Sept. 27 - Survivors are pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building in Mumbai. Julie Noce reports.
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Rescue workers in Mumbai rescue a small child from under the rubble of a four storey apartment building that collapsed on Friday.
Some 20 people have been rescued so far, but dozens more are still trapped. At least one person is dead.
The building is said to have been home to several families who worked for a corporation. Witnesses said the building was at least 35 years old and was in dire need of repair.
The collapse is the latest accident to underscore shoddy building standards in Asia's third-largest economy.
At least 70 people died after a building collapsed in western India earlier this year.
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