Four domestic tourists drowned over the weekend at a tourist resort in Bogor, West Java.
The four victims, Taufik Akbar, 26, Ali Hamzah, 20, Rahmat Maulana, 20, and Ivan Fadhillah, drowned in a ravine near a waterfall known as Curug Seribu.
“Right after they arrived at the waterfall the victims went for a swim and were soon sucked into a whirl pool,” Cibungbulang precinct chief Comr. Sartono said as quoted by kompas.com.
The bodies of the four tourists were found by members of a search and rescue team dispatched by the Bogor branch of the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) on Sunday afternoon.