An aerial view of evacuation process near a collapsed church after an earthquake in Sigi.
Indonesia has called off the search for those killed in a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami on Sulawesi island on September 28. Here are the latest figures from the disaster.
- 2,073 -
The total number of bodies recovered by Indonesian search and rescue teams, the national disaster agency said Thursday.
- 5,000 -
Those still believed missing somewhere beneath Balaroa and Petobo, two of Palu's worst-hit areas.
- 994 -
Victims buried in mass graves to prevent the spread of disease. The remainder were laid to rest by their families.
- 3 -
Monuments and green spaces planned as memorials to quake victims in Palu and nearby Sigi district.
- 18,353 -
Those who fled Palu in the aftermath of the disaster.
- 1600 -
The number of inmates still on the run nearly two weeks after the quake brought down the walls of six prisons.
- 11 -
The maximum height, in metres (36 feet), that the tsunami reached as it barrelled through Palu Bay and smashed into the foreshore.
- 522 -
Aftershocks that have rattled the disaster-ravaged city since the main quake.
- 200,000 -
Those in dire need of humanitarian assistance in Palu and surrounds.
- 10,679 -
Total injured in the disaster, one quarter of them seriously.
Displaced by the quake, with many living in tents outside their damaged homes or in emergency shelters.
- 2 -
The number of years it could take before all these people are back in homes.
Indonesia has called off the search for those killed in a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami on Sulawesi island on September 28.