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Overflowing Cinambo River in Indonesia’s West Java province caused a dam holding the river in Pasar Jati to burst, flooding areas around the village of Jatiendah in the Cilengkrang district of Bandung Regency on February 9, 2019.
According to official reports, 8 people were dragged by the strong current. Three of them, including a baby died while the others were rescued. The floods caused serious damage to 2 homes and minor to moderate to 10.
“The joint SAR team has moved all residents affected by the flooding to a safer location,” Bandung SAR spokesperson Joshua Banjarnahor said, adding that the flooding had receded and that evacuations had been completed.
Tanggul di Pasir Jati jebol sehingga banjir melanda Desa Jatiendah Kec Cilengkrang Kab Bandung pada 9/2/2019 pukul 22 WIB. 3 tewas, 3 luka-luka, 2 rumah rusak berat dan 10 rumah rusak sedang. Penanganan banjir masih dilakukan. Korban sudah dimakamkan. pic.twitter.com/GsAHBPJeTn
— Sutopo Purwo Nugroho (@Sutopo_PN) February 10, 2019
More heavy rain is expected across the country in the days and weeks ahead.
Featured image credit: Sutopo Purwo Nugroho
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