Five-year-old boy pulled from Indonesia earthquake rubble after two days

Azka, whose mother died in disaster, likely survived due to being protected by a mattress, while 40 people remain missing in Cianjur

Driving rain and the danger of landslides disrupted the work of Indonesian rescue workers searching on Wednesday for survivors of an earthquake that killed 271 people, with an official warning that time was running out for anyone trapped.

As the search continued, rescuers pulled a five-year-old boy from the rubble, who had survived because he was protected by a mattress.

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