A strong quake with a magnitude of 6.2 hit the Indonesian island of Lombok island on Thursday, causing some buildings to collapse, according to witnesses and the Southeast Asian nation's meteorology and geophysics agency.
Another natural disaster has struck the Indonesian island of Lombok as the community battles to recover from Sunday's quake.
The latest quake on Thursday was felt strongly on the island and followed a 6.9 quake on Sunday that killed at least 131 people and damaged thousands of houses.
It was not immediately clear whether the latest tremor was a new quake or the strongest of the hundreds of aftershocks to hit since Sunday.
Volunteers and rescue personnel have erected more temporary shelters for the tens of thousands left homeless on the island.
The quake occurred in North Lombok district at a depth of 12 kilometers, according to the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG).
Reuters witnesses reporting on the aftermath of Sunday's quake in the north of the island said buildings and walls that had already been weakened collapsed, and people ran out onto roads even as rocks tumbled down from hillsides.
Makeshift medical facilities have been set up to treat the injured.
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Authorities and worldwide relief groups have begun organizing aid, but badly damaged roads have slowed efforts to reach survivors in the mountainous north of Lombok, which bore the brunt of the quake.
This most recent aftershock happened on Thursday and had a magnitude of 5.9.
"I visited villages yesterday that were completely collapsed".
But some evacuees have complained of being ignored or experiencing long delays for supplies to arrive at shelters.
The Indonesian Red Cross said it's focusing its relief efforts on an estimated 20,000 people in remote areas in the island's north where aid still has not reached.
He said they were also looking for people with untreated injuries.
One aid agency, Yayasan Plan International Indonesia, has warned that thousands of children have been left homeless, forced to sleep in open fields without warm clothing or blankets.