(TAINAN CITY, Taiwan) -- A woman and a man have been rescued from a collapsed apartment building days after a powerful earthquake hit Taiwan.
According to BBC, the woman was found underneath her husband's body and near the body of her two-year-old son.
The man was pulled alive from the rubble not long after, local media said.
At least 35 people died in the magnitude 6.4 earthquake that hit Tainan City on Friday, BBC reported, and more than 100 are believed to still be trapped inside the collapsed 17-story Weiguan Jinlong building.
Officials said most who died from the earthquake were in the apartment building, BBC reported.
The rescue effort is ongoing with at least 310 rescued from the apartment, according to BBC. About 100 of those rescued from the building had to be hospitalized.
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