Earthquake caused material damage
19. Aug 2018 at 7:51 (updated on 19. Aug 2018 at 15:50) TASR
JAKARTA. A heavy earthquake that suffered local time on Sunday afternoon under the Indonesian island of vacationers, causing landslides and damage to buildings
The island is still only spamming an earthquake in early August that claimed hundreds of victims
Noeth Sunday No more deaths or wounds were reported in the evening, AP reported.
A new earthquake
The USGS US Geological Survey determined the size of the earthquake at 6.3. The epicenter was located in the northeast of Lombok and took place at a depth of seven kilometers
The shores also felt on the nearby Indonesian islands Bali and Sumbawa and a few minutes earlier A magnitude earthquake of 5.4 magnitude, also in the northeast of Lombok
The AP reporter in Lombok said that the shocks caused landslides on the slopes of the active volcano Rinjani and panic among villagers in villages
The video of the Indonesian Red Cross captured huge columns of dust rising from the slopes of the mountain.
Interwoven engines of the earthquake and in the area of Sembulan recorded damage to buildings, including a local town hall that collapsed. The town hall damaged the previous shocks of 5 August. Damaged buildings and mosques
No injuries or deaths have been reported yet, but the information is still being collected, according to a spokesperson for Sutopo Purwo Nugro, a state-owned disaster relief agency. On 5 August, Lombok claimed at least 460 victims, damaged tens of thousands of houses and drove hundreds of thousands of residents out of their homes
The volcano Rinjani was closed because of the earthquake in July, which killed 16 people, caused landslides and imprisoned hundreds of tourists on this mountain
Indonesia often suffers from earthquakes and explosions of volcanoes due to the fact that this archipelago occurred on the
In December 2004, a massive earthquake with a force of 9.1 on the Indonesian island of Sumatra caused a tsunami that killed 230,000 people in more than 12 countries. Southeast Asia has killed