Russian media outlet Znak.com has released a video showing the rescue of a 10-month-old infant found under the debris of a collapsed building in Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast.
The rescue team is seen rushing to an ambulance carrying the child wrapped in a blanket.
Earlier on Tuesday, the press service of the Chelyabinsk Region's governor said that the 10-month-old baby was found after spending more than 24 hours under the debris.
Moreover, the Russian Healthcare Ministry said in a statement that the infant was in a critical condition due to freeze burns and a closed craniocerebral injury.
A natural gas blast hit one of the blocks of a 10-storey building on Monday leaving at least eight people dead, six injured and dozens missing.
January 2 was declared a day of mourning in the Chelyabinsk Region, following the tragedy, according to an order published in the official Telegram channel of the region's governor, Boris Dubrovsky.