Man rescued after 21 days


ABBOTTABAD: A Pakistan Army team rescued a man after 21 days from under the rubble of a collapsed house in remote area of district Battagram, an official of Ayub Teaching Hospital said on Monday. On October 29 the army team dug out a man from the debris in Gangwal village of teshil Allai in Battagram district. The lucky survivor, Said Rehman, was unconscious because of dehydration and hunger, but his life was out of danger, hospital officials say. app

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