Tsunami takes musicians and spectators by surprise as waves wash away stage, killing seven including a band member. Dramatic footage of a tsunami in Indonesia's Sunda Strait shows large waves crashing into an outdoor stage where a local rock band was performing, killing a musician. We have lost loved ones, including our bassist and manager Coastal residents reported not seeing or feeling any warning signs, like receding water or an earthquake, before waves of up to two metres washed ashore, according to media. Authorities warned residents and tourists in coastal areas around the Sunda Strait to stay away from beaches and a high-tide warning remained in place until December
Dubai: A video of an Indonesian rock band getting swept away mid-performance went viral on social media, capturing just how unaware people were of the tsunami that hit Indonesia yesterday. What followed in the aftermath was a tsunami that no one expected. In a press release, the band confirmed that bassist M Awal Purbani and road manager Oki Wijaya had died in the disaster. The frontman of the band, Riefian Fajarsyah, posted a video message on Instagram, in which he can be seen crying. He said that he hoped that his remaining bandmates would be found and feared for his wife, who was also missing.
Even when a series of earthquakes began shaking the city of Palu on Friday afternoon after his paragliding competition had finished, Mr. Mandagi texted his wife in their hometown, Manado, and assured her that all was fine. Less than an hour later, twin natural disasters — a 7. As of Sunday evening, national disaster mitigation officials said that at least people had been confirmed killed.
Please refresh the page and retry. T he death toll from a devastating 7. More than people were confirmed dead in the city of Palu, where preparations for a beach festival had been underway as a towering wave of at least ten feet high barreled into the coastline. The terrifying moment was captured on a smartphone video that showed the wave crashing over and submerging one-storey buildings and cars by the beach as bystanders screamed and ran for cover.