At least 20 people have been killed and 165 more injured after a tsunami struck the Sunda Strait in Indonesia.
According to Indonesia’s National Disaster Management Agency, the definite cause of the tsunami is not yet known, but may have been prompted by underwater landslides caused by volcanic activity at the Krakatoa volcano. This, in combination with high tidal waves, may have led to the quick moving tsunami.
The death and injury totals are expected to rise as more locations are searched by emergency crews. The highway connecting Serang-Pandeglang was also reportedly cut off by the tsunami.