Jan 30, 2014
Residents Combat Back to Rice and Field Activity
Ground cracks along the 700 meters still threatening residents
Jepara , Jaringnews.com - Rain Village residents who feared fighter in the District Keling Jepara, Thursday ( 01/30/2014 ) , not down in the village in Jepara largest coffee producing it . Because, if it rains heavy ground cracks along the 700 meters in Hamlet Keposo Rice Bokor landslides feared would hoard residential areas .
One resident , Imam Sukoco convey , today residents began the move back to the fields and rice paddies . Paddy fields and coffee plantations were damaged by landslides last week is now starting to be addressed and cleared residents from longsoron material . However , when night falls people do not sleep in their house . But in the post evacuation and relatives in homes that feel safe from the threat of landslides aftershocks .
" Residents are on the move, but when the night sleeping in camps or in the homes of his brother , " said Imam to Jaringnews.com .
Of the work of citizens in monitoring post cracked soil , Imam added , today there is no avalanche activity or soil cracks . So that residents feel the condition is still quite safe to move back into the fields or to fields .
"Today the work of the citizens of inactivity shift cracked soil . Both are in Keposo Rice Bokor and that in Glagah , " said Imam .
Imam further said that due to a landslide burying at least seven houses and an elementary school average soil , landslides also destroyed paddy fields and coffee plantations . Noted there are approximately 25 hectares of rice fields were damaged . As for the approximately 50 acres of coffee plantation .
Meanwhile , the access road to the village at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level it is still disconnected from Pati . While the access road into the village of village of Jepara Damarwulan there is still an avalanche of material at some point .
Land Ambles 6 Meters.
Jan 30, 2014
SUMENEP , KOMPAS.com - Land area of three acres in the hamlet of East Sempong , Pasongsongan Village , District Pasongsongan , Sumenep , East Java , sudden sinkhole . The depth of soil subsidence between six to eight feet . The reason , as long as a week in the area of heavy rain .
Due to soil subsidence, as many as 16 houses belonging to residents around the location of the disaster became cracked. While plants and trees on the land subsidence damaged and uprooted .
Subhan Ahmad , a local resident said the incident was the first time that the land subsidence occurred in the village . When the incident Wednesday night , he could hear the roar creepy .
" People thought the timing of events such as coming to an end . Then the walls of houses cracked and residents poured out of the house , "said Subhan , Thursday ( 1/30/2014 ) .
Now , local residents claimed to fear if it happened again . The house was cracked feared would collapse and casualties. Most residents chose to flee to his brothers house to avoid the collapse of their homes .
" My house had cracked an inch behind the wall . If heavy rain again I worry about land subsidence again and I come home collapsed , " said Sudaili , homeowners are already cracked .
Meanwhile , Head of Rehabilitation and Reconstruction , Disaster Management Agency (BPBD ) Sumenep , Sutrisno explained , the phenomenon of land subsidence in Pasongsongan it would still be reviewed cause. But for the time being , residents whose homes were asked to evacuate cracked first for fear of aftershocks sinkhole .
" We 're seeking help for the victims . Moreover, their broken rice after soil subsidence . Important thing first saved their lives , " said Sutrisno .