7 of 10 SINKING; 200 homes in Pesanggrahan, South Jakarta, were flooded! Floods inundated hundreds of houses in Petamburan, Central Jakarta!

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Indonesia SINKING:

Jakarta - / Floods inundated hundreds of houses in Petamburan, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, Monday (13/2). Stagnant water is as high as 70 centimeters induced Continuous heavy rains since last night. Meanwhile, about 200 homes in Pesanggrahan, South Jakarta, were flooded after a levee breached by limiting the flow of the river reached 20 feet. /

/ Majalaya Back Flooded Flooding. District Majalaya in Bandung regency, West Java, back tergenani Citarum River flood which overflowed on Monday (2/13/2012) /

/ Soak 230 flood Poso House Residents. Continuous heavy rains Coastal Poso district, Poso, Central Sulawesi province on Monday night (13/02/2012) make at least two hundred and thirty houses were flooded. In addition because of rain, flooding caused by overflow of two creeks in the area. According to local residents the signs of flooding taking place since Monday afternoon, until at night the water kept rising until it reaches the height of the calf and knee adults. Flooding from overflowing rivers, namely the two creeks and rivers tiwombo kapopo that resulted in at least 230 houses and school buildings were flooded. Materu Daeng Burhanuddin, head of the village began to say, this flooding is the worst thing that ever happened, because the entire village area is submerged. /

/ Dozens of hectares of rice fields in Ngasinan Village, Fur District, flooded due to heavy rain that occurred on Sunday (2/12/2012) afternoon, until evening. With farmers in the event Ngasinan further request that the existence of the bridge and Teteg Cendini reviewed. Chairman Gapoktan Ngasinan Village Farmers Chess Manunggal, Slamet Siswo Hartono, said the total area of flooded rice didesanya time due to overflow Tank reached 42 hectares /

/ Soak 6 RT flooding in Kabo Jaya. Sangatta. Neighborhood Six (RT) in the village of Swarga Bara, North Sangatta drowned because of flash floods, yesterday (13/2). RT is submerged among other RT 10, 14-18 in Kabo Jaya, Swarga village of Bara. /

/ Chairman of the Bogor City Tagana Kelana Surya said that since last weekend there were at least four point hit by floods and landslides. "Last weekend flooding Sari Village Estuary, South Bogor and landslides in the Village Bantarjati, North Bogor. Landslides occurred again last night in Kampung Rambutan, Central and Cimapar Bogor, Bogor North," he said on Tuesday (14/2). /

/ Flash Flood Hit Village Mukapayung Cililin. Flash floods tear down the bridge connecting the two RT and break down the dam in the village of Mukapayung, Cililin, West Bandung regency. A total of 33 families isolated and approximately 10 hectares of paddy fields were damaged by flood residents. /

Philippines SINKING:

/ Brgy. Patitinan in Sangay, Camarines Sur was impassable due to a landslide while Brgy. Baliwag Viejo, Minalabac, Camarines Sur was affected by the overflowing of the Bicol River. Buhi River in Camarines Sur also overflowed. The municipalities of Palo, Dagami, Pastrana and Tanauan in Eastern Visayas were affected by flooding, while Barangays 19 and 20 and Santiago in Gingoog City in Misamis Oriental in Region 10 were affected by flash floods. Likewise affected by flash floods were the municipalities of Alegria, Claver and Tubod in Surigao del Norte. /

/ 1 dead, thousands displaced in Bicol floods. An 18-year-old woman died while thousands were evacuated due to massive flooding spawned by heavy rains in the Bicol region since Sunday, the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) reported yesterday. /

/ Several areas in Davao City were flooded after a four-hour heavy downpour on Monday night. The rain started 6:30 p.m. Monday and went on through the rest of the night inundating several portions of the Davao-Cotabato national highway and the city thoroughfares at more than knee-level of water stranding several vehicles and commuters. The stranded commuters had to wait for four hours for the flood to subside /




Philippines:

Heavy rains flood Davao City

MANILA, Philippines - Several areas in Davao City were flooded after a four-hour heavy downpour on Monday night.

The rain started 6:30 p.m. Monday and went on through the rest of the night inundating several portions of the Davao-Cotabato national highway and the city thoroughfares at more than knee-level of water stranding several vehicles and commuters.

The stranded commuters had to wait for four hours for the flood to subside.

Rescue units of the Emergency Response Center Central 911 rushed to the bridge at Matina-Balusong following reports that the water at Balusong River started to increase to critical levels.

The Public Safety Command Center identified Puan, Ulas, Bangkal and JP Laurel Avenue were greatly affected by the flood from 11 p.m. Monday to 2 a.m. today.

In the northern part of the city, particularly in Bunawan, the Licanan River also overflowed where the water level reached to almost three feet where only big vehicles can pass the highway. As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, the water level has started to decrease.

Gerry Pedrico, chief weather forecaster of the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), said the heavy downpour was brought on by the low pressure area spotted east of Mindanao.

Pedrico said heavy rains were expected to persist within the next two to three days in the Davao region. He warned those living along mountainsides and rivers and waterways to be on alert against flash floods and landslides.

Liza Mazo, director of the Office of Civil Defense 11 (OCD 11), said they have strengthened the communication system down to the barangay level to enhance the capability of first responders to reach possible distressed areas.

She said that they are monitoring flood-prone areas in the region and have been constantly informing local government units about the situation. With PNA

http://www.philstar.com/nation/article.aspx?publicationsubcategoryi...

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NDRRMC: Floods from low pressure area cause P9.531-M damage

 
Floods caused by a low-pressure area that entered Philippine territory last week before dissipating Monday have caused at least P9.531 million in damage, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said Tuesday.
 
In its 6 a.m. Tuesday update, the NDRRMC said the bulk of the damage—some P8.661 million—was reported in the Bicol region.
 
A breakdown of the P9.531 million included:
 
    P8,661,674.40 production loss for damages to 220 hectares of rice in Bicol
    P750,000.00 cost of damages for 64 hectares farm land (rice fields, vegetables gardens and fish ponds) in Region 12
    P120,000.00 cost of damages to the roads in Surigao del Sur in Caraga.

 
Floods, landslides
 
Brgy. Patitinan in Sangay, Camarines Sur was impassable due to a landslide while Brgy. Baliwag Viejo, Minalabac, Camarines Sur was affected by the overflowing of the Bicol River. Buhi River in Camarines Sur also overflowed.
 
The municipalities of Palo, Dagami, Pastrana and Tanauan in Eastern Visayas were affected by flooding, while Barangays 19 and 20 and Santiago in Gingoog City in Misamis Oriental in Region 10 were affected by flash floods.
 
Likewise affected by flash floods were the municipalities of Alegria, Claver and Tubod in Surigao del Norte.
 
Roads, bridges
 
The Tigaon-Sangay-Albay Boundary Road in Brgy. Patitinan Section, Camarines Sur was impassable due to a landslide.
 
Also impassable were the Ligao-Tobaco Road, and Albay West Coast Road (Paclas Section, Km 491-493) due to flooding.
 
Only one lane was open at the junction of DM-Legaspi-Sto. Domingo-Tabaco-Tiwi-Cam Sur Barangay Road Km 573-100 in Tiwi, Albay due to landslide.
 
However, the Balibadon Section in Cortes, Surigao del Sur and the Nurcia Section in Cortes, Surigao del Sur are still passable despite a landslide and incidence of soil collapse.
 
At least 679 families or 3,537 people were preemptively evacuated from their homes in the municipalities of Libon, Polangui, and Jovellar in Albay province in Bicol due to the threat of flooding.
 
On the other hand, 664 families or 3,281 people were affected by floods in Alabel in Sarangani province and in General Santos City.
 
One person, Jocelyn Bamor, 46, of Cainta, Rizal, was reported injured while crossing the river at Cagsawa in Bicol.
 
There was a lone fatality reported. Lea Alarcio, 18, of Sitio Omandao, Monte Calvario in Buhi, Camarines Sur, died when she fell in the spillway while crossing, said NDRRMC. –KG, GMA News

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/247878/news/regions/ndrrmc-flo...

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1 dead, thousands displaced in Bicol floods

LEGAZPI CITY ,Philippines – An 18-year-old woman died while thousands were evacuated due to massive flooding spawned by heavy rains in the Bicol region since Sunday, the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) reported yesterday.

Raffy Alejandro, OCD-Bicol director, said Lea Alarcio, a resident of Sitio Omandao, Monte Calvario in Buhi, Camarines Sur, was swept away by strong currents while crossing Lake Buhi during the heavy downpour.

Alejandro said Jocelyn Bamar, 46, a crew member of TV5, was injured when she slipped while crossing a bridge in Barangay Busay in Daraga, Albay.

He said at least 3,537 persons were evacuated from the landslide-prone and low-lying areas in Libon, Jovellar and Polangui towns.

Albay Gov. Joey Salceda said the evacuees would be sent home as soon as the weather improves. “We just moved them as a sort of pre-emptive evacuation,” he said.

The Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office said 220 hectares of rice fields were also damaged.

Salceda, meanwhile, ordered the suspension of  classes  in both public and private schools yesterday.

He said the Coast Guard has banned small boats from sailing.

Salceda said rain gauges have recorded that Sunday’s rainfall was equivalent to one half of the monthly average rainfall of the province.

Danilo Dequito, Department of Public Works and Highways regional director for Bicol, said the national highway in Barangay Patitina in Sangay town in Camarines Sur was hit by a landslide and was not passable as of 6 a.m. yesterday.

Alejandro said electricity  was also cut off in Naga City. - By Cet Dematera and Celso Amo (Philstar News Service, www.philstar.com)

http://ph.news.yahoo.com/1-dead-thousands-displaced-bicol-floods-16...

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Indonesia:

Majalaya Back Flooded Flooding
BANDUNG, KOMPAS.com - District Majalaya in Bandung regency, West Java, back tergenani Citarum River flood which overflowed on Monday (2/13/2012). Suspected cause of the headwaters of rain since the afternoon.

Based on the Garda Caah monitoring, emergency response agencies of local self-help, the water began to be supervised from 20:00 pm to 2:25 reaches of the river water level meter from the bottom. Although the water has not reached up to the surface of the citizens, Caah Guard has issued alerts "alert" to the residents to get ready, because heavy rains flushed Bandung Raya average since the afternoon.

At around 20:41, the height of the water meter Citarum River reaches 3:32. These conditions have resulted in a puddle of water on access roads Majalaya-Ciparay and some settlements have flooded ankle, such as Talun area. Majalaya and rain in the headwaters of one of the Ibun have subsided.

The peak of the flooding took place at 21.00 with a height of 3:45 meters of water, so Guards Caah raise the status to "alert". Widespread inundation of the area prior to other access points. Until this news was revealed, the flood is still not receded from Majalaya.

Majalaya subdistrict is located in the eastern district of Bandung. Region is cleaved by the following Citarum River tributaries is to be an area prone to flooding every heavy rain fell. There are three areas that could contribute to upstream water level rising as a pool in Majalaya Ibun, Pacet, and Kertasari.

Unlike the other districts, flood Majalaya relatively short-lived because melimpas generally in the form of water, not like in the old stagnant Baleendah.

http://regional.kompas.com/read/2012/02/13/22130872/Majalaya.Kembal...

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Soak 230 flood Poso House Residents

POSO - Continuous heavy rains Coastal Poso district, Poso, Central Sulawesi province on Monday night (13/02/2012) make at least two hundred and thirty houses were flooded. In addition because of rain, flooding caused by overflow of two creeks in the area.

According to local residents the signs of flooding taking place since Monday afternoon, until at night the water kept rising until it reaches the height of the calf and knee adults.

Flooding from overflowing rivers, namely the two creeks and rivers tiwombo kapopo that resulted in at least 230 houses and school buildings were flooded.

Materu Daeng Burhanuddin, head of the village began to say, this flooding is the worst thing that ever happened, because the entire village area is submerged.

The government urged residents of Poso Regency immediately fielded heavy equipment to dredge the river that flows two children are now beginning to shallow, and is unable to accommodate the increased water discharge rainy season.

http://news.okezone.com/read/2012/02/14/340/575112/banjir-rendam-23...

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FLOOD: Dozens Hectares of Flooded Rice Fields, Farmers Ask Teteg Cendini Evaluated
Sukoharjo - Dozens of hectares of rice fields in Ngasinan Village, Fur District, flooded due to heavy rain that occurred on Sunday (2/12/2012) afternoon, until evening. With farmers in the event Ngasinan further request that the existence of the bridge and Teteg Cendini reviewed.

Chairman Gapoktan Ngasinan Village Farmers Chess Manunggal, Slamet Siswo Hartono, said the total area of flooded rice didesanya time due to overflow Tank reached 42 hectares. He said the pool was due to the Bridge and Teteg Cendini impede the flow of river water in the surrounding fields. "The stagnant around 42 hectares in rice acreage in Buk Yellow and to the east of Mount Sudo. Cause bridges and teteg, "he told Espos.

Slamet describes plants that were inundated by floods times Tank was about two weeks to 1.5 months. Although some are not to drown, he said, standing water in rice fields farmers fear it would damage the crop and resulted in losses, especially long time.

He added the presence of bridges and teteg accelerate sedimentation time and in the long run create more spacious pool area. "When times overflowing pool of up to one week. Can be faster if there is a community service clean up trash on the bridge and all teteg opened, "he said.

With these considerations, he said, would be far better if the existence of the bridge and teteg reviewed. Moreover he argues, the total area of irrigated rice fields teteg estimated that only about 6.5 hectares that is proportional to the area that is often flooded rice fields up to 40 acres more.

Separate village chief shrill, Mulyanto, acknowledges the existence of bridges and related issues Teteg Cendini who had been resident in the village used for crop irrigation requirements. However, for its completion, he asserted fully surrender to the government.

"The issue that's up to how local government. Residents do not have the shrill demands. Clearly the existence teteg farmers for irrigation is still needed, "he said yesterday. Related area of rice cultivation in the village of shrill that a supply of water through Teteg Cendini, Mulyanto said overall its range of not less than 30 hectares-an.

http://www.solopos.com/2012/sukoharjo/banjir-puluhan-hektare-sawah-...

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Soak 6 RT flooding in Kabo Jaya


Sangatta. Neighborhood Six (RT) in the village of Swarga Bara, North Sangatta drowned because of flash floods, yesterday (13/2). RT is submerged among other RT 10, 14-18 in Kabo Jaya, Swarga village of Bara. In addition to the six RT Swarga Bara village, some RT in the Village Lions Gembara also subject to impact, such as in RT 17, although the water has not reached into the house, but the citizens of the difficulty out of the house because the water is stagnant.
Many of the issues related to the emergence of a growing flood that drowned six RT Swarga Bara village, which lasted from around 04.00 pm. Residents who claimed to have been long settled in the village indicated if the water comes from the mine PT KPC. Because of this flood was the first time ever in this area. To the citizens expect if the water is due to a diversion of water from the pool of water reservoirs PT KPC, to the settlement.
But the issue is pushed over the management of PT KPC, which directly conduct a press conference in North Sangatta District Office, yesterday. In front of North Head Sangatta Herdiansyah Didi and Swarga Bara village head and the rest of the RT Damanhuri are flooded, the management of PT KPC represented Pelelung and his friends denied if the flash floods that submerge the residential area from KPC.
"We check all of the origin of water, apparently not yet found where flooding. What is clear there is no dam that diverted water to the settlements. Thus the current primary bangaimana we solve this problem, especially for short-term impact. For that we are ready to give of KPC basic food aid for residents affected by flooding. As for the long term, will look for the cause of flooding is to look for a solution to the future, "said Pelelung.
Meanwhile, Chairman of RT 17 Swarga Bara Muliansyah requesting emergency response at this time to prepare a rubber boat, and asked to make the embankment to the water flow into residential areas. Muliansyah also said due to recent flooding, many people suffered losses due to livestock owned by the residents was taken out of water. "We therefore ask for no compensation," he said.
Meanwhile, the mayor said Damanhuri Swarga Bara, another indication of the cause of flooding due to the large trenches made of PU, not according to natural conditions at the site. "In the past we have suggested that the canal should not be made not to cut the dike, was in pieces as well. As a result, it is now. Not to mention the water off to Jl Yos Sudarso, the water was actually turned to the settlement because there is a clogged culverts. It We ask that the culvert was opened to the river, but not done well, it would, as now, the flood "he said.
Responding to this incident, Head of North Sangatta Herdiansyah Didi said the major currencies this time of disaster management in coordination between Tagana, Social Services and PT KPC. "We make shelters for emergency response. If drainage problems are fathers complaining about, please convey to the PU, in order to find a solution. It's a chance to prove if what you are doing it wrong of Public Works, to be corrected immediately so as not to afflict the people," he said. (Jn / agi)

http://www.sapos.co.id/index.php/berita/detail/Rubrik/15/31919

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Landslides and flooding the city of Bogor Landa


REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, BOGOR - Heavy rain which flushed the Bogor last few days at some point lead to disaster. Chairman of the Bogor City Tagana Kelana Surya said that since last weekend there were at least four point hit by floods and landslides. "Last weekend flooding Sari Village Estuary, South Bogor and landslides in the Village Bantarjati, North Bogor. Landslides occurred again last night in Kampung Rambutan, Central and Cimapar Bogor, Bogor North," he said on Tuesday (14/2).

Surya said Bantarjati flooding damaged two homes on the banks of the river that overflowed Cibagolo. The second house of Ismet (60) and Eman (53) was severely damaged. Rear wall of the house collapsed roof of the building resulting in collapse and so can not go live again. "Until now we both families to evacuate their relatives," he said.

Ward Secretary Muarasari Dhaniswara said landslides that hit the region resulted in a badly damaged house. The damage reached 95 percent. "There is no victims' belongings that can be saved," he said.

Meanwhile, the landslide that hit Kampung Rambutan and Cimapar, Tuesday (14/2) morning resulted in three homes were damaged. In addition, one person was reported seriously injured by a falling landslide. "One man broke his leg and hand in Cimapar. Until now there has been no loss of life," said Surya.

http://www.republika.co.id/berita/regional/jabodetabek/12/02/14/lzd...

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Flash Flood Hit Village Mukapayung Cililin


NGAMPRAH, (PRLM)., Flash floods tear down the bridge connecting the two RT and break down the dam in the village of Mukapayung, Cililin, West Bandung regency. A total of 33 families isolated and approximately 10 hectares of paddy fields were damaged by flood residents.

Bamboo bridge with a width of 1.25 meters and a length of 20 meters was hit by the current collapse Cikoneng River, Monday (13/2) at around 20.00 pm. Rapid flow of water also break down the dam Cimariuk, about 100 yards from the bridge.

As a result, 33 families in RT 3 RW 12 Mukapayung isolated village. Meanwhile, the floods also caused rice fields along the 3 km in the River Cikoneng damaged.

Chairman of RW 12, Muhidin said, breaking bridges RT 2 and 3 inhibited the activities of people's cause. Because the bamboo bridge was the only link to the central activities of citizens.

"Schools, markets, and health centers, all in locations that must be taken through RT 3. So when the bridge broke, residents have to cross the River RT 2 Cikoneng," he said.

In the same location, erosion of the cliffs as high as 20 feet caused two homes and damaged three other homes with minor damage. Landslides also cause grave buried 3, one of the bodies in it even pushed to the ground.

Both houses were damaged owned by Idas (26) and Parman (52). While the three other houses belonging Amiludin (33), Apandi (24) and Job (46) aftershocks threatened landslide. The fifth house is located parallel to the bottom of the cliffs are prone to landslides.

Avalanche victims, Idas (29) says, landslides occurred in almost the same with flash floods. At that time he had just finished cooking rice in his house.

"Suddenly the sound of gently falling ground. I can only cry out for help because my leg was shaking," he said.

Although no casualties, avalanche-owned houses on stilts that make Idas driven about 4 feet. Most of his equipment is also buried in a landslide.

Village Chief Mukapayung, Apendi Supardi said total losses due to landslides and flash floods is estimated to reach $ 1 billion. Avalanche victim's family at this time to flee to their relatives house.

"People hope that the bridges and damaged houses repaired immediately," he said. (A-192/A-89)

http://www.pikiran-rakyat.com/node/176905

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Hundreds of homes in flood Soak Petamburan


13/02/2012 16:20
Liputan6.com, Jakarta: Floods inundated hundreds of houses in Petamburan, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, Monday (13/2). Stagnant water is as high as 70 centimeters induced Continuous heavy rains since last night.

Despite stagnant, most people still choose to live because it considers all of these dangerous yet. In addition to heavy rain, flooding caused by overflowing Petamburan subscription at times West Flood Canal.

A similar disaster struck Kampung Pulo in East Jakarta. Until this afternoon, the water levels along the Ciliwung reach nearly a meter. Home residents are also not spared from inundation, though only seengah meters tall. Flooding in this area is due to the shipment of water from heavy rains plagued Bogor since last night.

Meanwhile, about 200 homes in Pesanggrahan, South Jakarta, were flooded after a levee breached by limiting the flow of the river reached 20 feet. In addition to housing, water can also soak the junior secondary school Jakarta District 13, which allows students to be closed. (WIL / Yus)

http://berita.liputan6.com/read/377117/banjir-rendam-ratusan-rumah-...

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