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Teenager rescued from Turkey quake after 91 hours: TV

AFP , Thursday 27 Oct 2011
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Rescue teams on Thursday pulled a 19-year-old student out of the wreckage of Turkey's earthquake after he had spent 91 hours stuck in the rubble, television reports said.

The teenager named Mohammed was rescued from the rubble of a five-storey building in the eastern town of Ercis, which took the full brunt of Sunday's quake, the NTV news channel reported.

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