7 of 10 SINKING and Africa Rolls; Indonesia: Soil collapse, landslides past month! Kenya lose elevation: One Killed, Several Missing in Mathare Floods! Uganda: A big crack cause risk collapse bridge!

Indonesia soil collapse

Indonesia SINKING: (Past month)


/ Cracked due to the development of home. Here's one of the residential floors are charged as a result of population development in Section 14, Petaling Jaya. Source /

Malaysia SINKING:

/ A bridge over Sungai Kob in Karangan near here has collapsed due to erosion, cutting off the easily accessible road link to a waste disposal site for this district and Bandar Baharu since Tuesday. Source /

Pandan Mewah Height -

7 of 10 Africa Rolls

Kenya:

Elevation lose -

10 May 2012

9 May 2009

Floods isolated schools and villages in southeastern Kenya in early May 2012. The Galana River (or Sabaki River) broke its banks and changed course, news reports said. Roughly 2,000 students were cut off from their schools, and more than 3,000 families were affected by the flooding in the region around Malindi. NASA Earth observatory

Crack and landslide in Kenya. Source

/ One Killed, Several Missing in Mathare Floods
Five people are feared dead following heavy flooding in different parts of the country over the last twenty four hours. One person was confirmed ... ( Resource: The Aftermath of Kenya's Floods Red Cross statistics indicate that up to 51 people have been killed across the country since the heavy rains started last month
"It was not raining, we believe the water is overflowing from areas of Ruaka and Kiambu where it rained a lot last night," Nyagah said. /

/ Three people were feared trapped or missing after a six-storey building that was under construction in Nairobi’s Westlands neighbourhood collapsed on Monday. Source /

Uganda:

/ Uganda: Nation - Kenya Bridge Collapsing
A big crack and large potholes have thrown engineers of both countries into panic with fears that it might be closed for motorists. A team from Uganda National Roads Authority is expected at the site today to unveil rescue plans and save the Great Lakes region from being cut off. /

7 of 10 Indo - Australian TILTING:

India TILTING:

/ Himachal: Bridge collapse cuts off the tribal Pangi Valley
Panchayats of tribal Pangi Valley in Chamba district  in Himachal Pradesh have  been cut off from  the road link as Mahulu Nallah bridge collapsed today morning ,said government Official. Source /

7 of 10 S American Rolls:

Brazil:

/ The worst flooding in 50 years struck the small town of 1100 in Brazil. Source /

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Kenya:

Kenya: One Killed, Several Missing in Mathare Floods

Five people are feared dead following heavy flooding in different parts of the country over the last twenty four hours. One person was confirmed ... ( Resource: The Aftermath of Kenya's Floods

Nairobi, Kenya — At least one person was killed and several others were missing following flash floods that swept away houses in Nairobi's Mathare slum on Sunday morning.

The body of a middle-aged woman had been retrieved by 10 am at Mathare 4A and the search for others was underway, police said.

"We have managed to pull out the body of a woman who was swept away. We are still looking for others reported missing," said Aphoid Nyagah, Police chief for Starehe division.

He described the disaster as "terrible and devastating because it struck when many people were asleep."

He could not immediately give the number of those missing. "We can not really tell how many people are missing at this point because we are still talking to the residents to get the information. But it is true we have received reports of missing persons."

A woman who managed to hang onto a small tree was also rescued on Sunday morning and taken to the Kiambu district hospital. Her baby was also rescued in her house, a few meters away.

Hundreds of people were displaced in this latest tragedy hitting the slum, barely a month after a landslide killed seven people in the same area.

Most of the people were able to run to safety when they heard sounds of gushing waters at about 5 am, but they could not rescue their households.

"It was not raining, we believe the water is overflowing from areas of Ruaka and Kiambu where it rained a lot last night," Nyagah said.

He said the Disaster Management department under the Ministry of Special Programs will help settle the displaced persons.

By midmorning Sunday, the water levels in the swelling river had started to go down.

"We were getting problems searching for the bodies in the morning because the water levels were so high, at least they have reduced now," Nyagah said.

Red Cross statistics indicate that up to 51 people have been killed across the country since the heavy rains started last month.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201205140069.html

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Uganda:

Uganda: Nation - Kenya Bridge Collapsing

A big crack and large potholes have thrown engineers of both countries into panic with fears that it might be closed for motorists.

A team from Uganda National Roads Authority is expected at the site today to unveil rescue plans and save the Great Lakes region from being cut off.

Fears of imminent collapse of the bridge have resulted in a trucks pile up now stretching over 6kms as they struggle to cross it. Over 1,000 trucks to and from Uganda, cross the bridge at Malaba everyday.

Teso North DC in Kenya Josephine Onunga described the situation as "terrible", but offered solace that the government was doing something about it to rescue regional economies.

The DC issued an early warning in February when she revealed a crack had emerged and needed urgent attention.

On Wednesday five Kenyan ministers led by Prof George Saitoti inspected the bridge to assess the damage.

After inspection, roads minister Franklin Bett allayed fears that the bridge is about to collapse.

He revealed that H-Young contractors have been hired to embark on the construction of a new bridge

http://allafrica.com/stories/201205111111.html

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Comment by Stanislav on May 15, 2012 at 4:47pm

Past month Indonesia landslide

Cracks in homes

Comment by Andrey Eroshin on May 15, 2012 at 10:28am

South Sudan: Floods Wreak Havoc in Bor

14.05.12. Heavy rains have wreaked havoc in most parts of Jonglei State. Heavy floods have hit the state capital Bor with many roads becoming impassable and several households and business premises marooned.
http://www.gurtong.net/ECM/Editorial/tabid/124/ctl/ArticleView/mid/...

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