"the Number of deaths rising after the landslide at an illegal gold mine on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia on Tuesday. At least seven people have been killed in the fall and over 30 miners were missing, according to authorities ' estimates."
"But 19 people have been found alive since the rescue operation began after the accident. It raises the hope that more people than the few living who have been located, but is trapped, can be alive in the collapsed mine."
"– Rescue work continues, but it is risky. We have heard at least three people calling for help and we try to get them out and give them access to water so they can survive, " says Abdul My Paputungan at the country's katastrofmyndighet."
"He adds that time is of the essence. The area is inaccessible and the terrain is difficult to work in. Even the military has been deployed to rescue people who are still under the rubble."