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Indian Man Uses Google Earth To Find His Long-Lost Family Of 25 Years

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In 1987, a six-year-old boy in India went to a train station to beg for change. He fell asleep on the train, got lost, and ended up living on the streets (over 900 miles away). He was eventually adopted and raised by an Australian couple, graduated college with a business degree, and now runs a factory. The 30-year-old man was recently reunited with his family in India, thanks to faint childhood memories and Google Earth!

This is one of those unbelievable stories sure to be retold on a big screen near you. Check out the full story HERE from the Indian Express. Who do you think should play Sheru?

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