More than 2,500 confirmed dead in Nepal earthquake

The official number of dead from Saturday’s Himalayan earthquake has topped 2,500 and may continue to rise as remote areas near the epicenter are searched.
Nepal authorities said Sunday that at least 2,430 people in that country had died in Nepal alone, not including the 18 people that the Nepal Mountaineering Association says died in an earthquake-triggered avalanche on Mount Everest. Another 61 people died from the quake in India and a few in other neighboring countries.
With search and rescue efforts far from over, it was unclear how much the death toll would rise.
Landslides are hindering rescue teams trying to reach remote villages after the devastating earthquake in Nepal. A member of the aid group World Vision says rescuers will likely have to get in by helicopter.

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