Children were treated for trauma and taught earthquake safety on August 10 after Lombok, Indonesia, was shaken by its third earthquake in a week, according to a post by the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management.
A 5-magnitude earthquake jolted Lombok on August 10, according to a tweet from BMKG. The 5.9-magnitude earthquake struck on August 9, four days after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
The death toll rose to 321 people by August 10, and over 1,000 people were hospitalized. More than 270,000 people were displaced from their homes by that date.
This video was shared after a second earthquake shook Lombok on August 10. Credit: BNPB via Storyful