The death toll from this weekend’s earthquake in Nepal is quickly approaching 4,000.
Rescue teams are pouring into Nepal from all over the world, racing against the clock to keep the death toll from climbing even higher.
Tens of thousands are shell-shocked and sleeping in the streets.
Many are just trying to stay out in the open because of all the aftershocks.
On Sunday, one aftershock registered more than most earthquakes and caused even more buildings to collapse.
On Mt. Everest, an urgent rescue response is underway as marooned climbers struggle to stay alive.
The quake dislodged tons of snow in an avalanche.