The extent of Thursday's deadly 6.5-magnitude earthquake that struck southwestern Japan has become more clear with the arrival of daylight — showing collapsed homes and debris-strewn streets as the search for more victims continued Friday.
Rescue workers overnight pulled out an 8-month-old infant from a collapsed home practically unscathed six hours after the initial temblor.
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