(Mirror) – A magnitude 7 earthquake has struck south of Sulawesi in Indonesia, sparking a tsunami warning. Panicked residents were filmed fleeing from beaches on the island after the quake, local media reports. Residents in central Sulawesi have been advised to evacuate after the natural disaster, which happened at 7.40 pm local time. Anxious locals –

who just months ago were hit by a horrific earthquake and tsunami which claimed more than 4,000 lives – took to the streets trying to reach safety as warnings of another huge wave were shared. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) said the quake hit 174 miles south of the province of Gorontalo, at a depth of 27 miles. The Indonesia Geophysics Agency issued a tsunami warning in the aftermath, but this was later lifted. READ MORE

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