Indonesia’s disaster organization claims that the death toll reached 222, along with 843 wounded, as well as 28 still missing.
The losses created by the tsunami in Indonesia’s Sunda Narrows is most likely to climb further, the nation’s international disaster firm spokesperson Sutopo Purwo Nugroho points out.
“This number is predicted to increase due to the fact that not all victims have been successfully evacuated, not all health centers have disclosed victims and not all places have obtained complete data,” Mr. Nugroho mentions.
The tsunami struck seaside communities across the Sunda Strait.
Fatalities mounting in Pandeglang and even Serang on Java’s western side.
These are claimed to be some of the hardest-hit locations.
Dozens of men and women have been declared dead in Lampung a location within southerly Sumatra.