Eleven more bodies have been discovered, bringing the death toll to 22 following the eruption of Indonesia’s Mount Marapi, VOA reported.
Two bodies were found on Monday, with nine more discovered on Tuesday, according to the National Search and Rescue Agency. One hiker remains missing and is presumed dead.
Rescuers were able to save around 75 climbers and confirmed 11 dead following Sunday’s initial eruption.
Mount Marapi, a volcano known for its difficult-to-predict eruptions, is one of Indonesia’s 130 active volcanoes.