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>> Indonesia's tsunami-ravaged coast now faces a new threat. Authorities warning of extreme weather and high waves on Wednesday as the community reels from Saturday's deadly disaster. A meteorological agency is warning residents to stay away from the shoreline. And there's fresh concerns the rough weather could make the volcano responsible for the tsunami even more fragile.
Experts warn a second disaster is still possible. Several villages are still inaccessible by the damaged roads. Reuters' Fergus Jensen has been covering the story.>> Behind me are construction workers trying to put together a bridge to get access to some of the otherwise inaccessible areas that have been cut off ever since this tsunami struck on Saturday night.
And here you can see an excavator and a working crew trying to put together pieces of concrete that will help provide access to some of those areas. And in some of those areas, there are believed to be quite a lot more victims from the tsunami who've potentially lost their lives.
Rescue workers have struggled to get in, though, because of this access being cut off.>> Over 400 people have died and more than 21,000 have been evacuated to higher grounds. Aerial footage shows areas along Banten Province's coast have been reduced to rubble after the tsunami tore through without warning.
Thousands of people are now staying in tents and temporary shelters after losing everything to the tsunami. This latest disaster coming during the Christmas season evoked memories of the Indian Ocean tsunami exactly 14 years ago which killed 226,000 people in 14 countries.