Credit: Kishor Rana

Editor's note: This article was published on April 27. It's been updated with new footage below.

It's hard to capture how much death and ruin has come to Nepal, but this aerial footage helps.

The official death toll is now over 4,600. That number could rise significantly when we get more information about how the 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit remote areas. In the hard-hit city of Kathmandu, people are sleeping in the streets, many because their homes have been destroyed, others because they're terrified to be indoors during the aftershocks.

New drone footage shows what their world looks like now. 

It was shot by Kishor Rana and uploaded to his Facebook page. Some HD versions are now hosted on Storyful's YouTube channel. Rana has shot three videos so far, but he plans to shoot more in the coming days, so key an eye out for them.

Here's what the devastation in Nepal looks like from the sky:

 
 
 

Update, April 28:

Rana has been delivering on his promise to keep shooting footage of the earthquake destruction. Here are the videos he's posted to Facebook since this article was published.

 
Sitapaila

Here are the fresh footages from today. All of the revenues generated from the videos I post will be donated to the victims who are in desperate need. Please help share these videos to make a difference in the lives of people who were affected.P.S. Without the assistance from my good friend Sagun Lama these videos would not be possible! Many many thanks to him.

Posted by Kishor Rana on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
 
Sitapaila

Here are the fresh footages from today. All of the revenues generated from the videos I post will be donated to the victims who are in desperate need. Please help share these videos to make a difference in the lives of people who were affected.P.S. Without the assistance from my good friend Sagun Lama these videos would not be possible! Many many thanks.

Posted by Kishor Rana on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
 
Kallabari Ramkot

This particular area has not gotten any attention at all. Small village completely wiped out. This is approximately 6 KM east of Kathmandu. All of the revenues generated from the videos I post will be donated to the victims who are in desperate need. Please help share these videos to make a difference in the lives of people who were affected.P.S. Without the assistance from my good friend Sagun Lama these videos would not be possible! Many many thanks.

Posted by Kishor Rana on Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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