Fourteen people were killed, 60 were injured and 2,364 houses were damaged due to tornado attack in Indonesia, an official said on Sunday.
Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, head of Center of Data Information and Public Relation at the National Agency for Disaster Management ( BNPB), said in a statement that 35 regencies and cities in the main islands of Java and Bali were attacked by tornado since the last four days.
"The impact of tornado since Wednesday to Saturday is quite big. Overall, 14 were killed, 60 were injured and 2,364 houses were damaged," he said.
He said that tornado attacked all provinces in Java and Bali.
"The 35 regencies and cities are among others Lebak, Tangerang, Pandeglang and Sukabumi in West Java province, Seribu Island and South Jakarta in Jakarta province, Situbondo, Kediri, Blitar and Malang of East Java province, Magelang, Boyolali, Semarang and Banyumas in Central Java province, Sleman of Yogyakarta province, as well as Tabanan and Denpasar of Bali province," said Nugroho.
He also said that the fatalities were due to collapsing trees.
According to Nugroho, the massive tornado was influenced by tropical cyclone Iggy in southern Nusa Tenggara and Bali provinces.
"Currenly, Iggy is weakening and leaving Indonesian waters," he said.
Nugroho said that the Regional Agencies for Disaster Management (BDPBs), local goverments, military, police and related institutions have sent disaster migitation assistances.
"Logistics and equipments from BNPB sent to provincial BDPBs have been distributed to those who are exposed to the disaster," said Nugroho.