7 of 10 SINKING and TILTING; Philippines: Floods displace Misamis, Zamboanga folk! High tide, had complicated the situation! Indonesia: Flood Tegal, Cilegon, Malang, Tangerang...

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Indonesia SINKING:

/ Hundreds of homes in flood Soak Tegal

Hundreds of homes in Tegal regency, Central Java, on Sunday (12/2), following the flood soaked Cacaban River overflowing due to heavy rain. Flooding also soak hundreds of hectares of rice paddies and onions. Two districts that are worst hit by flooding and Kramat Suradadi District. Water levels reached up to one meter. /

/ Hundreds of homes in flood Soak Gandaria. Floods hit back in some point in the capital, it is a result of heavy rain which flushed Jakarta and surrounding areas since Saturday afternoon. Hundreds of homes in the sentence RT soaked to a height of 50-70 cm. /

/ Thousands of homes flooded in Cilegon. At least 1700 houses in Cilegon, Banten, were flooded after heavy rains flushed since Saturday (11/20 afternoon until Sunday (12/2) afternoon. Inundation height is estimated at between 1 to 1.5 meters. /

/ Hundreds of homes flooded in Tangerang. Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Hundreds of homes yells Village, District Potter, City of Tangerang, Banten, submerged in water with a height of 1.6 meters to 2.4 meters due to overflow of Kali Sabi, causing some residents to evacuate. /

/ Malang city was flooded as high as 1.5 meters, in three districts tepanya

MALANG, KOMPAS.com - Since Sunday (2/12/2012) afternoon, the city of Malang in East Java hit by heavy rains that caused flooding in the District Lowokwaru, Breadfruit, and Klojen. Residents complained of constriction of the Brantas River basin so that flood back occurs. /

Philippines SINKING:

/ Landslide, floods hit Albay towns. Low-lying areas in this city and three towns in Albay were flooded while the national highway along Barangay (village) Sogod in Tiwi town was rendered impassable by a landslide on Sunday amid incessant rain in the Bicol region since Saturday. /

/ Hundreds of families evacuated due to flash floods in Misamis Oriental. Hundreds of families were evacuated Sunday as a low pressure area brought more rains in southern Philippines resulting to flash floods, a senior government official said. /

/ Floods displace Misamis, Zamboanga folk.

Massive flooding spawned by about 10 hours of heavy rains since Thursday evening hit several areas of Misamis Occidental, including this city on Friday but no casualty had been reported so far, officials said. Residents had to flee when the water started to rise in their areas. High tide, measuring 1.8 meters, had complicated the situation. /

/ Some towns in the province of Leyte were submerged in flood waters because of nonstop rains since Saturday. /

/ Flash flood hits Zamboanga, 13,327 persons evacuate. A TOTAL of 3,328 families composed of 13,327 persons were evacuated to safer grounds as flash flood hit Zamboanga province in Mindanao the other night. /

/ Misamis residents brace for more floods /

/ Flash floods in Zambo prompt evacuations! In a separate report, the NDRRMC said water levels at Dapitan City River in Zamboanga del Norte rose due to the continuous rain. The NDRRMC said this affected 3,263 families or 13,052 people in Barecelona, Oyan, Opao, Ba-ao, Burgos, Sulangon, Polo, Tamion, Diwa-an, Simonoc, Owaon and Ilayan villages. /

/ Joralie was among the eight remains, including a baby’s, that have been recovered in two landslide-hit towns of Negros Oriental since Thursday. This brought the official death toll from the 6.9-magnitude quake and the landslides it triggered in the Central Visayas to 39, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC). /

Australia TILTING:

/ Flash flooding hits Penrith. FLASH flooding inundated roads and houses in greater western Sydney after heavy rainfall last night. /

Philippines:

Hundreds of families evacuated due to flash floods in Misamis Oriental

MANILA, Philippines (Xinhua) -- Hundreds of families were evacuated Sunday as a low pressure area brought more rains in southern Philippines resulting to flash floods, a senior government official said.

Undersecretary Benito Ramos, executive director of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), said a flash flood occurred in three villages in Gingoog City in Misamis Oriental province at around 2:00 a.m.

As a result, he said, 149 families or 699 people were evacuated to a church and a village hall.

At least four villages were also hit by flooding in Surigao del Norte province, where 166 families or 670 individuals were evacuated, said Ramos.

Ramos said alert levels were raised in four rain gauge stations in central and southern Philippines.

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Landslide, floods hit Albay towns

LEGAZPI CITY, Philippines—Low-lying areas in this city and three towns in Albay were flooded while the national highway along Barangay (village) Sogod in Tiwi town was rendered impassable by a landslide on Sunday amid incessant rain in the Bicol region since Saturday.

Reports reaching the Albay provincial disaster risk and reduction management council (PDRRMC) said flooding was reported in the low-lying villages of Busay in Daraga, Masarawag in Guinobatan, Ilaod and Sugcad in Polangui, and Maoyod and Tula-Tula in this city, according to Governor Joey Salceda, PDRRMC chairman.

A still undetermined number of families in the flooded villages in Polangui have been evacuated to Sugcad Elementary School, said Mayor Cherrie Sampal.

Television reporter Jocelyn Pamor of ABC 5 suffered multiple abrasions when she attempted to cross a swollen river near the Casgawa ruins, located at the foot of Mount Mayon, while covering the Cagsawa Festival in Daraga town. Pamor and at least 10 members of the ABC 5 crew were now sheltered at the Cagsawa Ruins Museum compound, according to report reaching the PDRRMC.

Impassable

The landslide that hit Sogod rendered impassable the section of the national highway that linked Albay to the Partido area in Camarines Sur, Salceda said.

He said he has placed the whole of Albay on an alert status since early Sunday following a bulletin from the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Administration (Pagasa) that Bicol would be affected by the low pressure area (LPA) spotted in Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

Residents have also been advised against crossing rivers while military trucks have been placed on standby in case the weather condition worsened, Salceda added.

Jun Dalida, Pagasa director for Southern Luzon, said on Sunday that the widespread cloudiness and moderate to heavy rains due to the LPA would affect the Bicol region.

Dalida advised all the local disaster councils to be on alert.

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/144369/landslide-floods-hit-albay-towns

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Misamis residents brace for more floods

TUDELA, Philippines – Residents of this town braced themselves for more floods as intermittent rains continued for a second straight day on Saturday, with many of them moving into an evacuation camp set up in the town center.

“The people are cautious now not to be caught in a similar situation again in the dead of night,” Mayor Estela Obut said.

On Friday, flashfloods spawned by 10 hours of continuous heavy rains starting Thursday night swamped 11 of the town’s 33 barangay (villages), or municipal districts and villages. The floods had subsided in most areas by Saturday but three villages remained isolated by the flooding.

Friday’s flooding damaged the asphalt pavement of several portions of the national highway, and led to the collapse of concrete fences of a number of houses.

Obut said evacuees reported that the water in the Paca River remained high and that they were not taking chances by staying in their homes as the rains continued intermittently.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration forecast “widespread rains over Visayas and Mindanao” due to the “tail-end of the cold front affecting Eastern Visayas and northern Mindanao.”

It warned of possible flashfloods and landslides.

In the neighboring town of Clarin, 21 houses in six villages were wrecked, but no casualties were immediately reported, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.

In Sapang Dalaga town, a house was destroyed.

In Mahayag, Zamboanga del Sur, a bridge that connected the village of Tolan to Dumingag town also collapsed, while a house was swept away by flood waters, the NDRRMC reported.

Dumingag Mayor Nacianceno Pacalioga told the Inquirer by phone that travel into the town at this time was via a spillway far from the bridge.  But the facility could accommodate only small vehicles like jeepneys, Pacalioga added.

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/143897/misamis-residents-brace-for-mor...

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NDRRMC: Flash floods in Zambo prompt evacuations
 
Flash floods caused by heavy rain since Thursday night prompted the evacuation of several families in the Zamboanga provinces in Mindanao, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said Friday night.

In Zamboanga del Sur, the NDRRMC said 55 families or 275 people in Tudela, Clarin and Sapang Dalaga towns lost their homes to the floods.

Of these, 33 families or 163 people from Poblacion village in Tudela town were brought to the village hall and the Pan-Ay Elementary School.

The NDRRMC said in its 9 p.m. Friday report that 26 houses were destroyed while three were damaged there.

As of 3 a.m. Friday, the NDRRMC said the Mahayag Bridge that connects Tolan, Mahayag and Dumingag villages in Zamboanga del Sur collapsed due to the floods.

On the other hand, a landslide was reported at 4 a.m. Thursday along Maharlika Highway in Sapang Dalaga that caused traffic for four hours.

Zambo Norte floods

In a separate report, the NDRRMC said water levels at Dapitan City River in Zamboanga del Norte rose due to the continuous rain.

The NDRRMC said this affected 3,263 families or 13,052 people in Barecelona, Oyan, Opao, Ba-ao, Burgos, Sulangon, Polo, Tamion, Diwa-an, Simonoc, Owaon and Ilayan villages.

No casualty was reported although the affected families were brought to schools and churches.

At least six houses were destroyed and 13 damaged, with the damage amounting to P412,000.

The national highway in the area was closed to vehicles as of Friday night. — LBG, GMA News

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/247628/news/regions/ndrrmc-fla...

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‘It’s her! It’s her!’ Eight more bodies recovered


LA LIBERTAD, Negros Oriental—Jorlin Vergara broke down when he saw the brown shorts and orange-and-green plastic bracelet.

“It’s her! It’s her!” he shouted.

Search-and-rescue teams in Barangay (village) Solonggon had uncovered a leg, before digging out the remains of a young girl at around 10:45 a.m. Friday. The body turned out to be that of Vergara’s missing 16-year-old daughter, Joralie.

Joralie was among the eight remains, including a baby’s, that have been recovered in two landslide-hit towns of Negros Oriental since Thursday.

This brought the official death toll from the 6.9-magnitude quake and the landslides it triggered in the Central Visayas to 39, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

The NDRRMC said 66 people are still missing.

“We are not giving up hope,” said NDRRMC executive director Benito Ramos in a phone interview from Guihulngan City.

Two seriously wounded survivors found in a mountainous area of Barangay Kagawasan, Guihulngan, yesterday, five days since the earthquake, have been airlifted to Dumaguete City, the provincial capital.

The NDRRMC has reported P250 million worth of infrastructure damage in Negros Oriental and P16 million in Cebu. Three bridges in Negros Oriental remain impassable.

Losing hope

Just minutes before the remains of his daughter was found, Vergara, 39, had all but lost hope she would be found alive.

“We just want to find her but I also do not want to see her remains because I don’t want to think about what she might have gone through,” he told the Inquirer as the search and retrieval teams continued digging, using backhoes, shovels, crowbars and picks.

Vergara’s wife, Lera, and Joralie’s twin sister, Joralin, managed to escape when their house collapsed as huge chunks of earth cascaded and covered around 60 houses of Bloke Dos in Barangay Solonggon.

Vergara was working on his farm just 100 meters from the family home when the earthquake and landslide struck.

“It’s so painful for us. Our house is gone along with all our things and we will not go back there because it has become a cemetery,” he said.

“It would have been less painful to start again if our family is complete,” said Vergara whose family has been staying at the barangay center which shelters about 200 evacuees.

Looking for Mama

Gerry Sanoy, 40, continues to search for his missing loved ones—his wife, Luna, 40, daughter Jeca, 20, and son RG, 15—who were all buried in the landslide. Only one daughter, Lourgie, survived.

Since Tuesday, Sanoy has been returning to his village, which has now been turned into a mountain of earth, rubble and uprooted trees. He brings food so he can stay there all day, praying for signs of his family.

Jemar Dinolan, 16, also comes every day and stands at the top of the rubble looking at the spot where his house once stood.

“I’m looking for my Mama,” he said.

Jemar’s mother, Maria Fe, failed to get out of the house as boulders and soil came rushing down the mountain.

Geoben, his father, who was out cutting bamboo narrowly escaped being hit by the boulders. Geoben shouted to villagers to get out of their houses and rushed to find his wife, but it was too late for the latter, Jemar said.

Jemar’s 80-year-old grandfather, Tandoy, is also missing.

Missing families

Some were only able to confirm Friay that family members were missing.

“I tried calling them but there was no reply,” said Daisy Pocong-Lindayao, 24.

She cried when she saw rocks and soil where the house of her parents, George and Susan Pocong, used to be.

A sister-in-law and two of her nephews are also missing.

Lindayao said she was only able to go to Solonggon Friday as she had to evacuate her 3-year-old twin daughters to a school and there was nobody to take care of them.

Solonggon village chief Rene Gargoles said the landslide wiped out the entire Bloke Dos, a 2-hectare community of around 60 houses.

Forty-eight villagers remain missing and those who survived lost from eight to 10 relatives each.

Gargoles said it was the worst disaster to have happened to their barangay, one of the 23 hinterland barangays of La Libertad.

“We don’t know where to relocate the survivors. We have received food and water but we need more help,” Gargoles said.

Kanlaon closed to trekkers

The Kanlaon Volcano, which straddles Negros Occidental and Oriental provinces, has been temporarily closed to mountaineers after large cracks believed to have been caused by Monday’s quake were observed at its crater and land surfaces, according to Cecil Cañada, superintendent of the Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park (MKNP).

Kanlaon is an active volcano with a peak elevation of 2,435 meters and a base diameter of 30 kilometers.

Cañada said about three 50-meter-long cracks have been seen near the crater, while other cracks and a landslide have been noted within the MKNP. A landslide was also seen at Margaha Valley, the old crater of the volcano, he added.

Cañada also said the aftershocks from Monday’s earthquake and occasional heavy rainfall could pose some danger to mountain trekkers and tourists in the park.

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has been informed of the damage to the volcano from the quake and was trying to arrange for an aerial survey of the area, he said.

However, it is difficult to get a chopper as they are being used for relief operations in Negros Oriental, Cañada said.

The volcano continues to be under observation amid the continuing aftershocks, he said.

Food delivery

Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala yesterday said efforts are underway to bring food to the stricken areas even as he assured the public that there was no shortage of rice in the affected region.

The earthquake, which struck Cebu and Negros provinces, caused landslides and damaged roads that left many barangays difficult to reach and virtually inaccessible to relief and rescue personnel.

Alcala said that as of Wednesday, the available rice in the damaged areas was good for 23 days, and the amount could go up if you add the stocks in the hands of farmers and commercial stores.

Alcala noted that some stores have chosen to remain closed following the quake because of concerns that they may be besieged or overwhelmed by buyers.

“There is no problem with rice. The problem we see is some stores are afraid to open, which was why some people find it difficult to buy it,” he told a press briefing.

He said he had instructed Department of Agriculture (DA) personnel to purchase livestock from piggeries and poultry farms and take these to the slaughterhouse. The meat is to be taken to the markets on consignment.

Emulate Japan

“We will help them while the situation has not yet normalized,” he said.

Vegetables will be delivered to affected areas as well, he said, adding that the DA would dispatch more patrol boats, if necessary, to deliver more poultry, meat and vegetables.

Alcala said he did not care how the food items are delivered as long as they reach their destination. He said he would not accept any excuse for failing to deliver them.

Noting the reluctance of worried storeowners to open for business, Alcala appealed to people to be more disciplined and emulate the orderly way in which the people of Japan went about their business following the devastating quake that hit their country last year.

Russian aid

The Russian government is extending humanitarian aid to survivors of the Central Visayas quake, according to Vice President Jejomar Binay.

The donations, which include 60 tons of relief goods composed of blankets, tents, sugar, and preserved fish and meat, will arrive in two batches on Feb. 11 and 14, he said.

Binay said Russian Ambassador Nikolay Kudashev had asked the Office of the Vice President to assist in facilitating the delivery of the relief goods to affected areas during a courtesy call to the Vice President’s office.—With reports from Dona Pazzibugan, Leila Salaverria and Tina Santos in Manila; and Carla Gomez, Inquirer Visayas

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/143567/its-her-its-her-eight-more-bodi...

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Some towns in Leyte flooded

MANILA, Philippines – Some towns in the province of Leyte were submerged in flood waters because of nonstop rains since Saturday.

An alert level 3 was already raised in Pastrana, Tanauan, Dagami and Palo.

These towns are located near Binahaan Watershed, where water level quickly rises.

Some streets in Tacloban City are also flooded.

According to the Office of the Civil Defense, no families have evacuated yet because of the floods.

Weather state bureau PAGASA said the incessant rains experienced in the island of Visayas are due to the tail end of a cold front and a low pressure area spotted around the area of Bukidnon. – Report from Geron Ponferrada, ABS-CBN News Tacloban

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/regions/02/12/12/some-towns-leyte...

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Flash flood hits Zamboanga, 13,327 persons evacuate


A TOTAL of 3,328 families composed of 13,327 persons were evacuated to safer grounds as flash flood hit Zamboanga province in Mindanao the other night.

This was confirmed yesterday by National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) Executive Director Benito Ramos.

Ramos said the flash flood was triggered by continuous rainfall brought by low pressure area in the region.

Ramos said 3,263 families or 13,053 persons were affected from Bgys. Barcelona, Oyan, Opao, Ba-ao, Burgos, Sulangon, Polo, Tamion, Diwa-an, Simonoc, Owaon and Ilayan in Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte, as the river in the province overflowed.

Six houses were totally destroyed and 13 were damaged.

Ramos said since Friday evening, the national highway in the province had also been closed and not passable to any type of vehicle due to flash flood.   Zaida delos Reyes-Palanc

http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php/news/provincial/23773-flash-flo...

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Floods displace Misamis, Zamboanga folk

OZAMIZ CITY—Massive flooding spawned by about 10 hours of heavy rains since Thursday evening hit several areas of Misamis Occidental, including this city on Friday but no casualty had been reported so far, officials said.

Residents had to flee when the water started to rise in their areas. High tide, measuring 1.8 meters, had complicated the situation.

Tudela town Mayor Estela Obut said 241 families were rescued from up to neck-deep waters that submerged 11 of the town’s 33 villages.

“No one was reported hurt as we were able to respond to rescue needs in time,” she said.

Obut said the Paca River overflowed and flooded the town’s villages. She said several areas of nearby Clarin town were also inundated. “Initial disaster survey showed that 16 houses had been damaged,” she said.

As of Friday noon, at least three villages remained isolated from the town center because of the deep water, she added.

Only those with bancas, she said, had access to the barangays of Yahong, Luksoon and Silongon.

In Ozamiz City, Mayor Nova Princess Echavez ordered the suspension of classes in all elementary and high schools due to the rising floodwaters.

Minor landslides in Barangay Bitibot of Sapang Dalaga town also blocked half of the national highway, constraining the flow of traffic, according to reports from other officials.

In Dapitan City in Zamboanga del Norte, the floods, which reached up to eight-feet deep in many areas, had receded early Friday, according to Alemario Dagpin, secretary to the mayor.

Councilor Apple Agolong said displaced residents from the city’s 12 flooded villages had started returning home.

Dagpin said some of those returning found their village in disarray and their houses damaged.

“So many houses were destroyed, some were washed out to sea. We are still conducting our assessment,” he said.

Adriano Fuego, director of the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in Western Mindanao, reported that 13,052 individuals were directly affected by the Dapitan flash floods.

A bridge also collapsed due to the current, he said.

Maribel Enriquez of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) based in Zamboanga City said the floods that hit Misamis Occidental and Dapitan were triggered by heavy rains.

She said there was no storm forecast but the rains were caused by the cold front and northeast monsoon.

Enriquez said rains were also expected in other Mindanao areas.

“We are also monitoring a low pressure area (LPA) in southern Mindanao coupled with the tail of the cold front,” she said.

The LPA has been spotted east of Mindanao, and it is expected to bring rains to Visayas and Mindanao, according to Pagasa.

Pagasa said that as of 2 p.m. on  Friday, the LPA  was 730 kilometers east of Mindanao.

Eastern and Central Visayas and Northern and eastern Mindanao may experience widespread rains that may trigger flash floods and landslides.

The rest of Luzon will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with light rains. Ryan Rosauro and Julie Alipala, Inquirer Mindanao; with a report from Leila B. Salaverria in Manila

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/143513/floods-displace-misamis-zamboan...

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Australia:

Flash flooding hits Penrith

Penrith floods

I'm not kidding: Busta the goat is rescued from the flash flooding at Warrina Rd, Londonderry after a massive downpour. Picture: Bill Hearne Source: The Daily Telegraph

FLASH flooding inundated roads and houses in greater western Sydney after heavy rainfall last night.

Approximately 100mm of rain drenched the streets of Penrith, Londonderry, Cranebrook, Castlereagh, Kingswood, Jamisontown and Werrington about 8pm.

Homes were evacuated and drivers were forced to wade through waist-high flood water.

Julijana Matthews, 31, asked State Emergency Services if they could rescue her pet goat Busta from the backyard after residents from Warrina Street, Londonderry escaped the rising water.

"I told them (SES) that I had the goat stuck in the backyard and they were more than happy to go and grab him with the boat," she said.

"Busta doesn't really like water, (he) doesn't tend to go on many boat rides."

Mrs Matthews watched the water level rising during a torrential downpour that covered areas around Penrith and St Marys about 8pm.

"We were at home and the water just started rising and rising getting worse and worse, it was pouring," she said.

"It looks like everything is going under. The water is flowing through nice and quickly, probably just past ankle height now (inside the home) and that's happened in the last hour so it's rising really quickly."

Mrs Matthews has lived on the street for three and a half years and never experienced a flood like last nights.

"I had a cry in the middle of the street," she said. "I had a big sook and then decided that I've got to get on with it.

"(We) tried to get the cars out of the garage, tried to get the animals onto higher ground and then helped a few neighbours out."

Darrol Hancock, 56, raced to his home in Londonderry from work when he heard about the floods.

"It (water) was up to the fence and it's still rising."

"Last time we had a flood this bad it was 1990, but it didn't come as high as this."

Mr Hancock believes the area floods when Rickabys Creek can't cope with the rainfall.

State Emergency Services assisted in evacuations and road closures.

Police turned westbound traffic around on the Great Western Highway at Werrington.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/flash-flooding-strikes-penrith-are...
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Indonesia:

Hundreds of homes in flood Soak Tegal

Metrotvnews.com, Tegal: Hundreds of homes in Tegal regency, Central Java, on Sunday (12/2), following the flood soaked Cacaban River overflowing due to heavy rain. Flooding also soak hundreds of hectares of rice paddies and onions.

Two districts that are worst hit by flooding and Kramat Suradadi District. Water levels reached up to one meter.

Flooding disrupted the activities of people make. Some residents were trying to evacuate their belongings from being damaged by the floods. (Wrt3)

http://www.metrotvnews.com/read/newsvideo/2012/02/12/145192/Banjir-...

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Hundreds of homes in flood Soak Gandaria

INILAH.COM, Jakarta - Floods hit back in some point in the capital, it is a result of heavy rain which flushed Jakarta and surrounding areas since Saturday afternoon. Hundreds of homes in the sentence RT soaked to a height of 50-70 cm.

It is based on information obtained from the Traffic Management Center (TMC), the Jakarta Police on Saturday (02/11/2012). TMC officials said, it is estimated will not increase flooding rainfall given the increasingly subsided. "It is estimated flooding will not increase, the water levels began to recede because the rainfall has ceased. But the public was asked to remain vigilant," said TMC pertugas.

In addition, there are also puddles bypassed Cawang, DI Panjaitan Jatinegara-UKI Cawang direction. The impact of the flood of traffic on Jl. DI Panjaitan, Rawamangun directions to Cawang having density.

Expected, toll-way check mark from the harbor of Jakarta Pondok Gede standing water reaches 30-50 cm. Smentara, the flooding also occurred on Jl. Lebak struck three, the current path can not be crossed. [mar]

http://metropolitan.inilah.com/read/detail/1829162/banjir-rendam-ra...

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Thousands of homes flooded in Cilegon

Cilegon (AFP) - At least 1700 houses in Cilegon, Banten, were flooded after heavy rains flushed since Saturday (11/20 afternoon until Sunday (12/2) afternoon.

"We have floods submerge thousands of homes of people living in the District Citangkil and Jombang," said Samsul, officers in District Citangkil volunteers, Cilegon, when contacted on Sunday.

Samsul said the current flood-affected residents forced to flee to schools, mosques and homes of relatives.

Most of the victims of the flood they were unable to rescue furniture, clothes due Cimancak River overflowed.

There has been no reports of casualties. "We and other volunteers to act quickly since the night of the evacuation to save the victims," he said.

Inundation height is estimated at between 1 to 1.5 meters.

Local governments, private corporations and philanthropists distribute food aid and food. "We hope the aid kept flowing to ease the economic burden of the flood victims," he said,

Amin, a resident of District Samangraya Citangkil said, he and his family were forced to flee to safety.

Flooding, he said, exacerbated by the water channel covered by backfill project Posco steel mill PT Krakatau.

"We expect the government to immediately address the flood area with PT Krakatau Posco coordination so that no stagnant water to human settlements," he said.

http://www.antaranews.com/berita/297010/ribuan-rumah-di-cilegon-ter...

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Hundreds of homes flooded in Tangerang

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Hundreds of homes yells Village, District Potter, City of Tangerang, Banten, submerged in water with a height of 1.6 meters to 2.4 meters due to overflow of Kali Sabi, causing some residents to evacuate.

"We had to evacuate because the house was flooded and the water above the window" says Saidar (48) resident of RT 06/07 Village yells, Priok subdistrict, Tangerang, on Sunday.

According to him, the water which is a subsidiary Kali Kali Sabi Cisadane overflowed due to heavy rain that fell since Saturday (11/2) night until early Sunday morning.

He said the worst affected areas are in Housing Total Persada RT 07, 08, 08 and 010 and RT 01 RW 07, 02, 03 and 05 RW 08 with the water levels reach 2.4 meters.

A similar opinion is also expressed that citizens of other 08 RW Muh, Juhri (47), Kardimal (41) and Isran (50) Total Persada housing residents.

Meanwhile, residents who fled mainly living in Housing Total Persada in RW 08, they were forced to take shelter from the rain at the local elementary school.

Village office even yells and local health centers also serve as a refuge, but so far no help from Tangerang City Government officials.

Similarly, the connecting road from the pot to the Housing Sub Regency I and II, District Market Thursday, Tangerang regency or otherwise unable to break through the vehicle.

When people want to take home their necessities in Housing Total Persada forced to use a raft of volunteers who assisted accidentally fallen since Sunday afternoon.

But Housing Total Persada is one of 12 flood-prone locations in the City of Tangerang, because it was lower than the surface water Cisadane time.

Tangerang City Government efforts to address flooding in Housing Total Persada it by building a pump house which serves five to suck water from the lowest site to be discharged into the nearest channel.

However, due to heavy rainfall since Saturday, the water pump to suck water in the lower settlement was not able to work optimally.

http://www.antaranews.com/berita/296992/ratusan-rumah-di-tangerang-...

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After the flood, residents are complaining about narrowing Brantas river basin.

Malang city was flooded as high as 1.5 meters, in three districts tepanya
MALANG, KOMPAS.com - Since Sunday (2/12/2012) afternoon, the city of Malang in East Java hit by heavy rains that caused flooding in the District Lowokwaru, Breadfruit, and Klojen. Residents complained of constriction of the Brantas River basin so that flood back occurs.

Street flooding in Dinoyo Gajayana, District Lowokwaru, with water levels up to 1.5 meters. Water not only flooded the highway, but also entered the local residential area. In these villages, there are at least 15 homes flooded up to the neck as high as adults.

Residents named Hariyanto (53) said that his house is located in the Brantas River bantarai Dinoyo and floods as high as 1.5 meters. The floods have washed away homes certificates, letters of vehicles, and money worth Rp 1 million. Similarly, the children's school books, swept away by water.

Along the road, passing cars immediately flooded. As a result, could not continue the journey. One car Alphard Sardo's Supermarkets. "A total of 5 cars that sank in the street," said Cahyono as Chairman of RT 02 RW 02 Dinoyo.

Cahyono said residents can not do anything because of flooding are always occur whenever there is heavy rain. Water flooding river carrying pieces of wood down the fence between the bridge and Merjosari Diniyo Village, District Lowokwaru. "What is clear, the cause of the flood overflowed into the streets and houses from the Brantas river basin has begun to narrow," said Cahyono.

He said the narrowing of the Brantas river basin caused by mushrooming of home building stores and residential complex along the river. Cahyono Malang city government hopes to act decisively against housing developers to follow the layout of the city.

1.5 meter-high floods also occurred in the Village Coral Besuki, Breadfruit. Motor vehicles that pass directly exposed to water down because of flooding. Sariati (47), a resident of Jalan Galunggung in the village, complained about the attitude of local governments that do not expressly prohibit residents setting up home on the banks of the river.

"The creek coming into residential areas has begun to shrink due to be trimmed by the existing buildings, such as shops and housing," said Arif, victims of flooding in the Village Coral Besuki, RT 02 RW 04. Besides being a narrowing of the Brantas river basin, Arif said that the habit of people throw garbage in the river has made clogged drains.

http://regional.kompas.com/read/2012/02/12/18323562/Banjir.Lagi.War...

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