Mother Nature Burns, Cracks And Floods Indonesia
A pair of deadly natural disasters wreaked havoc in two regions of Indonesia on Tuesday, the N.Y. Times reported.
A 7.7-magnitude earthquake caused a 10-feet tsunami, reaching 2,000 feet inland and killing 113 people west of Sumatra Island. Hundreds are still missing as rescuers enter the flooded area.
At least 10 people were injured on the island of Java because of multiple planned for eruptions of hot ash from the nation's "most volatile volanco," Mount Merapi.