Boy, 5, rescued three days after earthquake hits Indonesia

Boy, 5, rescued three days after earthquake hits indonesia

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Rescuers pulled five-year-old Azka from the rubble on the third day of a search for about 40 missing people in the earthquake-struck town of Cianjur in Indonesia on Wednesday. Azka was among the survivors of a deadly earthquake that struck the West Java region on Monday afternoon, killing 271, many of them children, and injuring more than 1,000. In a video of the rescue, posted by a local fire department, the boy appeared conscious and calm as he was lifted to safety

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