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> A grim disaster zone tour for Indonesia's president Friday, Joko Widodo, sizing up the human cost of a magnitude 6.5 earthquake that's claimed more than 100 lives so far. This Aceh province hospital overcrowded with just a fraction of the 700 plus people in need of treatment for their injuries.
Those who can't find a tent, lying in corridors, car parks, or tents. Meanwhile, the search and rescue effort is now into day three. Authorities say all of the dead were crushed in crumbling structures. Rescuers focusing their efforts on a hard hit market area, where most fatalities occurred. Victims including a groom and guests at a wedding party, when half the complex they were in collapsed.
Aceh will remain in a state of emergency for at least the next two weeks. Many people gathering in shelters overnight, either left homeless, or sleeping outside for fear that more aftershocks could crumble the buildings around them.