At least 1,100 people have died in the earthquake that struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra on Wednesday, UN humanitarian chief John Holmes has said. Rescuers are working into the night in a race to find survivors in the rubble of hundreds of collapsed buildings. The 7.6-magnitude quake struck close to the city of Padang, in West Sumatra. Marco Werman gets the latest from Amelia Merrick who is organizing relief efforts for the aid group World Vision.
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