, I will always love you,” she tells him.
With a camera rescuers from the Los Angeles fire department are able to see Jeanette. She has dust in her eyes and she is alive.
The rescue is complete. A miracle as Jeanette gives thanks with a prayer.
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