JAKARTA, Indonesia (CNN) — Rescue crews in devastated central Java on Sunday scrambled to reach survivors of the massive 6.3-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 3,000 people, injured thousands and flattened communities in the heavily populated Indonesian region.
The United Nations and aid agencies mobilized to provide health care, water, food, tents and other supplies. Military troops were deployed to Jakarta to help dig people out of the rubble from the quake and evacuate victims.
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