Teenager found alive 50 hours after Pakistan factory collapse
© AFP | Officials have said at least 150 people were in the factory when it came down on November 4, 2015, and it was unclear how many — dead or alive — may still be trapped
LAHORE (PAKISTAN) (AFP) – Rescuers in Pakistan have pulled a teenage boy alive from the rubble of a collapsed factory near Lahore 50 hours after the structure toppled, officials said on Saturday.
The teenager had been trapped for more than two days after the collapse and his family, thinking him dead, had already identified and buried another recovered body they believed to be his.
“An 18-year-old Muhammad Shahid was also evacuated alive 50 hours after the building collapsed by the blessing of God,” Muhammad Usman, a top administration official in Lahore, told AFP.
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