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    A tsunami hit the coastal area in Pandeglang regency and beaches around the Sunda Strait at 8:27 pm (1:27 pm GMT) on 22 December, leaving dozens of people dead and hundreds injured, according to local media reports.

    A band of musicians was swept away by the tsunami's wave during a concert in the Indonesian city of Tanjung Lesung, TribunJakarta reported.

    The incident occurred during a beachfront performance by the pop group Seventeen. Concertgoers captured on video how the water destroyed the stage while the musicians were performing on it.

    READ MORE: Dozens Dead, Hundreds Hurt as Tsunami Hits Indonesian Sunda Strait Beaches

    According to TribunJakarta, the wife of the band's frontman, Dylan Sahara, is still missing. Two members of the band are reportedly dead. 

    The number of missing people as a result of a tsunami in Indonesia could reach several hundred people, according to The Jakarta Post. The fate of the audience at the Seventeen concert on the beach that was struck by a devastating wave remains unknown, The Jakarta Post reported, citing eyewitnesses to the tragedy.


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