Workers dig by hand to free dozens in Indonesia mine rubble

JAKARTA, Indonesia --- A collapse at an unlicensed gold mine in Indonesia buried dozens of people, and rescuers on Wednesday were desperately digging with their bare hands and farm tools as they tried to unearth victims calling for help from beneath the rubble. Local disaster official Abdul Muin Paputungan said one person was confirmed dead and 14 people with injuries ranging from light to serious had been rescued. As many as 60 people were buried, he said. "Unstable soil conditions make us extra careful lifting rocks because it can lead to new landslides," Paputungan told The Associated Press. "We still hear voices crying for help from people beneath the rubble," he said. "...

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