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    Post-Earthquake, Dozens of Buildings in Ciamis Damage Weight


    BANDUNG - National SAR Agency (Basarnas) West Java said, dozens of houses and buildings in Ciamis Regency seriously damaged after the earthquake in Southwest District of Tasikmalaya, West Java, Friday night (15/12/2017)

    Public Relations and Protocol Coordinator Basarnas Jabar, Joshua Banjarnahor said, some buildings that have been damaged include Dusun Desa RT / RW 04/02 Gunungsari Village Kc. Sadananya Kab. Ciamis with the loss of 1 unit house collapsed resulting in 1 person died that is Hj Dedeh Fatimah (63) and 2 people suffered serious injuries H Lutfi Bahmid (70) and Ajat (80 years), Dusun Ciwahangan Imbanagara Village Kec. Ciamis Kab. Ciamis with a loss of 1 unit of damaged house belonging to Aan Maskanah (43 yr) which resulted in 1 person suffered injuries ie Edoh (53 years).

    As for some damaged buildings include, Auditorium and classrooms Faculty of Economics UNIGAL Kab. Ciamis with the condition of sky langi / pelapon collapsed buildings, Warehouse Alfamart in front of UNIGAL Kab. Ciamis wall of the building was cracked and messy displays fell on the floor. Ponpes Miftahul Ulum Bangunsirna Baregbeg Kab. Ciamis also severely damaged. Including the Secretariat House Building Banjar city, Jl. Student Army, p. Mekarsari, kec. Banjar, Banjar city that cracked on the wall and some glass doors and windows broke.

    Joshua said, on the incident 1 person was declared dead on behalf of Dede Fatimah (63) villagers Gunungsahari, District Sadananya, Ciamis regency. In addition to casualties, as many as six people were injured, including damage to the house.

    "Victims died crushed building materials," Joshua said

    The steps and actions taken for the victim died and injured in evacuation to RSUD Kab. Ciamis and coordinate with village officials, District and BPBD Kab. Ciamis to be followed up.

    "We are still coordinating with the local authorities over this incident," he concluded (MAT)

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