At least 73 people have been killed after a six.two magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia's Sulawesi island early Friday.
More than 820 people were injured and over 27-thousand residents fled their homes.
The earthquake caused the collapse of hundreds of buildings from hotels and city council offices to hospitals in the cities of Mamuju and Majene.
Rescue teams have been deployed to find additional survivors mobilizing cranes to rummage through the ruins of concrete and rebars.
Amid the crisis, Indonesia's meteorological agency forecast extreme weather in the coming weeks while there were fears of another quake in the region potentially triggering a tsunami.