At least 46 people have been killed following an earthquake in Indonesia.
Around 700 people have also been injured in the 5.6 magnitude quake.
The number of fatalities could rise even further, Herman Suherman, a district official from Cianjur, told Kompas TV – with evacuation efforts being hampered by landslides in some places.
Many were hurt because they were hit by collapsed buildings, according to the National Disaster Mitigation Agency.
Some areas are currently cut off.
The earthquake hit in the Cianjur region in West Java province at a depth of 6.2 miles, according to the US Geological Survey.
Several landslides were reported around Cianjur and dozens of buildings were damaged, including an Islamic boarding school, a hospital and other public facilities.
Residents in the capital city of Jakarta, where the quake was felt strongly and high rises swayed, fled into the streets for safety.