Jen Hardy was distributing supplies Tuesday in a remote area of Nepal for Catholic Relief Services when the ground began shaking again.
Nearby buildings collapsed. Hardy was in a mango grove, where the danger was less. An elderly woman near her burst into tears. Hardy embraced the woman, trying to comfort her.
"It showed how traumatized they were," Hardy, in her second full week in the South Asian nation, said in a telephone interview from Gorkha, in the central part of the country. "People are just tired. They're scared. ... They don't know when it will stop."
Weeks after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal — leveling ancient buildings,...