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Miracle: Infant Pulled from the Rubble in Japan

For days, he must have feared his baby girl was dead.

Helpless in the rubble following the massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami, the baby girl had survived for three days in the remains of the city of Ishinomaki in the state of Miyagi.

Against the odds, the four-month old was rescued apparently safe and unharmed after being spotted a member of Japan’s Self-Defense Force.

Daniel Foster — Daniel Foster is a former news editor of National Review Online.

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