7 of 10 SINKING & S American Rolls; Peru: Flooding and landslides have caused the deaths of 53 people and 267.000 affected! Kenya: Flood claimed 19 lives!

7 of 10 S American Rolls:

Peru:

/ Flooding and landslides caused by heavy rains in Peru have caused the deaths of 53 people over the past six months, according to the country’s National Civil Defense Institute, Indeci. /

7 of 10 SINKING Sunda Plate:

Indonesia SINKING:

Sulawesi -

/ Since last week, Citizens Cilallang Hamlet, Village Babana, District Duampanua, Pinrang regency, South Sulawesi, was isolated by floods that submerge the village. /

Kalimantan -

/ One reported dead and two houses were swept away by flash floods that hit Central Sungai Hulu regency, South Kalimantan, due to high rainfall in the foothills of Meratus, Friday (4/5) In flooded hundreds of homes submerged in one meter. /

/ AREA Indonesia-Malaysia border in West Kalimantan to be flooded. This disaster caused by rivers overflowing after heavy rain for several days. Kumba villages in the District Jagoi Babang, Bengkayang District, for example. Floods always hit the village at the end of each year, with a height of 1-3 feet of water. /

Makassar city -

/ Just two hours of rain, some areas of the city of Makassar flooded up to 30 centimeters, Friday (05/04/2012) from 17:00 am to 19:00 pm. As a result, some streets were flooded and hundreds joined the two-wheeled vehicles damaged by water intruding machine. /

7 of 10 Africa Rolls:

Kenya:

/ MORE than 12,000 people in Nyanza are in need of medical attention due to the effects of floods that have claimed 19 lives. and threatened to cause diseases resulting from poor sanitation. The floods have also displaced more than 8,000 people in the last one month, according to the Kenya Red Cross Society. ''The floods have caused a record 19 deaths in the last month and displaced about 8,182 among them 195 expectant women now living in various evacuation camps,'' said Emmanuel Owako, the KRCS assistant secretary general for the Western Kenya Region Emmanuel. /

7 of 10 Strech Zone:

U.S:

/ Sinkhole opens up in Cottonwood Heights road Source /

Indonesia:

Kalimantan -

Flash Flood lunge Upper Middle River, One Killed
Barabai - AFP: One reported dead and two houses were swept away by flash floods that hit Central Sungai Hulu regency, South Kalimantan, due to high rainfall in the foothills of Meratus, Friday (4/5).

Mediaindonesia.com information compiled at the site, causing flash floods that overflowed the Batang Alay occurred at around 5:30 pm. The river suddenly overflowed with strong currents hit residential areas.

Head of National Unity and District Disaster Management Upper Middle River M Kemat said the death toll from flash floods swept named Sukri, 65, a resident of the Village Hinas Left, Eastern District of Batang Alay. Two houses were also washed out in the same village, on the banks of the river. "The victim was found and evacuated by a rescue team on Friday afternoon and has now been buried," he said.

Rivers with swift currents of wood materials and waste streams leaving three bridges that connect the villages in the hinterland is also disconnected. Current condition of the flood that hit the village of Kiri Hinas located at the headwaters of Sungai Batang Alay began to recede. However, the areas underneath, like the District of South Alay Trunk, Trunk barrier, and Stone Benawa, still flood.

In flooded hundreds of homes submerged in one meter. Flooding also soak a variety of public facilities and offices. According Kemat, it still continues to record flood victims who rated the worst since the last five years. Kitchen has been built, emergency assistance has also been distributed. (DY/OL-01)

http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2012/05/04/317537/127/101/Banjir...

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Two hours of rain, flooding Makassar
MAKASSAR, KOMPAS.com - Just two hours of rain, some areas of the city of Makassar flooded up to 30 centimeters, Friday (05/04/2012) from 17:00 am to 19:00 pm. As a result, some streets were flooded and hundreds joined the two-wheeled vehicles damaged by water intruding machine.

Floods that hit the city of Makassar is often the case every heavy rain. This is due, in the City Daeng drainage is inadequate. Many drainage congestion and there are also areas that have no drainage, so water is overflowed to the flooded streets.

As a result, there is little motorcycle that crossed the flooded roads become damaged. Motorists seem to find trouble pushing his bike and repair shop that is open at night.

Some streets in the city of Makassar had become bogged down due to flooding. Some of them flooded areas in the Village Ballaparang, Parangtambung Village, Village Antang, Monginsidi Village, Village Tamalanrea, Bontoduri Village, Village Mariso. Residents seem busy doing cleaning, pascabanjir that flooded their homes.

http://regional.kompas.com/read/2012/05/04/20510581/Dua.Jam.Diguyur...

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Indonesia-Malaysia border region Subscription Flood
AREA Indonesia-Malaysia border in West Kalimantan to be flooded. This disaster caused by rivers overflowing after heavy rain for several days.

Kumba villages in the District Jagoi Babang, Bengkayang District, for example. Floods always hit the village at the end of each year, with a height of 1-3 feet of water.

"A month to two to three times a great flood. After the first flood tide, about two weeks later another flood," said the chief Udiansyah Kumba, Friday (4/5).

Flooding in Kumba could last up to four days so crippling economic activities and residents. Crop failure they had to be natural because the rice begins to turn yellow eventually die due to the floods.

"The flood every year is increasing. However, the worst flooding occurred in 2003 and 2005. Water height to 3 feet," recalled Udiansyah.

The annual floods also disrupt the education calendar. Therefore, the school was forced to dismiss the teaching-learning process until the floods recede.

"If another school semester begins in January, we just started in February. What can make," said Susana, elementary school teachers (SD) District 5 Saparan, the village of Kumba.

Kumba confirmed flooding if heavy rain swept menguyur for three consecutive days. The rain also caused the road in the village, the majority of its citizens graduated from elementary school, it becomes muddy and full of puddles.

In order to form a layer of earth roads impassable yellow bikes, people make the catwalks of the board. The series of catwalks were installed along the roads that spread out at some point.

The annual floods also often plagued Indonesia-Malaysia border region in Sintang. Floods submerge roads that cut off land routes to and from the district capital in Sintang. (AR/OL-12)

http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2012/05/04/317489/127/101/Kawasa...

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A week already, Citizens Babana Isolated Flooding
PINRANG, KOMPAS.com - Since last week, Citizens Cilallang Hamlet, Village Babana, District Duampanua, Pinrang regency, South Sulawesi, was isolated by floods that submerge the village.

Breakdown caused flooding river embankment Saddang hundred yards along, soaking up to one meter over the village. Not just soaking homes, a number of public facilities, such as schools, health center aide, mosques, too, is submerged.

Usman (40), Hamlet Cilallang say, flooding occurred a week ago and so far have not shown signs of receding. Because the rain was still going upriver. In addition, the breakdown embankment causing increasingly severe conditions.

But until now, Usman claimed to have attained their assistance. "The need today is fundamentally people clean water and food," Usman said when met at the location of the flood, on Thursday afternoon (05/03/2012).

Residents were not able to leave home in search of food. According to Usman, residents worry the water levels can be increased at any time, especially if it rains upstream.

http://regional.kompas.com/read/2012/05/04/10204372/Sudah.Sepekan.W...

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Peru:

Heavy Rains Cause More Than 50 Deaths Since November

Flooding and landslides caused by heavy rains in Peru have caused the deaths of 53 people over the past six months, according to the country’s National Civil Defense Institute, Indeci.

Since November, some 267,000 people have been affected by the rains, daily El Comercio reported.

The rains have affected all of Peru’s 25 regions, according to the report, in a rainy season that has continued beyond the usual November-March season, with losses recorded in urban and rural areas, both of housing and crops.

http://www.peruviantimes.com/04/heavy-rains-cause-more-than-50-deat...

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Kenya:

Floods displace 12,000 in Nyanza as Kenya Red Cross donates drugs

MORE than 12,000 people in Nyanza are in need of medical attention due to the effects of floods that have claimed 19 lives. and threatened to cause diseases resulting from poor sanitation. The floods have also displaced more than 8,000 people in the last one month, according to the Kenya Red Cross Society. ''The floods have caused a record 19 deaths in the last month and displaced about 8,182 among them 195 expectant women now living in various evacuation camps,'' said Emmanuel Owako, the KRCS assistant secretary general for the Western Kenya Region Emmanuel.

The Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation has also raised a red flag over the risk of an outbreak of diseases such as diarrhoea, malaria, pneumonia and bilharzia. Nyanza public health boss Dr Jackson Kioko disclosed that his department has dispatched a team of medical personnel to areas affected by the floods. “The team has been dispatched to areas such as Nyatike, Nyando and Nyakach where most of the displaced persons are,” said Kioko.

He pointed out that since one of the dispensaries in Nyatike has been submerged in water, the ministry has identified a home on a higher ground where they are executing their services. He revealed that they have also supplied essential commodities like drugs to health facilities closer to flooded areas to curb an outbreak of diseases in the areas.

Red Cross has disclosed that several pit latrines are submerged in water and others sunk causing fecal matter a float in the flooding water. The community members have reported lack of sanitation facilities like pit latrines and community water sources all destroyed by the flooding water thus posing a risk to their lives.

Owako, the Red Cross official noted that food scarcity caused by the flooding water has prompted the State to provide as their organization mobilizes none food items. “Animals grazing lands have equally been submerged in water and the livestock now lack grazing fields,” he said. Some notorious rivers in the region that have swollen thus busting their banks leading to the displacement of people due to floods include; Awach Kibuon and Arujo in Homabay County and Sondu Miriu in Nyakach, Kisumu County.

http://www.the-star.co.ke/local/western--nyanza/74174-floods-displa...

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