Rescue workers pulled a migrant worker from rubble Wednesday, more than 60 hours after a massive landslide devastated Shenzhen, China. The survivor, Tian Zeming, “had a very feeble voice and pulse when he was found alive buried under debris, and now he’s undergoing further checks,” Dr. Wang Yiguo said at a news conference. Tian told rescuers that a second person was buried alive near him, according to a transcript from the press conference. Neurosurgeon Dai Limeng said the second person had not survived. More than 70 people are still missing after a mountain of construction waste and mud collapsed and triggered a landslide into an industrial park in southern China.
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