Indonesia earthquake: Rescuers found man alive after three days

Rescuers in Indonesia have pulled a 38-year-old man out alive from beneath a collapsed building three days after an earthquake and tsunami devastated the city of Palu.


    Emergency workers in Indonesia have rescued a man trapped under rubble since Friday's earthquake.

    He was found in a cavity under a building that collapsed in the six-metre-high tsunami that followed.

    Recovery efforts are taking place across Central Sulawesi province.

    The latest reports indicate at least 1,234 people are confirmed dead.

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from the port city of Makassar on Sulawesi Island.


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