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    A number of Roads are Disconnected by Land Movement in Kuningan


    KUNINGAN REGENCY-A total of 44 heads of household (KK) each from Ds. Cilebak, Ds. Bungurberes, Ds. Legokherang, Ds. Patala, Kec. Cilebak, Kuningan regency, West Java province, was affected by the movement of land that occurred at a number of points after the region was heavy rain for 7 days continuously.

    Head of Information and Public Relations Data Center of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said, as a result of this condition, as many as 15 people from 3 families had to evacuate and 129 people from 44 families affected by the incident.

    "Continuous rain has caused the soil to move in 4 villages and threaten the surrounding residents, especially because the intensity of rainfall is expected to increase until next February," Sutopo said, through a release received by www.Jabarprov.go.id, Sunday (14 / 01).

    As a result of the landslide in 4 test villages, 4 units of houses were severely damaged, 8 units were moderately damaged, 31 houses were threatened, 1 unit of SDN 1 Patala threatened, 3 fish ponds buried by avalanches, 1 unit of Attaqwa mosque threatened, 1 unit of retaining wall the cliff of a landslide, 1400m² of rice fields cracked row, clean water supply pavement cut off.

    In addition to damaging a number of buildings, due to the movement of the land 5-point main road access closed avalanches, each road connecting Subang-Cilebak, Cilebak-Ciwaru connecting road, Cilebak-Legokherang connecting road, access Cilebak-Legokherang / Batu Hideung Legokherang block 1 the road access is cut off to the Cilebak District Office and 4 dots of the environment are buried by the Avalanche in Wage Village, Cilebak.

    According Sutopo, efforts have been made to deal with the problem such as cleaning of avalanches that cover the main access road Ciwaru - Cilebak using heavy equipment.

    "Officers also cut down trees above the sub-district office Cilebak Wage Village Cilebak, monitoring the measurement of land movement in Wage Village Cilebak Hamlet and closure of land cracks in SDN 1 Patala," he said. (Parno)

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