Indonesian rescuers pull survivors from collapse of illegal gold mine, but 37 still feared buried in the mud

Indonesian authorities on Wednesday ramped up efforts to find 37 people feared buried by the collapse of an illegal gold mine on the island of Sulawesi that killed at least one person.Rescuers used spades and ropes to pull out 19 badly injured miners and found at least four others dead. Officials said they could hear the voices of some of those trapped in makeshift mining shafts in a muddy hillside in the Bolaang Mongondow area of North Sulawesi province, and believed many were still alive.“We…