The first 24 hours after Morocco’s earthquake | The Take

When a deadly earthquake struck Morocco, Mosa'ab Elshamy, a photographer for the Associated Press, was shaken out of bed. Moments later, he was taking pictures. A few hours after that, he was in the High Atlas Mountains, near the epicenter of the quake. He described survivors lifting toppled buildings by hand, trying to rescue who they could. So what else happened in those first 24 crucial hours after the quake, and what will happen next? In this episode: 
Mosa'ab Elshamy, photographer for the Associated Press Episode credits:
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