Dear All.. Thanks max.. for more information.. Base on National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) confirmed 809 deaths. 1,250 people have suffered injuries.Message 1 of 2 , Oct 12, 2009View SourceDear All..Thanks max..for more information..Base on National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) confirmed 809 deaths.1,250 people have suffered injuries. The number of severely damaged houses has exceeded 135,300.BNPB reported the need for 8.025 tons of hulled rice to address the food needs of 133,739 households for one month. BNPB indicated that the stock of relief items for the next distribution is limited, and that the volume of relief items in several areas needs to be increased.we can't get acces to many area because landslide. where there is still many people that died and do not have asisstance. including food, water, shelter, and medicines. and could spread diseases.Now, we are also try to do something for them..Btw, how about our brother in Filipina?
Best,Raihana2009/10/6 Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
The earthquake in Padang, Indonesia happened at 17:16 pm (Indonesian time) on September 30. It registered 7.6 Richter scale.
A friend from Indonesia sent the following:
1. Many buildings in Padang have collapsed
2. About 80% of the buildings in Pariaman (one city in Padang) are damage or completely ruined
3. More than 400 people are now known to have died. The number will increase as the search goes on.
4. More than 50 people are still trapped under the ruins of broken buildings.
5. Many public facilities have collapsed.
6. Some people still in trauma and they have gone to the top of hills hoping it will be safe there.
7. Many victims lost their homes, and now stay in tent camps and mosques, but there is not enough shelter for all the victims.
8. Electricity has not been restored.
9. Access for the distribution of aid is still broken because of landslides. The army team is working to open the roads.
10. The victims really really need medicines.
11. Now many children are desperately begging for money from anyone passing by.
12. A second earthquake shook Padang again but it was not very strong.
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