Islamabad: Rescue workers on Wednesday pulled a man out alive after he was trapped for 47 hours in the rubble of a collapsed factory in Lahore, as the death toll from the accident rose to 21 in three days.
According to The News Tribe correspondent rescue workers on Wednesday heard Hyder Abbas screaming for help, and it took them several hours to pull him out from the jagged pile of concrete blocks. Earlier the rescue workers provide packets of juice to Hyder Abbas who was trapped under the debris.
Ghulam Abbas told rescue workers that there was a possibility of some girls alive as he had listen to a voice of a girl named Farah screaming for help.
The rescue workers after providing oxygen shifted him to a local hospital.
Earlier a woman was also saved on Tuesday by the rescue workers after the collapse of a three-story factory manufactured medicine on Monday.