7 of 10 SINKING & TILTING, S American Rolls; India: Jalandhar building collapse 18 dead! Paraguay: Flood in Chaco, one of the worst natural disasters in recent years!

7 of 10 Indo - Australian Plate TILTING

India TILTING:

/ Jalandhar Building Collapse: Toll Rises to 19
Three more persons were today feared dead as rescue workers scrambled to extricate people trapped from the rubble of the factory building that collapsed here on Sunday, with the toll in the mishap climbing to 19. /

( and etc Articles )

7 of 10 SINKING Sunda Plate

Indonesia SINKING:

Jakarta -

/ Heavy rain which flushed the area of South Jakarta on Thursday afternoon to make most of the roads in Bintaro and Serpong flooded to cause traffic jams. /

Banten -

/ A total of 16 boats fishing the South coast Binuangeun Lebak, Banten, heavily damaged by the flood hit or rob tides and strong winds in the region. In addition to strong winds also overflowing sea water reached one meter. /

/ Floods inundated hundreds of homes back in the Housing Ministry of the Interior in Karang Tengah, Tangerang, Banten, on Wednesday (18/4). Flooding is very disturbing activities of citizens. Flood menggenani housing since Tuesday (17/4) then. Water levels at the site around 50 to 70 centimeters. /

/ Just finished cleaning up after floods hit Ciledug Indah Housing, City of Tangerang, Banten, last Thursday, residents returned Playing the flood, Friday (20/04/2012). The water level reached 60 centimeters. "This is the third time during the month of April my house flooded," said Lili, a resident of RT 06 RW 02, Friday. /

/ Friday (20/4) the most severe flooding occurred in residential Graha Indah Pakujaya Bintaro, North Serpong, South Tangerang City. At this location the water level reached 70 centimeters, up nearly 1 meter. Number of houses flooded in the region reached 200 homes. As a result the activities of people affected. /

Bali -

/ Air Bugbug tide on the beach and the White Sand Beach, Karangasem regency, Bali, on Friday (20/4), flooded homes. "There are six houses of our citizens who flooded the tide," Wave height was continued until Friday morning. As a result, on Friday morning, a number of houses in the fishing village inundated by sea water. According Kantun, the phenomenon of the tide was out of the ordinary. "It usually occurs in August. Year have occurred in April, but the weather was normal," h /

Central Java -

/ Toll roads in the Village Bondolharjo district, District Punggelan, Banjarnegara, end total eroded due to flooding from the River Pekacangan. /

Sulawesi -

/ Floods submerge again two districts in Mountong Parigi, Central Sulawesi, Thursday (19/4) at around 5:00 pm. Earlier also there was a flood on 15 April last past 2012. Among the flood affected areas Tinombala Village district. Ongka Ogoalas district and village. Mepenga. Floods cause casualties this time one person was killed. /

7 of 10 S American Roll

Colombia:

/ The rains and floods have left so far 19 dead, four missing and 60,864 people living in Colombia, said Thursday the country's Red Cross. /

Paraguay:

/ Floods leave Paraguay losses, thousands homeless. Paraguayan military on Friday evacuated hundreds of families affected by floods in the inhospitable region of Chaco, one of the worst natural disasters in recent years that will leave millions in losses for cattle and the dairy industry. /

/ Floods force evacuation of Paraguay 1500 people. Gladys Cardozo, said more than 1500 people are evacuated so far by the floods, and continuing rescue efforts and food assistance. /


7 of 10 Indo - Australian plate TILTING


India TILTING:


Jalandhar Building Collapse: Toll Rises to 19

Three more persons were today feared dead as rescue workers scrambled to extricate people trapped from the rubble of the factory building that collapsed here on Sunday, with the toll in the mishap climbing to 19.

"We have pulled out 19 dead bodies from the debris while sixty-two people have been rescued so far. While some of the survivors have been discharged others are still admitted at the Sadar Hospital and the Devi Talab Trust Hospital," District Magistrate Priyank Bharti said.

"We will continue with rescue and relief work until we pull out the last body. We don't want to endanger the life of any survivor trapped beneath the rubble though we doubt if anyone is still alive," he said.

A National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) official said they were still trying to pull out the three bodies but their death was yet to be confirmed.

Fifty-per cent of the rubble has been cleared so far but it will require a few more days, he added.

The three-storey factory building collapsed at around midnight on Sunday in Focal Point area here.

A local court had extended the police remand of the factory owner, Sheetal Vij for four more days on April 19.

A case of culpable homicide not amounting to murder has been registered against the factory owner, who was arrested on Monday.

The state government has announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh each to the kin of the deceased. It also announced a compensation of Rs 65,000 each to the seriously injured and Rs 45,000 each to injured persons.

http://news.outlookindia.com/items.aspx?artid=760285

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

7 of 10 SINKING Sunda Plate

Indonesia:

Banten -


Beautiful residential Ciledug Flood Again

TANGERANG, KOMPAS.com - Just finished cleaning up after floods hit Ciledug Indah Housing, City of Tangerang, Banten, last Thursday, residents returned Playing the flood, Friday (20/04/2012). The water level reached 60 centimeters.

"This is the third time during the month of April my house flooded," said Lili, a resident of RT 06 RW 02, Friday.

Lili had fatigue for a flood that came in a row. "Just breathe a day, eh this morning, at around 3:00, the water went into the house again," said retired teacher SMK 2 Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta, it is.

The first flood occurred on the 4th of April. At that time, the water levels reach 1.5 meters. At that time, the floods also inundated Ciledug Jalan Raya.

Flooding occurred again on Wednesday. The water level reached 60 cm.

As far as Compass, still many people who opted to stay at home because the water levels in the home is only 60 cm. Many residents commute without bringing the goods to evacuate.

Since housing was built in 1986, according to Lili, floods occur every year. "Worst flooding in 2002 and 2007," he said.

http://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/2012/04/20/21073764/Perumahan.Ci...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Dozens of boats were severely damaged by hit by rob

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - A total of 16 boats fishing the South coast Binuangeun Lebak, Banten, heavily damaged by the flood hit or rob tides and strong winds in the region.

"We have not received reports of casualties caused by disasters and winds rob it," said Secretary of Indonesian Fishermen Association (HNSI) Ade Supriyadi Lebak when contacted on Friday.

Ade asked the coastal communities of South Beach Lebak remain alert to flood tides and strong winds.

During this time, he said, bad weather still hit the southern coast.

In addition to strong winds also overflowing sea water reached one meter.

"We hope that coastal residents to remain calm and not panic facing a natural disaster," he said.

He said, it now had 16 fishing boats were damaged and five stalls down.

Their fishing boats and shacks warungan located at the fish auction (TPI) and Muara Karang Malang District Wanasalam, Lebak.

However, he said, the natural disaster caused no casualties.

"We ask the citizens of calm, despite the surge of sea water has not receded since this morning," he said.

Meanwhile, Head of Operational Police Commissioner Yudhi Wibisana Lebak said he fielded members into the field to see the disaster rob and high winds.

He urged people to expect a quiet coastal area and do not panic, despite the flood of water to land as high as one meter.

"We continue to monitor in order to anticipate the loss of life," he said.
(KR-MSR/S006)

http://www.antaranews.com/berita/307082/puluhan-perahu-rusak-berat-...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Flood the Housing Ministry of the Interior

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Floods inundated hundreds of homes back in the Housing Ministry of the Interior in Karang Tengah, Tangerang, Banten, on Wednesday (18/4). Flooding is very disturbing activities of citizens.

Flood menggenani housing since Tuesday (17/4) then. Water levels at the site around 50 to 70 centimeters. In fact, water had entered the house. The flow of bad floods triggered Angke time. Therefore, the houses are located lower than the times.

The flooding forced to move their furniture to higher ground. Residents also have to move their vehicles for fear of subsequent flooding caused by the high rainfall in the area of Tangerang. (TII)

http://www.metrotvnews.com/read/newsvideo/2012/04/19/149391/Banjir-...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Hundreds of Houses Submerged in Flood Serpong

indosiar.com, South Tangerang - Friday (20/4) the most severe flooding occurred in residential Graha Indah Pakujaya Bintaro, North Serpong, South Tangerang City. At this location the water level reached 70 centimeters, up nearly 1 meter.

Number of houses flooded in the region reached 200 homes. As a result the activities of people affected. Widodo mother is one of them. Although the kitchen was flooded seinggi calf adults, but the housewife is still cooking for her family.

Residents blamed, in addition to heavy rain yesterday, causing flooding that often occurs in this region due to poor drainage and sedimentation times Angke, due to new housing development.

Meanwhile, the toll booth the previous BSD closed on Thursday afternoon until Friday morning, flooding occurred at kilometer 8, has now opened again. (Ibn Masud Samsuri / Her)

http://www.indosiar.com/fokus/ratusan-rumah-di-serpong-terendam-ban...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Bali -

Rob in Karangasem Flood Flood Home Residents
Amlapura - AFP: Air Bugbug tide on the beach and the White Sand Beach, Karangasem regency, Bali, on Friday (20/4), flooded homes.

"There are six houses of our citizens who flooded the tide," said the chief I Wayan Mas Bugbug Astwa when contacted from Amlapura. In addition to six homes, the tide also damaged three cattle sheds.

He said the incident occurred due to high waves in the ocean waters east of Bali since Thursday (19/4) evening. "Last night some of the fishermen did not dare go to sea because of high waves," said I Wayan Kantun, Bugbug Coast fishermen.

Wave height was continued until Friday morning. As a result, on Friday morning, a number of houses in the fishing village inundated by sea water.

According Kantun, the phenomenon of the tide was out of the ordinary. "It usually occurs in August. Year have occurred in April, but the weather was normal," he said. (Ant/OL-01)

http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2012/04/20/314395/290/101/Banjir...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Central Java -

Roads due to flooding in Banjarnegara End

Waterfall - AFP: Toll roads in the Village Bondolharjo district, District Punggelan, Banjarnegara, end total eroded due to flooding from the River Pekacangan.

"The flood caused by heavy rain which flushed the area since Friday (20/4) afternoon. Around 18:00 pm, the water overflowed rivers to inundate rice fields Pekacangan on it," said the chief Bondolharjo, Tursin, in Banjarnegara, Saturday (21 / 4).

According to him, overflowing rivers Pekacangan also eroded cliff road district located on the west side of the river.

As a result, he said, the county road in front of the Elementary School Bondolharjo a total drop of 50 meters long.

"The position of the road about five feet above the river. Overflow Pekacangan River is eroded cliff road to cut off completely," he said.

He thought, he decided the road due to the retaining of the river are built the Office of Water Resources Management in Central Java Province in 2011 is not high enough to directly hit the cliffs road flooding.

Tursin said retaining water intended for irrigation Liangan secure the weir is located about 200 meters upstream.

"The strong pressure of the water for hours, resulting in eroded cliffs, then drag the road," he said.

In addition to cut the road, he said, the floods have also destroyed dozens of hectares of rice paddies citizens. In fact, he added, some fields in some locations residents lost due to water eroded. (Ant/OL-9)

http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2012/04/21/314515/289/101/Jalan-...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Sulawesi -

Floods in Parigi Mountong, One Killed

JAKARTA - Floods submerge again two districts in Mountong Parigi, Central Sulawesi, Thursday (19/4) at around 5:00 pm. Earlier also there was a flood on 15 April last past 2012.

Among the flood affected areas Tinombala Village district. Ongka Ogoalas district and village. Mepenga. Floods cause casualties this time one person was killed.

"Floods cause one person died of the river swept away and there are as many as 20 families of refugees," said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, Data Analysis and Information Sector National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), Thursday (19/4).

Data BNPN, material losses from disasters include three houses were swept away, 36 homes were severely damaged, and 17 homes with minor damage. Flood inundated 242 houses, 125 ha of plantations and 150 hectares of rice fields. Other damage 1 km of irrigation channels and 3 km damaged roads.

"Government has set tarurat response period since April 15 to 29 April 2012. People who are victims of people were evacuated to the district office," said Sutopo.

Until now BPBD still doing data collection in emergency response and disaster sites. Emergency shelters have been established and BPBD with Social Services, Department of Public Works, Public Health Service, Army, Police and other emergency handling.

"The need for urgent needs of victims at this time is fast food, blankets and Family kid," he added. (Fat / JPNN)

http://www.jpnn.com/read/2012/04/19/124828/Banjir-di-Parigi-Mounton...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Jakarta -

Flood paralyzes traffic Bintaro
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Heavy rain which flushed the area of South Jakarta on Thursday afternoon to make most of the roads in Bintaro and Serpong flooded to cause traffic jams.

A number of residents in the area contacted by Reuters said Thursday night, in some housing complexes in the region, especially in sectors 9 Permata Bintaro high enough standing water, but did not get into the house but the water levels impede access to residents.

"The water started to go around five o'clock in the Permata Bintaro, the water levels at some point have a man's thigh-high, or about 50 cm at 19:30 pm," said one resident Waloejo (50) here on Thursday night.

Other residents, Ernawati (40), said she and her husband stuck in traffic around the station Sudimara towards Sector 9.

Congestion also occurs along the outer ring expressway Jakarta (JORR) of the TB Simatupang South Jakarta to Bintaro and Serpong.

"Flooding in the toll road after the door to the Pondok Aren Serpong make the car stalled, the bottleneck effect everywhere," said Tjatur (40), a resident who stuck in traffic on Jalan Veteran.

Congestion also occurs in the overpass sector 9, along the Veteran and a number of roads in the region.

Waloejo said the response from the developer of a new form of assistance unit patrol car to transport people to the gate of each compound in the Permata Bintaro.

Until 20:00 pm there has been no official statement from the authorities about the handling of flooding that often occurs when high-intensity rainfall.

http://www.antaranews.com/berita/306938/banjir-lumpuhkan-lalu-linta...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

7 of 10 S American Roll

Paraguay:


Floods leave Paraguay losses, thousands homeless

Paraguayan military on Friday evacuated hundreds of families affected by floods in the inhospitable region of Chaco, one of the worst natural disasters in recent years that will leave millions in losses for cattle and the dairy industry.

A heavy rains that occur two weeks ago joined the construction of dams on private farms that prevented the removal of water, and that members of the Armed Forces began to blow in compliance with a court order.

The National Emergency Secretariat (SEN) said six people died from lack of medical care, including a baby of three months. The agency evacuated thousands of families who were stranded without food, drinking water and basic services.

"So far there are 11,000 affected families across the Chaco, flooded or isolated. Many of these communities are indigenous (...) yesterday rescued a couple of old people that was on the roof of his house," said the head of the SEN Gladys Cardozo, quoted by ABC Digital.

Congress declared an emergency in the three departments of Chaco, occupying the western region of the country called, and released funds to carry out the rescue. The government mobilized hundreds of officers and soldiers.

The Health Ministry launched an epidemiological alert for the possibility of occurrence of cases of cholera and other diseases associated with unsafe water and inadequate waste treatment.

"There may be a significant increase in infectious diseases in flooded areas the next few weeks," said Deputy Health Minister, Raquel Escobar.

ECONOMIC INJURY

Coexist in the large cattle ranches, dairies and impoverished communities. The producers considered significant losses in a year that it was difficult for livestock by an outbreak of FMD months ago.

"In the worst case we expect to lose 25,000 head of cattle. Is a difficult time," he told Reuters the vice president of the Rural Association of Paraguay, Eusebio Cardozo.

Paraguay has about 12 million head of cattle on its territory and recorded before the outbreak of FMD was among the 10 largest exporters of beef. Foreign sales of the product fell by nearly 30 percent in the first quarter.

Another hit is the dairy sector, with production mainly supplies the local market. President of the Federation of Production Cooperatives (FECOPROD), Gustav Sawatzky, said industries are working to 40 percent capacity by the floods.

"Between 90,000 and 100,000 liters of milk are spoiling a day, because you can not collect. And you are 12 days of this situation, so they are more than a million liters of milk lost," said Sawatzky.

(Reporting by Didier Cristaldo, editing by Paul Casciato)

http://noticias.terra.com.pe/internacional/latinoamerica/inundacion...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Floods force evacuation of Paraguay 1500 people

ASUNCION, Paraguay, April. 19 (UPI) - Gladys Cardozo, said more than 1500 people are evacuated so far by the floods, and continuing rescue efforts and food assistance.

Minister of National Emergency Secretariat also said today (yesterday), arrived at the headquarters located in Irala Fernández, Presidente Hayes department of a delegation of Argentina, to help with the rescue, and assistance . Of the delegation from the neighboring country, there came a person in the organization WH (humanitarian agency under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Argentina), also 2 pilots who arrived in a helicopter of the gendarmerie.

Evacuees who are in the shelter, installed by the National Emergency Secretariat are in the area of General Diaz, who were the most affected by the flood, so indigenous Zapotec cacique, are settled on the site. It also mentioned that they were working hard to rescue people who were in very delicate health situation have been taken to various hospitals, including one lady who came by a stroke.

Now continue with the work of food assistance, and conduct a flight over the area of Alto Paraguay to know the situation of the towns of the area. He also noted that more and more institutions are folding the work of the SEN, such as the National Quality and Animal Health (SENACSA), the National Malaria Eradication (SENEPA), the National Electricity Administration (ANDE) Red Cross, among others.

http://espanol.upi.com/Noticias-destacadas/2012/04/20/Inundaciones-...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Colombia:

Rains and floods have left 19 dead in Colombia

Caracas, Apr 19. AVN. - The rains and floods have left so far 19 dead, four missing and 60,864 people living in Colombia, said Thursday the country's Red Cross.

The most affected locations are Cundinamarca, Santander, the coffee and the mountainous areas of Tolima, Huila, Antioquia, Valle and Cauca, outlined the Colombian newspaper El Pais.

The Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies of Colombia said they are red alert against possible flooding of the Bogota, Amazon and Chicamocha, because the rains continue.

Meanwhile, the Colombian government activated a contingency plan to deal with intense storms, especially in high risk areas.

The head of the Risk Management Division, Carlos Ivan Marquez, considered it "important that we have contingency plans ready for preventive issue, with evacuation plans, early warning, and that these are addressed by the communities."

Heavy rains have caused damage to 40 schools, 32 aqueducts, five bridges and 191 roads, which remains isolated parts of the country by mobilizing issues for cargo and passengers.

http://www.avn.info.ve/node/108806

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Views: 1829

Tags: -, 10, 7, American, Australia, Indo, Roll, S, SINKING, TILTING, More…of

Comment

You need to be a member of Earth Changes and the Pole Shift to add comments!

Join Earth Changes and the Pole Shift

SEARCH

Donate


Thanks to donations, the annual fund raisers for Ning Fees and ZetaTalk Mirror Sites will not be necessary

© 2014   Created by Gerard Zwaan.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service