Quake Hits Indonesia's Lombok Island; Dozens Dead

At least 91 people are dead after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the northern part of the island on Sunday. It's the second powerful quake in a week to hit the region.
Patients are evacuated outside to the parking lot of Mataram City General Hospital after a strong earthquake is felt in Mataram in eastern Lombok island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Source: Antara Foto Agency

Updated at 1:45 a.m. ET on Monday

At least 91 people are dead after a major earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday, jolting nearby Bali. The quake comes one

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