An Indonesian family has been reunited with their lost daughter ten years after she went missing in a deadly tsunami.
The girl, Raudhatul Jannah, was swept away with her older brother when the tsunami devastated the Aceh province of Indonesia on Dec. 26, 2004, Yahoo reports.
The girl was just four years old when she went missing, but recently, the girl's uncle saw a teenager walking in a village who resembled her.
The uncle learned that the girl had been swept away in the tsunami waters and was brought back to the mainland by fishermen and taken in by the fishermen's family.
Jannah's parents traveled to the village and believe the 14-year-old is their long, lost daughter because they "felt the bond right away," Yahoo says.
The family that took the girl in is also happy that she has been found by her biological family and Yahoo says they are now considered to be one big family.
If they need to take DNA tests to be 100 percent positive that Jannah is indeed their daughter, the family is prepared to do so, according to the article.
Now that the family believes they have found their daughter, they are hoping to find their son, who would be about 17 years old now.
According to The Washington Post, the tsunami killed about 275,000 people and was the deadliest tsunami since the Renaissance Age.