Man Buried for 60 Hours in China Landslide

Migrant worker Tian Zeming was rescued from the collapsed building in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.
0:28 | 12/23/15

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We've got some dramatic images as a worker is pulled from the rubble sixty hours after being buried by massive landslide in China. Rescue workers say the man was able to give his name before being rushed to the hospital. Where he underwent surgery the survivor had been trying to escape when a door panel fell creating a space for him to survive and mace. Seventy people are still missing and all of this following the landslide which was strong enough to knock over a multi story building.

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