Last Updated: Monday, May 16, 2016

Indonesia floods kill 17; Rescue going on


Seventeen dead bodies have been identified and 4 are still missing, when  rain triggered flood and landslide occurred in a most popular waterfall in North Sumatra, Indonesia.

According to The Jakarta Post the rescue is going on for missing University Students and guides. The disaster occurred during the student's visit to Dua Warna waterfall in North Sumatra province.

Around 300 rescuers including soldiers, police and teams from the National Search and Rescue Agency have been mobilized to search for the victims, Antara News Agency reported quoting National Disaster Management Agency, spokeperson, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.