Mom, son rescued 52 hours after coronavirus quarantine hotel crumbles in China

Mom, son rescued 52 hours after coronavirus quarantine hotel crumbles in China

A mother and her 10-year-old son have been rescued from the collapse of a coronavirus quarantine site in southeastern China after being trapped beneath the rubble for 52 hours. Rescuers discovered the pair late Monday night — and freed them from the debris around midnight Tuesday after three hours of digging. 20 out of 71 people inside the hotel died when the building collapsed on Saturday.

David
David
Hannibal
Hannibal 3 weeks

The building is only seven years old according to the NY Post. It's amazing how much praise is being heaped on China for that "hospital" they built in two weeks. Imagine how shoddy that workmanship was given that brand new hotel building was constructed with no rush.

Paul C
Paul C 3 weeks

Chinese ghost city vacation is off the bucket list.

Pj
Pj 3 weeks

was this the same building that was made real quick?

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