Rescuers on Indonesia's quake-hit island of Lombok dug through the rubble of a mosque on Wednesday, hoping to reach the aunt of a sprinter who became a national hero last month at the under-20 world championships in Finland. It is expected to rise further because authorities believe people have been hit and killed by buildings including mosques, health clinics and houses which have collapsed.
A magnitude 6.4 natural disaster on July 29 killed 16 people and cracked and weakened many structures, amplifying the damage that occurred in Sunday's quake. In several districts, more than half the homes were destroyed or severely damaged.
Muhamad Juanda, who narrowly escaped the mosque collapse, said 100 people were praying inside when the earth began to roll. That's right Mark. search and rescue operations are still underway, but there are areas which rescuers have not been able to reach yet so there is a chance the death toll could climb.
A field hospital has also been established near an evacuation centre catering to more than 500 people in the village of Tanjung.
Almost 2,500 people have been hospitalized with serious injuries and more than 156,000 people are displaced due to the extensive damage to homes.
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Alimuddin's ordeal underlines the chaotic scenes across Lombok, a volcanic island to the east of Bali, after the shallow 6.9-magnitude quake struck Sunday evening. "Very quickly I shouted to the kids to run outside", Rye resident Boukje Van Den Bosch-Schmits told us by phone. "We can not evacuate all of them all at once because we don't have enough capacity on the boats", Muhammad Faozal, head of West Nusa Tenggara's tourism agency, said.
Ghozali told Fairfax Media that he and other locals working in the industry feared it would be a long time before tourists returned to Lombok, which would mean he would lose his income after already losing so much in the natural disaster.
"We don't know for sure how many people are alive under the rubble", said Mr Nugroho. The warning was lifted later Sunday after only small waves were recorded. "Many of us screamed hysterically". "We brought in a sniffer dog and used saws and a drill but we can't figure out where he is", said Aprintinus Titus, a rescue worker from the National Search and Rescue Agency.
Widespread damage has made it hard for government officials and aid workers to reach some areas, with those further from the epicentre still waiting for help.
Authorities said at least one person, an Indonesian, was killed on the popular trio of holiday islands, while another tourist died on the nearby island of Bali.
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"There was a lot of screaming and crying, particularly from the locals", said Amis, from Brighton.
After sleeping on the beach, the couple joined thousands of other tourists packed on to the island's beaches waiting to be evacuated. Hotels and other buildings in both locations are not allowed to exceed the height of coconut trees.
Indonesia sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire and is regularly hit by major temblors.
There were no Irish fatalities in the natural disaster and no serious injuries, Mr O'Sullivan said the extent of the injuries among the Irish there is sunburn, exhaustion and cuts and grazes.
"Mate, we were knocked certainly to the floor". "Everyone's a bit shaken, but all well, but people out in the villages or elsewhere haven't been so lucky, unfortunately".
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