Обрушившийся в Индии дом похоронил десятки человек

16 Ноября 2010, 09:51

Более 60 человек погибли в Дели в результате обрушения четырехэтажного дома. В больницах находятся 80 пострадавших. Фото AFP

Indian rescue and relief workers carry out rescue operations amidst the rubble in New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO / MANAN VATSYAYANA
A rescue worker searches for victims in the rubble in New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO / Manpreet ROMANA
Relief workers evacuate a victim found in the rubble in New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO / Manpreet ROMANA
Rescue workers carry a body of a dead woman from the rubble in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO / MANAN VATSYAYANA
Rescue workers recover the body of a dead child from the rubble in New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO / MANAN VATSYAYANA
Relatives console an Indian woman (2R) who lost her grandchild in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
An Indian woman grieves in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Relief workers carry out rescue operations amidst the rubble in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Relief workers carry out rescue operations amidst the rubble in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Relief workers carry out rescue operations amidst the rubble in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Relief workers carry out rescue operations amidst the rubble in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Relief workers carry out rescue operations amidst the rubble in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Local residents watch as relief workers carry out rescue operations in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA
Local residents watch relief workers carry out rescue operations in eastern New Delhi on November 16, 2010 after a building collapsed late on November 15. At least 60 people died when the four-storey building in a crowded area of New Delhi collapsed, officials said, as rescuers hunted for more victims trapped in the rubble. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA

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