The Sumatran Mentawai Islands Earthquake

The Sumatran Mentawai Islands Earthquake

October 25 2010, Occurred A 7.7 magnitude of earthquake under the sea in The west coast of Sumatra Mentawai Islands´╝îIndonesia´╝î The Earthquake triggered a tsunami hit totally 27 villages, 6 villages were destroy in a devastating damage, only a few survived. As of press time, the tsunami has caused 343 deaths and 338 missing. After that, the Local officials of Indonesia said the rescue workers found a large number of dead bodies. They expected the death toll will certainly rise. So far, the tsunami has caused 509 deaths and 21 people missing in Mentawai Islands, Currently, they found 450 dead bodies can be identified. Statistics about 11,400 refugees have lost their homes after the tsunami. Now, they still live in temporary shelters.
At the main time, October 26 the Merapi volcano Occurred Volcanic eruptions on Java island in Indonesia, Caused by the death toll has reached 304 people. Officials said the danger of eruptions has been greatly reduced. Half of the people evacuated and they can return home. It is reported that Merapi volcano as the world's most active volcanoes, October 26, in a day time, the Merapi volcano has erupted three times in half an hour. October 28 the volcano eruption of hot ash once again in the afternoon, more than 50,000 residents to leave their homes and move into temporary settlements, October 30, Mount Merapi volcano erupted again, a large-scale, floating ash to 30 km, October 31, the Volcano still erupting. Local time on November 1, the Mount Merapi volcano eruption of smoke and ash again, rushed 6 km of sky. Now, Indonesia's National Disaster Management Authority said Merapi volcano internal movement now has been a sharp slowdown, the eruption have no life-threatening to the people.
October 27, while the rescue workers and supplies have arrived in the most disaster area but People who survive still did not get enough relief in the most worst affected area call North Bagheri Island. When the Reporters on the scene, they saw dozens...

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