Update News! Ambon earthquake: 135,875 People being Displaced, 6,795 Houses were Damaged
BNPB noted, at least 135,875 people were displaced by the earthquake that shook Ambon on 26 September 2019 ago. See the details.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The Department of National Disaster Management (BNPB) noted that at least 135,875 people were displaced by the earthquake that shook Ambon on 26 September 2019 ago.
The Head of the BNPB Data, Information and Public Relations Center, Agus Wibowo said the refugee data was an update until Saturday (10/5/2019). The day before, the number of refugees was only 111 thousand.
The increase in the number of refugees, especially in the West Seram District (SBB) is due to a number of factors. Starting from the aftershocks that are still felt by residents, until there is false news.
Furthermore, the increase in the number of refugees was also due to the information related to the existence of aid shipments. However, it is not specific to what kind of assistance is expected by the residents who have previously been displaced.
Agus added, the data of the Maluku Province Earthquake Disaster Management Post reported that the total number of damaged houses reached 6,975 units.
The number of heavily damaged reached 1,914 units with details of Central Maluku Regency (Malteng) as many as 1,339 units, SBB 285 units and Ambon 230 units.
In addition to the increase in the number of refugees and thousands of damaged houses, the earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 has caused 37 deaths.
Meanwhile, the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Department (BMKG) recorded until Sunday (6/10/2019) at 09.00 WIT, there were more than 1,000 aftershocks that occured. (*)
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