Syrians dig out baby with bare hands, boy alive and well
A small miracle has come out of war-torn Syria.
The rebel-controlled city of Aleppo has been one of the most hardest-hit areas and explosions frequently rock the area.
According to The Daily Mail, recent air strikes collapsed and exploded buildings in Aleppo, one of which contained the live body of a toddler.
Syrian rebels rushed to the scene of a demolished structure and frantically began digging out -- using only their hands -- a buried little boy. He appears unconscious at first, but he wakes up, alert and moving. When his little legs are finally rescued from the rubble, he begins crying, but otherwise seems completely healthy.
Lauren Berkley, Web Editor