Caskets containing the remains of unidentified flash flood victims are buried in a mass grave in Sentani, Jayapura, Papua on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Unidentified victims of deadly flash floods and landslides in Indonesia were buried in a mass grave Wednesday, with dozens still missing nearly two weeks after the disaster. ANTARA/Gusti Tanati

A woman looking at caskets containing the remains of unidentified flash flood victims are buried in a mass grave in Sentani, Jayapura, Papua on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. The official death toll stands at 112, but over 90 more people are unaccounted for after torrential rains pounded Indonesia's Papua region, triggering landslides and flash floods. ANTARA/Gusti Tanati

Caskets containing the remains of unidentified flash flood victims are buried in a mass grave in Sentani, Jayapura, Papua on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Some 20 victims who have yet to be identified were placed in numbered coffins and then buried near the hard-hit town of Sentani. Their DNA samples have been sent to the national police headquarters, authorities said. ANTARA/Gusti Tanati

Police officers put a casket containing the remains of unidentified flash flood victims are buried in a mass grave in Sentani, Jayapura, Papua on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. The official death toll stands at 112, but over 90 more people are unaccounted for after torrential rains pounded Indonesia's Papua region, triggering landslides and flash floods. ANTARA/Gusti Tanati

Police officers put a caskets containing the remains of unidentified flash flood victims are buried in a mass grave in Sentani, Jayapura, Papua on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Some 20 victims who have yet to be identified were placed in numbered coffins and then buried near the hard-hit town of Sentani. Their DNA samples have been sent to the national police headquarters, authorities said. ANTARA/Gusti Tanati

Residents pray to caskets containing the remains of unidentified flash flood victims are buried in a mass grave in Sentani, Jayapura, Papua on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. The March 16 disaster left nearly 1,000 injured while more than 11,000 people were evacuated to temporary shelters, with thousands still living in makeshift tents. The government earlier announced a two-week state of emergency after the disaster destroyed homes and other buildings and blocked roads. ANTARA/Gusti Tanati