Friday, November 5, 2010

Adisutjipto-Yogyakarta Airport was Closed

Residents who fled look past the intersection Kaliurang, Kentungan, Yogyakarta, Friday, November 5, 2010. Center for Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation Disaster expand safe distance to 20 kilometers from the summit of Mount Merapi after the volcano erupted again early in the morning. Displacement was transferred to a number of places, such as Maguwoharjo Stadium.

 Due to the rain of volcanic ash eruption of Mount Merapi, which occurred flights to and from Adisutjipto Airport, Yogyakarta, was closed for a while. A number of flights to Jakarta, Surabaya, Makassar, Balikpapan, Batam, Denpasar and postponed to an undetermined time. As a result of this temporary closure occurs accumulation of passengers, well ahead of the departure gate and inside the passenger waiting room.

As reported, early this morning, Mount Merapi erupted again. This time the eruption of Merapi is more powerful than previous days. Even with a frightening roar. 73 stroke victim's body arrived at Merapi pyroclastic Installation of Forensic Medicine Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta. The death toll was expected to rise a lot because there are dozens of victims who have not evacuated.

While the burn victims are now being handled in the Custom Installation Burns and Emergency Unit. In Klaten, Central Java, there are also many burn victims are treated. They were mostly from areas Manisrenggo, Gendol river.

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