An air traffic controller died as a tsunami hit Indonesia this week when he stayed behind to make sure people escaped a city safely on a plane.
Anthonius Gunawan Agung was working at Palu airport when disaster hit the island on Friday evening.
But instead of fleeing with colleagues, the 21-year-old remained in the control tower until the last plane carrying people escaping was air bound.
Moments later, the tower began to crumble, and the worker was forced to jump from a fourth floor window.
Despite being rushed to hospital with a broken leg, the young man died from internal injuries on Saturday morning.
The decision to stay behind cost Mr Agung his life, however he saved hundreds of others by doing so, Air Navigation Indonesia spokesman Yohannes Sirait said. Read more