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Days after an under-construction tunnel collapsed in Uttarakhand, rescue officials on Tuesday released the first visuals of the workers trapped inside.

A part of an under-construction tunnel on the Brahmakhal-Yamunotri national highway collapsed in the early hours of November 12, trapping 41 workers. The tunnel is part of the Char Dham Road Project to build all-weather roads in Uttarakhand.

On Tuesday morning, the rescue team sent an endoscopic camera through an alternative six-inch pipeline and spoke with the workers. They were also provided with a walkie-talkie to communicate with the team.

Breakfast was prepared for the workers and sent in through the pipeline, reported ANI. For the first time since the collapse, they were able to get solid food on Monday. They were also given mobile chargers to establish communication with the families.

The 53-metre-long and six-inch-wide pipeline was pushed through the rubble of the collapsed…

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