Rescuers are working frantically to find dozens of people thought to be buried at an illegal Indonesian gold mine after a landslide on Tuesday, ONA reports citing BBC.
They are searching for survivors at the site, in the Bolaang Mongondow area, on the island of Sulawesi.
Seven people have died and at least 19 have been rescued, officials say.
Rescuers are hampered by the steep terrain and muddy, unstable ground, which means heavy lifting machinery cannot be used.
They are having to use their bare hands, as well as spades and ropes, to get people out. The survivors are being carried away in makeshift stretchers.
One local official said cracks had appeared at the mine, which collapsed on Tuesday and triggered a landslide, raising fears of a further collapse.