A 6.5-magnitude earthquake that hit Indonesia’s Sumatra island early Wesnesday has claimed the lives of 97 people, the army chief in Indonesia’s Aceh province said. Rescue workers are currently searching the rubble of several collapsed buildings for survivors. Maj. Gen. Tatang Sulaiman said in a live television interview that four people were pulled from the

rubble alive. Nearly half a dozen were still believed to be buried, but it was unclear if they were alive, Sulaiman reportedly said. “Hopefully we would be able to finish the evacuation from the rubble before sunset,” he said, according to the Associated Press (AP). CONTINUE