Four days after the devastating earthquake in Indonesia, search teams found the bodies of seven more people.
In total, the 5.6 magnitude earthquake killed more than 270 people, including many children. The epicenter was near the city of Cianjur, about 70 kilometers southeast of the capital Jakarta. Because it happened at a shallow depth of ten kilometers and on land, there was massive damage. In addition, Java is extremely densely populated.
The island nation of Indonesia lies on the Pacific Ring of Fire, the most geologically active zone on earth. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are common there.