Video Shows Survivor Pulled From Debris of Taiwan Earthquake Collapse 2 Days Later

PHOTO: Rescue workers use a crane to transport a survivor found in the rubble at the Wei-kuan apartment complex on the second day of rescue operations following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in southern Taiwans city of Tainan, Feb. 7, 2016. PlaySAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images
WATCH Earthquake Survivors Pulled From Rubble in Taiwan

A woman was still alive today after being buried under debris of one of the collapsed buildings from the earthquake that shook Taiwan two days ago. Rescuers were able to pull her out to safety, as video footage shows.

Tsao Wei-ling survived because of her husband, who shielded her from a collapsed beam, according to The Associated Press. Her husband and 2-year-old son did not survive. She called out, “Here I am,” to the rescuers who dug her out of the debris.

PHOTO: Rescue personnel bring down a Vietnamese national, identified as 28-year old Chen Mei-Jih, to safety after she was extracted from a building which collapsed in the earthquake in the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan, Feb. 8, 2016. SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images
Rescue personnel bring down a Vietnamese national, identified as 28-year old Chen Mei-Jih, to safety after she was extracted from a building which collapsed in the earthquake in the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan, Feb. 8, 2016.

Taiwan’s Eastern Broadcasting Corp. was able to get footage of the rescuers’ pulling victims out of the rubble. At least three other people were rescued this morning, including a 42-year-old man and an 8-year-old girl, the AP reported.

The 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit Taiwan Saturday morning, causing at least two buildings to collapse in the southern city of Tainan. The capital of Taipei had no signs of damage after the quake.

PHOTO: Rescue workers search a collapsed building from an early morning earthquake in Tainan, Taiwan, Feb. 6, 2016.Wally Santana/AP Images
Rescue workers search a collapsed building from an early morning earthquake in Tainan, Taiwan, Feb. 6, 2016.

So far, at least 36 people are believed to have been killed by the earthquake and more than 100 people are believed to still be under the debris, according to the AP. Over 170 people have been rescued, mostly in the first hours after the earthquake, but people are beginning to lose patience as they wait for information concerning loved ones who are still missing.

PHOTO: Rescue workers search a collapsed building from an early morning earthquake in Tainan, Taiwan, Feb. 6, 2016.Wally Santana/AP Photo
Rescue workers search a collapsed building from an early morning earthquake in Tainan, Taiwan, Feb. 6, 2016.

Nearby counties -- Kaohsiung and Pingtung -- had their rescue teams help rescue people from the buildings, as well. About 20 counties in Taiwan, including, Taipei, will continue to support Tainan in this tragedy, according to a Feb. 8 news brief from the Tainan City Government.

The Tainan City Government could not be immediately reached by ABC News.