Posted by: pinkturtle2 | November 23, 2010

Lebih 350 maut akibat rempuhan di Kemboja

In this Nov. 23, 2010 photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, Cambodian police officials examine the bridge where a stampede took place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Thousands of people stampeded during a festival in the Cambodian capital Monday night, leaving more than 330 dead and hundreds injured in what the prime minister called the country's biggest tragedy since the 1970s reign of terror by the Khmer Rouge.

In this Nov. 23, 2010 photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, Cambodian police officials examine the bridge where a stampede took place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Thousands of people stampeded during a festival in the Cambodian capital Monday night, leaving more than 330 dead and hundreds injured in what the prime minister called the country’s biggest tragedy since the 1970s reign of terror by the Khmer Rouge.

In this photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, people stand near the bodies of stampede victims in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Thousands of people stampeded during a festival in the Cambodian capital Monday night, leaving more than 330 dead and hundreds injured in what the prime minister called the country's biggest tragedy since the 1970s reign of terror by the Khmer Rouge.

In this photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, people stand near the bodies of stampede victims in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Thousands of people stampeded during a festival in the Cambodian capital Monday night, leaving more than 330 dead and hundreds injured in what the prime minister called the country’s biggest tragedy since the 1970s reign of terror by the Khmer Rouge.

Australian firefighters and Cambodian police check for survivors among the bodies of Cambodians, who died in a stampede on a bridge in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Thousands of people celebrating a water festival on a small island in a Cambodian river stampeded Monday evening, killing over three-hundred people, a hospital official said. Hundreds more were hurt as the crowd panicked and pushed over the bridge to the mainland.

Cambodian police carry away the body of a Cambodian man who died in a stampede on a bridge in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Thousands of people celebrating a water festival on a small island in a Cambodian river stampeded Monday evening, killing over three hundred people, a hospital official said. Hundreds more were hurt as the crowd panicked and pushed over the bridge to the mainland.

An injured Cambodian is carried by visitors after a  stampede onto a bridge at an accident site during the last day of celebrations of the water festival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. Thousands of people celebrating a water festival on a small island in a Cambodian river stampeded Monday evening, killing many people, a hospital official said. Hundreds more were hurt as the crowd panicked and pushed over the bridge to the mainland.

An Australian firefighter checks for the pulse of a Cambodian man, who died in a stampede on a bridge in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Thousands of people celebrating a water festival on a small island in a Cambodian river stampeded Monday evening, killing over three hundred people, a hospital official said. Hundreds more were hurt as the crowd panicked and pushed over the bridge to the mainland.

An Australian firefighter checks for the pulse of a Cambodian man, who died in a stampede on a bridge in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. Thousands of people celebrating a water festival on a small island in a Cambodian river stampeded Monday evening, killing over three hundred people, a hospital official said. Hundreds more were hurt as the crowd panicked and pushed over the bridge to the mainland.

GRAPHIC CONTENT Cambodian victims lay on the ground with help from their relative next to the suspended bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 where at least 330 people died in a stampede while millions were out on the streets of the capital to enjoy the final day of the three-day Water Festival, which marks the reversal of the flow between the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers.

Cambodian victims lay on the ground with help from their relative next to the suspended bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 where at least 330 people died in a stampede while millions were out on the streets of the capital to enjoy the final day of the three-day Water Festival, which marks the reversal of the flow between the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers.

People reach for help among some unconscious ones near a bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 105 people died in a stampede while millions were celebrating the end of the annual Water Festival.

People reach for help among some unconscious ones near a bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 180 people died in a stampede while millions were celebrating the end of the annual Water Festival.

People reach for help among some unconscious ones near a bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 180 people died in a stampede while millions were celebrating the end of the annual Water Festival.

GRAPHIC CONTENT A Cambodian military policeman examines a body near a bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 180 people died in a stampede while millions were celebrating the end of the annual Water Festival.

GRAPHIC CONTENT A Cambodian (at R) tries to help an unconscious man near a bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 105 people died in a stampede while millions were celebrating the end of the annual Water Festival.

GRAPHIC CONTENT Cambodian military police look at bodies near a bridge in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 180 people died in a stampede while millions were celebrating the end of the annual Water Festival.

GRAPHIC CONTENT Bodies are displayed in front of the suspended bridge where they found death in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 330 people died in a stampede while millions were out on the streets of the capital to enjoy the final day of the three-day Water Festival, which marks the reversal of the flow between the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers.

ANTARA 340 mangsa yang maut diatur untuk pengecaman selepas terbabit dalam rempuhan di sebuah jambatan yang sesak dengan orang ramai ketika menyertai Festival Air di ibu negara Phnom Penh, lewat semalam. Perdana Menteri Hun Sen mengisytiharkan Kemboja cuti berkabung hari ini berikutan tragedi itu.

GRAPHIC CONTENT Bodies are displayed in front of the suspended bridge where they found death in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010 after at least 330 people died in a stampede while millions were out on the streets of the capital to enjoy the final day of the three-day Water Festival, which marks the reversal of the flow between the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers.

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A policeman talks on a mobile phone as he looks at a bridge in the early morning in Phnon Penh November 23, 2010. A stampede on the bridge in Cambodia's capital killed at least 345 people and injured nearly as many after thousands panicked on the last day of the Bon Om Touk water festival, authorities and state media said on Tuesday.

..gambar terbaru yang dirakam pada pukul 9.30 pagi ini…

A policeman talks on a mobile phone as he looks at a bridge in the early morning in Phnon Penh November 23, 2010. A stampede on the bridge in Cambodia’s capital killed at least 345 people and injured nearly as many after thousands panicked on the last day of the Bon Om Touk water festival, authorities and state media said on Tuesday.

Police cordon off a bridge in the early morning in Phnom Penh November 23, 2010. A stampede on the bridge in Cambodia's capital killed at least 345 people and injured nearly as many after thousands panicked on the last day of the Bon Om Touk water festival, authorities and state media said on Tuesday.

Police cordon off a bridge in the early morning in Phnom Penh November 23, 2010. A stampede on the bridge in Cambodia’s capital killed at least 345 people and injured nearly as many after thousands panicked on the last day of the Bon Om Touk water festival, authorities and state media said on Tuesday.

Relatives hold young survivors of a stampede, who were found on a small boat under a bridge, in Phnom Penh November 23, 2010. A stampede on the bridge in Cambodia's capital killed at least 345 people and injured  nearly as many after thousands panicked on the last day of a  water festival, authorities and state media said on Tuesday. The girl lost both parents in the stampede, while the parents of the boy are in hospital.

A Cambodian policeman (R) examines bodies from the overnight stampede tragedy lined up on the ground at a hospital in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010. Cambodia began the grim task on November 23 of identifying almost 350 people crushed to death in a bridge stampede when revellers panicked at a huge water festival in Phnom Penh.

A Cambodian policeman (R) examines bodies from the overnight stampede tragedy lined up on the ground at a hospital in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010. Cambodia began the grim task on November 23 of identifying almost 350 people crushed to death in a bridge stampede when revellers panicked at a huge water festival in Phnom Penh.

A Cambodian Buddhist monk (2nd R-top) looks at bodies from the overnight stampede lined up on the ground at a hospital in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010. Cambodia began the grim task on November 23, of identifying almost 350 people crushed to death in a bridge stampede when revellers panicked at a huge water festival in Phnom Penh.

A Cambodian Buddhist monk (2nd R-top) looks at bodies from the overnight stampede lined up on the ground at a hospital in Phnom Penh on November 23, 2010. Cambodia began the grim task on November 23, of identifying almost 350 people crushed to death in a bridge stampede when revellers panicked at a huge water festival in Phnom Penh.

Lebih 180 maut akibat rempuhan di Kemboja

23/11/2010 2:29am

PHNOM PENH 23 Nov. – Sekurang-kurangnya 180 orang maut dalam satu rempuhan di sebuah jambatan di sini ketika berjuta-juta penduduk memenuhi jalan-jalan di bandar raya ini bagi menyambut Festival Air, semalam.

Menurut seorang jurugambar AFP, mayat mangsa diletakkan berhampiran jambatan itu yang menghubungkan Phnom Penh dengan Pulau Berlian, sebuah pulau kecil di mana pesta itu diadakan sempena berakhirnya festival tahunan selama tiga hari.

Pihak berkuasa masih memindahkan mayat mangsa dari jambatan itu, kata jurugambar itu. – AFP


Responses

  1. salam bro n sis…….

    apa yg depa cari tu?…….
    nak sronok punya pasai……..biaq mampuih pun tak apa-apaan……..

    aku teringat runtuhan jeti di terminal butterworth sekitar th 1986 dulu……..
    masa tu aku terpaksa buat keputusan sendiri menghantaq beberapa buah bas untuk angkut pelajar aku balik ke usm melalui jambatan PP………..lebih kurang sama situasinya……cuma berbeda tempat…..

    rakyat cambodia mcm jugak rakyat malaysia………cukup suka hala ke seronok nie……..pasai risiko tolak tepi laa………
    macam perangai budak-budak saja………
    pasai tu kita ada slot raja lawak dlm tv……
    ada jom heboh dlm tv dan di luaq depa buat pesta pestaan………
    untuk budak-budak….ada banyak channel kartoon……
    sampai mengaji tadika pun asyik main saja…….lepaih tu menyanyi, menari………last sekali baru depa isi temolok………tu laa keroja budak-budak tadika……….

    malaysia tak pernah didik jiwa budak-budak dng roh Islam yg betul………melalui kurikulum yg depa kondem sendiri……..baru depa tau………PASTI sebagai taman asuhan kanak-kanak telah berjaya melahirkan generasi murabbi yg diharapkan dpt membantu mengimbangkan antara tuntutan maddiyyah dengan tuntutan ruhhiyyah……….

    • Salam nasik kandaq.

      Amboi hang noo.
      Hang angkut pelajaq2 ke usm.
      Melalui jambatan PP.
      Pooooh.
      Pelajaq2 apa tu.
      Pelajaq2 universiti ka, pelajaq2 tadika.

      Ropa2nya hang ini.
      Ada jugak pengaroh/bau universiti.
      Hang pegawai tadbir ka.
      Hang jadi warden ka.
      Hang ada kena mengena jugak.
      Dengan usm.
      Baguis sungguh hang, noo.

      Tapi, nak kata hang pensyarah.
      Payah sikit, koot.
      Kerana selama ni, hang tulih.
      Standard pengandaq saja.
      Takdak apa2 ilmiah pon.
      Yang ada t*** kandaq.

      Tapi, kalau hang pensyarah.
      Bukang salah hang pon.
      Standard universiti tempatan.
      Pelajaq bukang boleh tau lebih.
      Marah tak bekenan.
      Kena jawab apa yang pensyarah.
      Bagi.
      Cukup.
      Lebih2 tak boleh.
      Sebab, pensyarah sendiri pon.
      Ramai yang.
      Malais membaca.
      Sama dengan suku2sakat2 tua2 bangka.

      Sekadaq hang boleh paham, koot.

  2. Rasa simpati kita dengan kejadian ini.

  3. Yang mati ni, semua budak2 muda. Ni semua hasey kerja lagho.
    Tuu..lah dia, bila depa tau diri depa muda, depa ingat oghang muda takkan nak mati dulu..tambah pulak pasai takdak apa2 penyakit.
    Rasa seronok buat depa lupa yang mati tu duduk antara pejam dengan celik. Bila dah pejam tak celik baru la depa sedaq yang depa dah mati, tuu pun pasai Malaikat dok panggei nama depa..

    Lagi satu, budak muda ni, depa dok paham yang nyawa depa tu ada dua, sabit tuula depa tak heran nak buat benda2 yang buleh sabit hilang nyawa. Depa dok perasan bila jatuh tergolek lagi tak mampoih depa dok percaya depa hidup lagi pasai ada lagi satu nyawa….Ni la sebagian dari ajaran sesat yang dia ajaq oleh ….APCO.
    Buat macam mana, Bodo dok tergantung kat dai sepanjang umog…

    • Salam Kucing Kota.

      Apa dah jadi dengan hang.
      Sekoq ni.
      Dulu hang dok petik sana, petik sini.

      Ini.
      Hang masuk pon.
      Dah malais nak bagi salam.
      Ingat.
      Setakat malais membaca.
      Saja.

      Sekadaq saja lah.

  4. betul… jangan buat keja yang tak bermunafaat tu…

  5. biasala budak tadika, sesetengah org ni ckp pandai ja. mcm la depa baguih sgt nak panggey org bodo la apa la kan. takpayah layan la org2 yg dok perasan baguih ni.


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