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  Food medicine and other necessities for survivors of a 5 6 magnitude earthquake that struck western Indonesia were continuously distributed in the affected area a senior official said on Thursday The strong earthquake that struck West Java province on Monday displaced 62 545 residents in Cianjur district one of the hardest hit areas and a total of 14 evacuation centers have been set up the head of the National Management Agency said of Disasters Suharyanto The search and rescue operation for earthquake victims continued on Thursday and one body was recovered bringing the death toll to 272 while 39 others were missing Suharyanto said Rains small roads and the remote location of the quake affected areas have made the search and rescue operation difficult he said The country s meteorology climatology and geophysics agency warned of the potential for heavy rains that would peak between December and January Heavy downpours could trigger flooding that will endanger earthquake survivors who took shelter near a river or near a mountainside agency chief Dwikorita Karnawati told a news conference on Thursday Xinhua
Aid reaches earthquake-hit areas in western Indonesia

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– Food, medicine and other necessities for survivors of a 5.6-magnitude earthquake that struck western Indonesia were continuously distributed in the affected area, a senior official said on Thursday.

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The strong earthquake that struck West Java province on Monday displaced 62,545 residents in Cianjur district, one of the hardest-hit areas, and a total of 14 evacuation centers have been set up, the head of the National Management Agency said. of Disasters, Suharyanto.

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The search and rescue operation for earthquake victims continued on Thursday and one body was recovered, bringing the death toll to 272, while 39 others were missing, Suharyanto said.

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“Rains, small roads and the remote location of the quake-affected areas have made the search and rescue operation difficult,” he said.

The country’s meteorology, climatology and geophysics agency warned of the potential for heavy rains that would peak between December and January.

“Heavy downpours could trigger flooding that will endanger earthquake survivors who took shelter near a river or near a mountainside,” agency chief Dwikorita Karnawati told a news conference on Thursday. . ■

(Xinhua)

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