At least 281 people died and more that 800 still missing when a tsunami hit beaches around Sunda Strait in Indonesia on Saturday night.

It is believed the waves were triggered by acombination of underwater landslides due to the influence of the eruption of Mount Krakatau and a high tide.
So far, 281 people found dead & 954 people were injured and many other people are still  missing in 3 coastal regions and Towns.
One witness, said he was taking photos of the volcano when the tsunami hit.¬†“I had to run, as the wave passed the beach and landed 15m inland,” he wrote on Facebook.
Next wave entered the hotel area where I was staying and drowned cars on the road behind it. Managed to evacuate with my family to higher ground trough forest paths and villages, where we are taken care of my the locals.”

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