Third earthquake rocks Indonesia’s Lombok island, death toll from Sunday's quake tops 300
A strong earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Lombok on Thursday, the third in just over a week. The powerful aftershock sent terrified residents out onto the streets as more buildings were reduced to rubble. The death toll from Sunday’s quake has topped 300 with more than 150,000 people left homeless. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie reports.
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