When China's 8.0-magnitude quake struck the apartment of 23-year-old Zhang Na, she and her husband did exactly what everyone else did. They rushed out of their home without a moment's thought of saving a single possession. It was a desperate move to save their lives. But it wasn't only two lives that were saved. There was a third.
The day after her escape, Zhang gave a birth to a girl.
"I haven't decided her name yet," she says, lying in a bed at a makeshift hospital for new mothers and their babies.