Rishi Kanal, 28, was pulled out after a French rescue team gave him water and oxygen and agreed to take pictures of the rescue with an ABC News camera. The operation to pull Kanal from the rubble took more than six hours.
Video shows Kanal pulled out of the rubble, getting carried on a stretcher through a hallway and then being taken outside toward an ambulance.
Kanal was staying at a guesthouse that collapsed after Saturday's earthquake. He was trapped and his leg was crushed by a beam, according to rescuers, who added that they used a generator to power tools and cut through the beam.
Another survivor who was unconscious when Kanal's rescue began later died, officials told ABC News.
More than 5,000 deaths and more than 10,900 injuries have been blamed on the earthquake, according to Nepal’s National Emergency Operation Center. Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced.