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A Syrian rescue worker openly sobbed after pulling a 30-day-old baby from the rubble alive, the BBC reports.

Video shows rescuer Abu Kifah cradle the baby girl in his arms as the two were rushed to a makeshift hospital. He started to sob after in the truck, grateful for the baby’s rescue.

He managed to pull her free in the city of Idlib after two hours of digging, he said in a video shared by the BBC.

 BBC News anchor Kate Silverton was moved by the video what presenting it live on air. Video shows her sniffling after watching the report on the BBC.

She later tweeted a response to the people who reached out to her after her emotional moment, saying “To all of your sending thoughts – thank you – no words really – my job to be incrutable & impartial but I am also human.”