A government rescue official says at least six people have been killed in a landslide in central Indonesia. Hours of torrential rain on the main island of Java sent mud and rocks tumbling onto four houses, said National Search and Rescue agency official on Saturday. Six bodies and a surviving boy with a broken leg were pulled from the rubble. The slide occurred late Friday in Karangangyar district, about 310 miles (500 kilometers) east of the capital, Jakarta.