Rescuers in India pulled a 15-year-old boy from a massive heap of broken concrete this morning, more than 48 hours after the Jalandhar blanket factory in which he worked collapsed and killed at least six people.
The boy, who told rescuers his name was Sandeep, was carried on a stretcher from the scene and taken to a nearby hospital in Punjab state.
Workers are still searching for more people buried when the three-storey factory buckled around midnight on Sunday while workers were inside.
Estimates for how many may still be trapped range from a dozen to more than 100.
Six bodies have been found and 60 people rescued including three with serious injuries, District Magistrate Priyank Bharti said.