The authorities said on Saturday (29/09) that at least 384 people are confirmed to have died in a major earthquake, followed by a tsunami, that struck Palu and Donggala in Central Sulawesi on Friday evening.
A view of a residential area in Palu that was hit by the tsunami. (Antara Photo/BNPB)
Earthquake victims seen outside Undata Hospital in Palu on Saturday. (Antara Photo/Rolex Malaha)
The bodies of police officers who died in the earthquake, seen outside Undata Hospital. (Antara Photo/Rolex Malaha)
Patients receiving treatment outside Undata Hospital, which has run out of space following the earthquake and tsunami. The authorities have warned of possible aftershocks. (Antara Photo/BNPB)
National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) spokesman Sutopo Nugroho showing the areas in Central Sulawesi that were affected by Friday evening's earthquake and tsunami, during a press conference in Jakarta on Saturday. (Antara Photo/Aprillio Akbar)
Military personnel loading equipment and emergency supplies into a cargo plane at Halim Perdanakusuma Air Force Base in East Jakarta on Saturday morning, to be dispatched to in Palu and Donggala. (Antara Photo/Muhammad Adimaja)
Soldiers preparing to board a plane bound for Central Sulawesi on Saturday morning. (Antara Photo/Muhammad Adimaja)