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Twelve workers rescued from Himalayan power plant buried in mud after Indian glacier burst – ABC News

A dozen workers are rescued from a Himalayan power plant buried in mud and debris after an upstream glacier burst in northern Indian.

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A dozen workers have been rescued from a Himalayan power plant that was buried in mud and debris after an upstream glacier burst.
Key points:

  • Twelve people were rescued but authorities are still trying to find 37 trapped under debris in a power plant
  • The disaster has left at least 26 people dead and 165 missing
  • Experts said the disaster could be linked to global warming

Thousands of soldiers, paramilitary personnel and police have been working day and night to reach about 37 people trapped in a power…

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