INDONESIAN EARTHQUAKE DISASTER by ucb13077

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									     INDONESIAN
EARTHQUAKE DISASTER
        5:54 AM, MAY 27, 2006
                 M6.3
   SHALLOW DEPTH—10 KM (6 MILES)

EPICENTER 84 KM (50 MILES) FROM MOUNT
   MERAPI, AN AWAKENING VOLCANO
MAY 27, 2006 INDONESIA
        QUAKE
MOUNT MERAPI HAS ERUPTED
   68 TIMES SINCE 1548
EVACUATION STARTED BEFORE
     THE EARTHQUAKE
    INDONESIAN EARTHQUAKE
           DISASTER
 A magnitude 6.3             More than 5,826
  earthquake flattened         people were killed,
  over 110,000 homes and
                               thousands injured,
  buildings in central
  Indonesia at 5:54 am         and 200,000 left
  Saturday morning             homeless.
 The earthquake struck       80 % of the Bantul
  near the ancient city of     District of
  Yogyakarta, 250 miles        Yogyakarta was
  east of the capital,
                               devastated.
  Jakarta.
   INDONESIAN EARTHQUAKE
          DISASTER
 Japan’s            Even so, in the
  Meteorological      chaos that followed
  Agency said in      the quake, rumors
  their               of an impending
  announcement of     tsunami sent
  the quake that      thousands of people
  there was no        on Java fleeing in
  danger of a         cars and motorbikes
  tsunami.            to higher ground.
   INDONESIAN EARTHQUAKE
          DISASTER
 Ground shaking     The quake cracked
  damaged and         the runway in
  collapsed 4,000     Yogyakarta’s
  houses, hotels,     airport.
  and government     The airport was
  buildings.          closed to aircraft
 Roads and bridges   during a crisis
  were destroyed      time to perform
 Power and phone     inspections.
  lines disrupted.
DEMOLISHED VILLAGES IN
  EPICENTRAL REGION
DEMOLISHED VILLAGES IN
  EPICENTRAL REGION
INDONESIAN QUAKE DISASTER:
   VILLAGES DEMOLISHED
INDONESIAN QUAKE DISASTER:
   4,000 DAMAGED HOUSES
GROUND SHAKING DAMAGES
PRAMBANAN HINDU TEMPLE
   PRESIDENT YUDHOYONO
INSPECTS PRAMBANAN DAMAGE
             The Prambanan
              temple was built in 850
              B.C. and is the largest
              Hindu temple
              compound in
              Indonesia.
             Prambanan is an
              UNESCO World
              Heritage Site.
 PLEADING FOR FOOD AND
MONEY IN TORRENTIAL RAIN
INDONESIAN ARMY LEADING
   SEARCH AND RESCUE
ARMY ERECTS TENTS FOR
      HOMELESS
CITIZENS SEARCHING AMID
          RUINS
 INDONESIAN QUAKE: MANY
INJURED IN BANTUL DISTRICT
INDONESIAN QUAKE DISASTER:
 89 % OF BANTUL DEVASTATED
PRIORITIES: EMERGENCY MEDICAL
 CARE, HYGIENE, FOOD & WATER
INDONESIAN QUAKE DISASTER:
  HOSPITAL OVERWHELMED
ONE OF THOUSANDS INJURED
  AWAITING EVACUATION
 INDONESIAN QUAKE DISASTER:
INJURED AWAITING EVACUATION
INDONESIAN RESCUE TEAM
  TRANSPORTS INJURED
INDONESIAN QUAKE: MASS
FUNERAL IN YOGYARKATA
INDONESIAN MARINE OVERSEES
   ARRIVAL OF UN HYGIENE
         SUPPLIES
SINGAPORE SEARCH & RESCUE
       TEAM ON SITE
MEDICAL AID FROM SINGAPORE
           TEAM
JAPANESE RED CROSS LEAVING
NARITA AIRPORT FOR INDONESIA
CHINESE SEARCH & RESCUE TEAM
  PREPARES TO LEAVE BEIJING
  MILITARY UNLOADING
SUPPLIES FROM SINGAPORE
PAKISTAN PREPARES TO SHIP
     RELIEF SUPPLIES
INDONESIAN SOLDIERS HELP
   TO CLEAN UP DEBRIS
US MARINES ARRIVE IN
YOGYAKARTA MAY 30
MOUNT MERAPI ERUPTS ON
     MAY 29, 2006
            Activity of Mount
             Merapi, known as “fire
             mountain,” increased
             on Monday morning,
             May 29, with emission
             of a hot gas cloud and
             debris .
            Mount Merapi has a
             long history of hot gas
             cloud eruptions,
             including disasters in
             1994 and 1930.

								
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