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Narto Aryadi, who spent more than 12 hours digging his way out of the Jabal Nur mosque after it collapsed from a major earthquake, in Lading-Lading, Indonesia, Aug. 7, 2018. “When dawn came, I thanked God and I realized I will be alive,” Narto said. Narto, 43, is one of only a handful of survivors pulled from the rubble on the Indonesian resort island of Lombok after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Sunday evening off the north coast. (Rick Paddock/The New York Times)

Narto Aryadi, who spent more than 12 hours digging his way out of the Jabal Nur mosque after it collapsed from a major earthquake, in Lading-Lading, Indonesia, Aug. 7, 2018. “When dawn came, I thanked God and I realized I will be alive,” Narto said. Narto, 43, is one of only a handful of survivors pulled from the rubble on the Indonesian resort island of Lombok after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Sunday evening off the north coast. (Rick Paddock/The New York Times)