A forklift truck driver is lucky to be alive after he was rescued from underneath thousands of tonnes of cheese.
Rescuers had started to give up hope after racks of shelving collapsed at a warehouse in Shropshire.
But after eight hours, and what Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service have described as their largest ever rescue, the worker emerged pretty much unscathed. Chris Halpin has the story.
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