11 killed in landslide as heavy rains pound Indonesia

June 20, 2012INDONESIAAuthorities in eastern Indonesia were searching for a missing 13-year boy Wednesday still missing after a landslide in eastern Indonesia. “We have recovered 13 people, two of them were still alive and now recovering in hospital. Eleven people are confirmed dead,” the head of the regional disaster management body Broery Tjokro told dpa. The landslide hit a residential area early Tuesday, in Ambon, the capital of Maluku province. The boy was the only person still unaccounted for. Heavy rain and unstable terrain have hampered rescue efforts. –Business Ghana
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2 Responses to 11 killed in landslide as heavy rains pound Indonesia

  1. Pack'n in says:

    Global Warming – Climate change – whatever you want to call it –some places will get abnormally heavy rains and some will get very little. Same goes for the heat and cold. In north central Florida rain has been scares for a long time. Now we have salt water intrusion and many wells are going dry. How ironic that Nestle Water (bottled water from Levy County) will be donating free bottled water. Isn’t that nice of them to give us a few bottles of water from the millions of gallons they have pumped out of our aquifer.
    http://www.ocala.com/article/20120619/ARTICLES/120619681
    Salt water intrusion plagues Cedar Key tap water
    The Associated Press
    Published: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at 7:14 p.m.
    Officials in Cedar Key are asking residents for the time being not to drink water from the tap in the city of Cedar Key.
    The Cedar Key Water and Sewer District announced Tuesday that, due to the drought and low groundwater levels that are plaguing North Central Florida, the Cedar Key district’s wellfield is suffering from salt-water intrusion.

    http://levycountysheriffsblog.blogspot.com/
    Nestle Water has volunteered to deliver fresh drinking water to the residents of Cedar Key. The first shipment of water arrived today at approximately 2:30 and is currently being distributed to city residents

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  2. West Virginia says:

    Back to Duluth, Minnesota.. 10 inches of rain today has resulted in massive flooding, sinkholes appearing, zoo animals drowning; a state of emergecy has been declared in this unprecedented flooding event. http://www.twincities.com/news/ci_20897705/flooding-around-duluth-causes-evacuations-closures?source=rss

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