A 6.9 magnitude quake struck off the island of Lombok in Indonesia on Sunday killing more than 300 people and injuring thousands. An estimated 165,000 people are displaced, according to Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, head of Indonesia’s disaster management department.
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Aftershocks continue to shake the region as emergency crews evacuate thousands of tourists. More than 200 aftershocks have struck so far.
The quake damaged thousands of structures throughout the region. Witnesses say about 80% of buildings in the northern part of Lombok have collapsed.
Authorities advised locals and tourist to stay outside. Many people are spending the night sleeping outdoors, away from walls and roofs that could topple in aftershocks.