As of October 1st from the World Economic Forum, a 7.5 earthquake hit Indonesia, 940 miles from the capital of Jakarta, with the official estimate at 844. After the earthquake and tsunami struck unsuspecting people when the Indonesian emergency warning system failed to go off, 1000s of people have been displaced.

70 tons of supplies including water trucks and food, by the Indonesian Red Cross.  Emergency crews are working exceptionally hard to access people trapped under debris as the window for saving them closes. The height of the tsunami is around 20 feet.

The statistics related to the Indonesian earthquake are:
Death Toll - 844,
Displaced - 70000,
Homes Destroyed - 5186,
The number of Missing - 113.




Image source: https://www.statista.com/chart/15684/indonesian-earthquake-by-the-numbers/
Image license: CC-BY-ND

Overview of statistics related to the Indonesian earthquake

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As of October 1st from the World Economic Forum, a 7.5 earthquake hit Indonesia, 940 miles from the capital of Jakarta, with the official estimate at 844. After the earthquake and tsunami struck unsuspecting people when the Indonesian emergency warning system failed to go off, 1000s of people have been displaced.

70 tons of supplies including water trucks and food, by the Indonesian Red Cross. Emergency crews are working exceptionally hard to access people trapped under debris as the window for saving them closes. The height of the tsunami is around 20 feet.

The statistics related to the Indonesian earthquake are:
Death Toll - 844,
Displaced - 70000,
Homes Destroyed - 5186,
The number of Missing - 113.




Image source: https://www.statista.com/chart/15684/indonesian-earthquake-by-the-numbers/
Image license: CC-BY-ND

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