Rescue workers are struggling to cope with the aftermath of Java's devastating quake at the weekend, with some 20,000 people left injured, according to the UN.
With hospitals overflowing, many people are being treated in car parks or at the side of the road.
Doctors say they have most medicines, but not enough plaster to set broken bones.
Aid and rescue teams are beginning to arrive from around the world.
Survivors are scrambling to retrieve whatever possessions they can.
Many are having to resort to begging as they wait for food and water to arrive.
An ancient temple complex at Prambanan suffered some damage in the quake.
Many are still struggling to come to terms with the devastation.