Chinese man missing for 17 days after earthquake in China found alive


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A man who was missing for 17 days after an earthquake in China’s southwest Sichuan province has been found alive, according to local media reports.

The 28-year-old hydropower station employee Gan Yu had stayed behind with his colleague Luo Yong after the magnitude-6.8 earthquake hit Sichuan on Sept. 5. The quake killed 93 people and injured hundreds.

Gan administered first aid for his colleagues and helped prevent flooding by releasing water from…



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