Families flee on motorcycles and cars to higher grounds in the capital Banda Aceh following a 5.9-magnitude earthquake that struck off Indonesia's Aceh province early Jan. 22, 2013, killing an eight-year old girl and injuring seven others, officials said, as panicked residents rushed outdoors. The quake struck 112 kilometres (70 miles) southeast of provincial capital of Banda Aceh at 05:22 a.m. (05:22 p.m. EDT) at a depth of 37 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.