A powerful earthquake of 6.8-magnitude in Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java killed at least one person and displaced more than 1,000 people.
People rushed out of high-rise buildings.
At least 34 houses were destroyed and dozens of other buildings were damaged.
The epicenter of the earthquake was the Indian Ocean 227 km from the city of Teluk Betung on Sumatra.
Indonesia is situated on Pacific Ring of Fire frequently hit by earthquakes.
Indonesia issued a tsunami warning on Friday night.
The strong quake was felt in the capital Jakarta.
One person died of a heart attack and four others were injured.
The most devastating quake in Indonesian history was on Dec. 26 in 2004.
A magnitude 9.5 quake triggered a massive tsunami killing around 126,000 in Indonesia.