Bali Rocked After 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake As Tourists Flee

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Scenes of destruction greeted rescue workers across Indonesia’s resort islands of Lombok and Bali, after an earthquake of 6.9 to 7.0 magnitude killed at least 98 people and prompted an exodus of fleeing tourists rattled by the second powerful quake in only a week.

Their National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said it expected the death toll to rise once the rubble of more than 13,000 flattened and damaged houses was cleared away.

Power and communications were severed in areas, with landslides and a collapsed bridge blocking access to areas around the quake epicenter in the north. The military said it would send a ship with medical aid, supplies and logistics support.

Lombok was also just hit on July 29 by a 6.4 magnitude quake that killed 17 people and briefly stranded several hundred trekkers on the slopes of a volcano.

Long lines were forming at airports as foreign visitors cut their holidays short. BNPB said 18 extra flights had been added for tourists fleeing the area as aftershocks continued to roll the islands.

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