WATCH: The terrifying moment the quake struck Nepal
Friday, May 1, 2015, 4:24 PM -
WARNING: The video above features graphic imagery.
The security camera video of a street in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, starts showing life on a typical Saturday. About 44 seconds in, the shaking begins. The panic sets in and people are seen running in an attempt to take shelter.
A major building collapses and a dust cloud swallows the tragic scene.
The death toll has surpassed 6,800 and continues to rise as search and rescue teams find more bodies under the endless piles of rubble. More than 14,000 people have been injured.
The initial earthquake struck around noon on Saturday April 25 about 80 km northwest of the capital Kathmandu.
Once the tremblor stops, people start helping those stricken.
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HOW YOU CAN HELP
- Respond to UNICEF Canada's appeal for Nepal relief donations.
- Donate to the Canadian Red Cross effort in Nepal.
- Plan Canada is asking for donations to is a charity that has worked in Nepal since 1978. The group has been providing life-saving emergency assistance to those affected. Click here to make a donation.
- Google's crisis response team launched a person finder for the incident where people can submit information available on people in the area as well as search for information made available by people in the area.
- Red Cross also set up a people finder to help those searching for affected by the quake.
- Canada will match dollar-for-dollar all eligible contributions to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund until May 25.