At least 271 people are dead and more than 1,000 injured after an earthquake of 5.6 magnitude struck the West Java Island of Indonesia on Monday Nov. 21.
The epicenter was located near a town called Cianjur in West Java.
Buildings were severely damaged and flattened after the shallow earthquake, which hit at about 1:21 pm local time.
A viral video showed a classroom at the Universitas Suryakancana in Cianjur collapsing during the earthquake.
Authorities said over 13,000 people have been displaced, and many of the dead are students whose schools collapsed.
The quake was felt strongly as far away as in the capital Jakarta.
Some buildings in the capital swayed, while people had to be evacuated, the AP reported.
Rescue efforts have been complicated by electricity outages in some areas and 169 aftershocks.
Officials are warning more landslides could happen in following weeks during the peak of the rainy season, Reuters reported.