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Teenager rescued after 55 hours under rubble of collapsed India factory

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Rescue workers carry a survivor named Sandeep out from the rubble of a factory three days after it collapsed in Jalandhar, India, on April 18, 2012.

Rescuers pulled a 17-year-old boy from the rubble of a collapsed factory in the Indian town of Jalandhar on Wednesday, nearly 55 hours after the building was flattened, The Hindustan Times reported.

The survivor, who was identified by his first name, Sandeep, was taken to hospital but was reported to have no major injuries.

The death toll in the tragedy has reached 10, but there are fears that dozens more workers remain trapped under the debris.

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Rescue workers watch as Sandeep, unseen, is carried out from the rubble.