India Glacier Collapse: 170 people missing

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Sky’s Neville Lazarus shows us the dramatic site in northern India where a Himalayan glacier broke off leaving at least 26 dead.

The race is on in the state of Uttarakhand to rescue up to 35 people who are believed to be trapped in a tunnel.

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