The dramatic footage was captured in the city of Palu on September 28.
The earthquake shook up saturated earth beneath the city of Palu causing it to flow like liquid, scientists believe
Dramatic footage has emerged from the city of Palu on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, with buildings collapsing as the ground slides beneath them.
The phenomenon, known as soil liquefaction, is thought to have occurred as a result of the recent 7.5 magnitude earthquake, which also triggered a devastating tsunami. The death toll has already passed 1,200 and is expected to rise...
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