Survivors of the tsunami that killed at least 373 people in Indonesia over the weekend are bracing for a possible second series of waves — while officials revealed on Monday that the tsunami-warning system has been broken for years.
Indonesian authorities told residents of coastlines near the Anak Krakatau volcano — which triggered Saturday night’s tsunami — to steer clear of the shore because the volcano is still erupting.
“We are cautioning the people to remain cautious,” said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for the country’s National Agency for Disaster Management. “The Krakatau volcano continues to erupt, which could potentially trigger another tsunami.”
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