EMERGENCY RESPONSE FOR FLOOD IN SUBANG CONTINUED ABOUT 7 DAYS, 5 KILLED AND 388 PEOPLE DISPLACED

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By Staff PKK May, 27 2016 Important Issue
EMERGENCY RESPONSE FOR FLOOD IN SUBANG CONTINUED ABOUT 7 DAYS, 5 KILLED AND 388 people displaced

Emergency Response of flood disaster in Subang continued for 7 days until May 29, 2016. Main focus during this period is evacuation, fulfilling basic needs for refugees and emergency repair from the impact of Flood. The flood that hit Kampung Sukamukti, Sukakerti Village, District Cisalak, Subang, West Java on Sunday (22-5-2016) at 21 pm caused 5 people were killed, five people were seriously injured, two people were slightly injured, and 103 families (388 people) were displaced.

5 people killed were Pami (50), Eni (45), Nabila (7), Mae (17) and Rizal (10). Five people were seriously injured weree Amen (55), Raza (14 months), Makmur (47), and two others still in data collection. Meanwhile, two people were slightly injured was Angga (1) and one in the data collection.

Subang District which has not been having Local Disaster Agency or BPBD cause emergency handling action which done by Satlak PB Subang district oes not have the functions of coordination, command and executing as owned by Local Disaster Agency (BPBD). For emergency treatment, West Java BPBD assisted by TNI, Police, Basarnas, TAGANA, PMI and citizens who make the evacuation process and continuing search for missing people.

West Java Local Disaster Agency province together with Basarnas, Satlak PB at Subang District, military, police, Tagana, Volunteer, Red Cross, and the Community evacuate survivors to the Village Hall and the injured people were taken to the nearest health center. Dead victims has been handed over to the family for burial. West Java Province Local Disaster Agency has provided food and clothing to victims in the form of nutritional supplements which consists 120 packets, 120 packets of side dishes, fast food which consists 120 packs, 10 boxes of mineral water, 50 sheets of blankets.

People there always warned to be cautious from disaster. Potential extreme rain is still have high chance so floods and landslides still threaten many areas in Indonesia. Moreover, La Nina this year predicted to happen when rain in dry season still falling

Sutopo Purwo Nugroho

Head of Data Information and Public Relations of National Disaster Agency (BNPB)

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