Posted by: pinkturtle2 | November 5, 2010

Letusan Merapi paling dahsyat, 54 dilaporkan terbunuh

Volcanic ash fall from Mount Merapi covers Yogyakarta city on  November 5, 2010. At least 54 people were killed and dozens injured  Friday when Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted again, burning  villages as far as 18 kilometres (11 miles) away, officials said. The  latest deaths bring the total toll to more than 90 since the country's  most active volcano started erupting on October 26.

Volcanic ash fall from Mount Merapi covers Yogyakarta city on November 5, 2010. At least 54 people were killed and dozens injured Friday when Indonesia’s Mount Merapi volcano erupted again, burning villages as far as 18 kilometres (11 miles) away, officials said. The latest deaths bring the total toll to more than 90 since the country’s most active volcano started erupting on October 26.

A  girl takes a picture of Mount Merapi volcano as it erupts and spews out  clouds of hot gas and debris as seen from Wukirsari village in Sleman,  near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has  killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74  have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated,  according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management Board on  Wednesday.

A girl takes a picture of Mount Merapi volcano as it erupts and spews out clouds of hot gas and debris as seen from Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia’s National Disaster Management Board on Wednesday.

Rescue volunteers move the bodies of victims recovered from  villages affected by the Mount Merapi volcanic eruption, at a hospital  morgue in Yogyakarta on November 5, 2010. At least 58 people were killed  and dozens injured Friday when Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted  again, burning villages as far as 18 km (11 miles) away, officials  said. The latest deaths bring the total toll to more than 90 since the  country's most active volcano started erupting on October 26.

Rescue volunteers move the bodies of victims recovered from villages affected by the Mount Merapi volcanic eruption, at a hospital morgue in Yogyakarta on November 5, 2010. At least 58 people were killed and dozens injured Friday when Indonesia’s Mount Merapi volcano erupted again, burning villages as far as 18 km (11 miles) away, officials said. The latest deaths bring the total toll to more than 90 since the country’s most active volcano started erupting on October 26.

The body of a victim of Mount Merapi eruption lies on a road  covered with volcanic ash as a rescuer walks by in Argomulyo,  Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010.

Victims of Mount Merapi eruption lie covered in volcanic ash as  rescuers search for others in a village that was hit by pyroclastic flow  in Argomulyo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Nov. 5, 2010. A deadly surge of  blistering gases cascaded down the slopes of Indonesia's most volatile  volcano Friday, torching houses in one mountainside village and  triggering a chaotic midnight evacuation.

Victims of Mount Merapi eruption lie covered in volcanic ash as rescuers search for others in a village that was hit by pyroclastic flow in Argomulyo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Nov. 5, 2010. A deadly surge of blistering gases cascaded down the slopes of Indonesia’s most volatile volcano Friday, torching houses in one mountainside village and triggering a chaotic midnight evacuation.

The body of a victim of Mount Merapi eruption lies on a ground  covered with volcanic ash in Argomulyo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday,  Nov. 5, 2010. A deadly surge of blistering gases cascaded down the  slopes of Indonesia's most volatile volcano Friday, torching houses in  one mountainside village and triggering a chaotic midnight evacuation.

The hand of a Mount Merapi eruption victim is seen at a hospital in  Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday Nov. 5, 2010. A deadly surge of  blistering gases cascaded down the slopes of Indonesia's most volatile  volcano, torching houses in one mountainside village.

Dead cows killed in Mount Merapi eruption lie covered in volcanic  ash in Argomulyo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Nov. 5, 2010. Blistering gas  from Indonesia's most volatile volcano spewed farther than expected  Friday, incinerating houses at the edge of the danger zone, triggering  chaotic evacuations and pushing the death toll in more than a week to  nearly 100.

The hand of a victim of Mount Merapi eruption is seen covered in  volcanic ash in Argomulyo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010. A  deadly surge of blistering gases cascaded down the slopes of  Indonesia's most volatile volcano Friday, torching houses in one  mountainside village and triggering a chaotic midnight evacuation.

A  farmer looks at Mount Merapi volcano as it erupts, from Wukirsari  village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta November 4, 2010.  Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it began erupting on  October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than 70,000 people have  been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Management  Board on Wednesday.

Mount Merapi volcano erupts spewing out towering clouds of hot gas  and debris as seen from Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient  city of Yogyakarta, November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least  42 people since it began erupting on October 26 and more than 70,000  people have been displaced, according to Indonesia's National Disaster  Management Board.

Mount Merapi volcano erupts for the fifth time as seen from  Wukirsari village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta  November 4, 2010. Mount Merapi has killed at least 39 people since it  began erupting on October 26. Over 74 have been injured and more than  70,000 people have been evacuated, according to Indonesia's National  Disaster Management Board.

54 Korban Terbaru Gunung Merapi

05/11/2010 3:40pm

JAKARTA 5 Nov. – Letusan Gunung Merapi tengah malam tadi adalah yang paling dahsyat setakat ini, dengan semburan awan panas setinggi 8,000 meter ke udara, selain menghasilkan hujan abu volkanik, hujan pasir serta kerikil sehingga ke Yogyakarta, yang terletak kira-kira 40 kilometer dari gunung berapi itu.

Sekurang-kurangnya 54 orang, kebanyakannya dari kawasan Cangkringan di daerah Sleman, mati akibat melecur di seluruh badan terkena abu volkanik, manakala 66 lagi cedera dengan lebih 40 peratus kesan lecuran.

Berpuluh-puluh ribu penduduk dipindahkan selepas pihak berkuasa meningkatkan radius zon keselamatan kepada 20 kilometer di luar puncak Gunung Merapi, termasuk penduduk Sleman (dipindahkan ke Stadium Maguharjo) yang sering terdedah kepada ancaman awan panas Merapi.

Lapangan Terbang Adisucipto di Yogyakarta pula ditutup kerana ditimpa abu volkanik, sementara penerbangan ke destinasi itu serta ke Solo dibatalkan.

Sementara itu, lebih 500 pelajar Malaysia di Yogyakarta, Magelang dan Solo kini diletakkan dalam keadaan berjaga-jaga untuk dibawa pulang.

Pengarah Education Malaysia (EM) di Indonesia, Datuk Dr Junaidy Abu Bakar berkata, semua pelajar sedang dipindahkan ke Solo, yang terletak 65 kilometer dari Merapi dan 85 kilometer dari Yogyakarta, sebelum diterbangkan ke Malaysia. – Bernama

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Responses

  1. Letusan yang lalu telah menghasilkan awan yang menyerapkan air yang terlalu banyak dan akhirnya menggugurkan hujan yang berhari hari diutara semenanjung. Menjadikan bah besar di Hanyai, Perlis, utara Kedah dan Kelantan.

    Letusan yang ini lebih ganas dan besar dan jika ia boleh menyerapkan air yang berkali ganda lebih banyak.
    Cuba kita bayangkan, negeri mana pulak yang akan ditimpa bencana banjir lebih besar ini, atau apa akan jadi jika ia menurunkan hujan dinegeri yang sama. Hubaya! hubaya!

    Depa kata fenomena alam semula jadi dalam perkataan lain alam ini terjadi dengan sendirinya, bukan Allah yang cipta.

  2. salam kucing………

    puak sarkis n grombolan tobat tak pecaya punya yg hang bagitau tu……..depa tengah syok berpesta………
    kan ke depa gabuih batu lembu dengan galaih……….
    lagi tak kena kepala depa………tobat depa tak sedaq………….

    kah kah kah

    • cuba tengok perangai kau ni…
      hukum alam pun kau nak kaitkan dengan politik…
      dah tak ada idea lain ke…
      cubalah kau menginsafi dan bermuhasabah sikit…
      itu pasal la semua orang dah meluat…

      adakah Kelantan banjir setiap tahun kerana ALLAH menurunkan bala kepada umatnya…
      adakah rakyat Kelantan banyak berdosa…
      bukankah di situ ada wali besar…
      tengok muka dia pun boleh masuk syurga….

  3. Salam 1Malaysia.

    Kita nak rakamkan.
    Rasa simpati.
    Terhadap kejadian ini.

    Sekadaq insaf ketentuan Allah.

  4. salam bro n sis……..

    takat simpati saja laa budak-budak……
    ajak le wali sekali pi pi tolong…….
    mana tau doanya makbul………wali laa katakan!!!…….
    baru laa elok zahiaq dan batin……

    • Salam nasik kandaq.

      Hang belajaq.
      Kat tok guru mana.

      Hang buat baik.
      Hang heboh sedunia.

      Hang pernah dengaq tak.
      Tangan kanan bagi.
      Tangan kiri pon tak tau.

      Lain kali.
      Ikutlah ceramah,

      Sekadaq jangan ikut celamah.

  5. Salam,

    Mmg. jarang2 dengaq
    Tangan kanan bagi.
    Tangan kiri pon tak tau.

    Yg dok selalu dengaq.
    Tangan kanan galaih pi
    Tangan kiri julap mai
    Baghu saja lepaih

    Plan2 replay tgk.

    • Salam great chief.

      Hang mana nak tau.
      Hang suka ikut itu celamah.
      Hang dengan nasik kandaq sama.
      Gelong kiri, gelong kanan.
      Nak kayuh tak tau.
      Tu yang kayuh, plan-plan.

      Sekadaq krosotlah hang.

  6. itu tanda peringatan dr Allah swt. bahawa api neraka itu lebih dahsyat dari ini . semoga kita semua jangan lalai ibadat. wslm… .

  7. Bala Allah datang tak kira beriman atau tidak…bala semua akan kena…

    Jadi jangan dok sedat hina ulama

  8. salam tn pinkturtle
    ana mau linkkan site tn dlm blog ana harap tn sudi juga linkkan sama blog ana ,wassalam


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