Four missing in floods, landslides in West Java as Indonesia braces for extreme bad weather


JAKARTA, Oct 4 (Xinhua): Four people were reported missing, with one of them feared dead, as floods and landslides damaged houses and a bridge in Indonesia's western province of West Java on Saturday (Oct 3) evening, according to disaster agency officials.

Heavy downpours has caused a river to overflow, engulfing houses in the surrounding areas in the Cianjur district, said Kuswara Retana, a senior official of the local disaster management agency.

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