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a bright moment for rescue was in the pool on thursday a teenage boy pulled from the rubble of the hotel in katmandu where he'd been trapped since a massive earthquake struck five days ago cheers and congratulations for the police sacha he founded , while the boys discovery lifted spirits the reality of the search and rescue mission is hitting home ranges pounding down on the pull hampering the already , finding more survivors , the ground , so they need there nearly expected that rescue and relief operation i had been told by government officials fear that it is indeed lying at the airport and they're not being able to fly to distant parts of the country , on top of the rain rescue is in katmandu at dealing with a power shortage meaning a lot of heavy machinery is out of action officials say the chances of finding anymore survivors are looking slim