Firefighters Rescue Victims After A Debris Flow : News Photo

Firefighters Rescue Victims After A Debris Flow

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XINJIANG, CHINA - JULY 31: (CHINA MAINLAND OUT) Firefighters search for victims after a debris flow on July 31, 2012 in Yili, Xinjiang, China. The flow of debris killed 18 people with 28 people still missing. (Photo by TPG/Getty Images)
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XINJIANG, CHINA - JULY 31: (CHINA MAINLAND OUT) Firefighters search for victims after a debris flow on July 31, 2012 in Yili, Xinjiang, China. The flow of debris killed 18 people with 28 people still missing. (Photo by TPG/Getty Images)
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July 31, 2012
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149683998
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Firefighters search for victims after a debris flow on July 31 2012... News Photo 149683998China,Debris,Emergencies and Disasters,Firefighter,Flowing,Horizontal,Rescue Worker,Searching,Victim,Xinjiang ProvincePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 TPGXINJIANG, CHINA - JULY 31: (CHINA MAINLAND OUT) Firefighters search for victims after a debris flow on July 31, 2012 in Yili, Xinjiang, China. The flow of debris killed 18 people with 28 people still missing. (Photo by TPG/Getty Images)