Jakarta, November 25 (SO News) The series of aftershocks continues even four days after the earthquake in the province of West Java, Indonesia, however, during the rescue operation, a child buried under the rubble of a house for two days has been pulled out alive. According to the information received from the sources, difficulties are being faced in relief work due to rains and landslides in the affected area.
According to a foreign media report, a 6-year-old child who was buried under the rubble of a house for 48 hours miraculously survived. Rescue officials pulled the child out safely. A 6-year-old child is said to have miraculously survived under the rubble for two days without food or water, raising hopes of rescuers that those buried under the debris may still be alive.
Continued rains and landslides in West Java have hampered relief efforts in the mountainous region, the worst affected area being Cianjar, where a village was completely buried by landslides.
On the occasion of his visit to Cianjar, Indonesian President Jokowi said that the conditions are tough, it is raining and aftershocks are continuing, so caution is needed. Evacuation is the first priority at this time.
It should be noted that 271 people have been killed and hundreds injured in the 5.6 magnitude earthquake that hit West Java on Monday.