A 105-year-old man was pulled out alive from the debris after being trapped in the rubble of his house following the earthquake 7 days ago.
This is second time that the 'lucky' Nepali man has survived an earthquake.
Reports on Sunday stated that the rescued Nepal earthquake victim, Fanchu Ghale of Kimtang village, was in the house when the roof collapsed following the devastating 7.9 magnitude quake.
Local rescue workers pulled out the 105 year old on Saturday. A PTI report citing the Nepal police stated that the man has sustained minor injuries in his limbs, however, his health condition is said to be fine.
He was airlifted by a Nepal Army helicopter to Trishuli District Hospital for treatment. Fanchu Ghale, it is reported, also survived the 1934, 8.0 magnitude Nepal earthquake, which occurred on 15 January and killed tens of thousands in the Himalayan region.
Death toll cross 7,000
Latest reports from Nepal have put the death toll following the earthquake on 25 April as 7,040 as of Saturday. The number of those injured has topped 14,087.
Meanwhile, as rescue workers look for survivors, they face an "immense logistical challenges" to help victims trapped in isolated, mountainside villages where helicopters can't land and even the roads have been destroyed.
According to UN, more than 130,000 houses have been destroyed. Valerie Amos, under-secretary-general for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator told journalists that people trapped in the locked out zones require immediate help.
"We are worried that it is taking so long to get to people who desperately need aid. Some of those villages are virtually flattened. But it's very, very hard to see how we're going to get to them," said Amos, who saw some of those places by air on Friday.