Indonesian soldiers and residents verify damaged homes in Malang, East Java on Sunday, a day after a 6.0-magnitude quake struck off the coast of Indonesia’s major Java island. The earthquake, which hit 45 kilometers southwest of Malang city in East Java, broken tons of of properties, mosques and other constructions, leaving at least seven individuals dead. Among the infrastructures affected was a hospital and the Blitar Regency Government constructing. The Mardi Waluyo Hospital sustained serious harm when its ceiling abruptly collapsed, littering an unspecified number of affected person rooms with ceiling and electrical parts. A spokesman at the hospital said there have been no casualties ensuing from the collapsing roof. Many residential homes and schools have been additionally damaged by the earthquake, with partitions, home windows and roofs falling off. Two mosques in the Blitar Regency had been additionally affected by the quake.