More than 400 people died when a powerful quake sent Tsunami into the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia today, reports official. Hospitals in the country struggle to cope with hundreds and thousands of injuries and rescue team tried hard to reach the stricken region. National Disaster agency recorded the official death so far at 384. Most of them died in the Tsunami stroked region of Palu. However, a number of death is likely to rise.
Palu is home of over 350,000 people, found partially covered with dead bodies lying near the shore on the ground, early in the morning as the Tsunami waves record 1.5 meters. Hospitals in Indonesia are beset by injury and influx, with many being treated in the open air. While other survivors are trying to help the remaining of those are dead.
Whereabouts, of the remaining of hundreds of lives, who last night enjoyed a beach festival has been due from last evening, reports the disaster agency.
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