TAINAN, Taiwan — Two survivors, one found shielded under her husband's body, were pulled from a toppled high-rise apartment building Monday — two days after an earthquake in Taiwan killed at least 37.
Taiwan's Eastern Broadcasting Corp. reported that Tsao Wei-ling called out "here I am," as rescuers dug to find her. A male survivor, Lee Tsung-tien, 42, was pulled out conscious from the sixth-floor.
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