No house and no future, but all hope pinned on son's recovery Luo Chengfang lost her house and livelihood In China's devastating earthquake, and her son is fighting for his life. She now pins all hope that he recovers from severe injuries sustained when he was buried under seven feet (2.1 metres) of rubble. Images and soundbites (Part 1: VID510003_EN)
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