A landslide triggered by torrential rain has killed at least 18 people and left 90 others missing in Dusun Jemblung, Desa Sampang, Kabupaten Banjarnegara, in central Java (Jawa Tengah), Indonesia.
AFP reported that the landslide swept down a hillside in the village, sparing only two houses.
The ground was still unstable and most rescue work was being carried out manually.
Only two houses remain standing while the others were swept away by the disaster.
On Saturday October 2, 2010, a train crashed into another train in Petarukan, Indonesia.
Petarukan is a city on the northern coast of Central Java province.
At least 36 people were killed and 50 were injured, many of them are badly injured.
There were bodies still trapped in the damaged train.
The time of the crash was around 3 a.m. (0800 GMT; 9 p.m. EDT Friday).
A train from the capital, Jakarta, slammed into a train sitting idle near the platform, causing severe damage to both.
At about 4 a.m. another passenger train crashed in the town of Solo.
So far one person was reported killed in the train accident.
At the moment it was not clear what caused the accidents.
I’m very sad for the victims and their families of this disaster.