Alwaght- Indonesian authorities warned that more deadly tsunamis could hit the Asian country's coastline in the coming days, as the volcano which triggered the weekend's devastating wave continues to erupt.
The Saturday's Tsunami has claimed live of at least 281 people and injured 843 others, which struck the Indonesian coastline without warning. 28 people are remain missing.
Eyewitnesses described fleeing for their lives as beachfront homes were swept away in the wave, which is thought to have been caused by underwater landslides following the eruption of the Anak Krakatau volcano.
Aside from the over 11,600 people displaced, hundreds of homes, shops and vessels have been severely damaged, including the vital infrastructure needed for rescue efforts.
According to local media, the wave reached as high as three meters.
The region had only begun to recover from September’s disastrous earthquake which left over 2,000 dead, when tragedy struck again on Saturday.