Miracle: 60 hours of horror, man pulled out of debris alive after China landslide

Beijing, Dec 23: A man has been pulled out of debris alive on Wednesday after a landslide hit an industrial park in China.

A total of 91 people went missing after a landslide hit Liuxi Industrial Park in China's Guangdong province on Sunday, according to authorities.

China landslide: A survivor rescued

Tian Zeming, 19, was rescued around 6.30 a.m. (local time) and rushed to the hospital.

He was in stable condition and taken to the operating room to receive a surgical debridement, said Wang Guangming, president of the hospital.

Tian told rescuers his name and said there was another survivor near him.

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However, the person beside Tian was pronounced dead by the doctors after he was retrieved, according to rescuers.

OneIndia News (With agency inputs)

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