At least 20 people were killed after an earthquake hit Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, on Monday, reported AFP citing local sources. The 5.4 magnitude earthquake hit the towns south Jakarta. The impact of the earthquake left 300 people injured.
“The quake had a magnitude of 5.4 and struck near towns south of Jakarta,” said AFP quoting United States Geological Survey.
#UPDATE Nearly 20 people have been killed and at least 300 injured in an earthquake that rattled Indonesia’s main island of Java, local official tells the media.
“The information I got for now, in this hospital alone, nearly 20 died and at least 300 people are being treated” pic.twitter.com/G6H1sQ27sm
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) November 21, 2022
(This is a developing news…Further details are awaited)