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ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 12, 22 – 28 Mar 2021 - Indonesia

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ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 12, 22 – 28 Mar 2021
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REGIONAL SUMMARY:
A total of 31 disasters (25 floods, 2 landslides, 3 winds-related, and 1 storm) affected the region in week 12. These disasters occurred in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Viet Nam. High intensity rain caused floods, landslides, and strong winds in thirteen (13) provinces in Indonesia as reported by Badan Nasional Penanggulan Bencana (BNPB). Flooding was also reported in Kuantan, Pahang by Agensi Pengurusan Bencana Negara (NADMA). Lastly, severe weather including strong wind, lightning and heavy rain was reported in Lam Dong Province, Viet Nam leading to casualties and damages.
HIGHLIGHT:
According to Badan Nasional Penanggulan Bencana (BNPB), heavy rainfall and the overflowing of Didingga river on 23 March, caused floods in North Gorontalo Regency, Gorontalo which affected almost 1.5K persons, damaging more than 300 houses. Meanwhile, heavy rainfall and the overflowing of Citarum river on 25 March, caused floods in Bandung Regency which affected more than 60K persons, damaging more than 10K houses, 28 schools, 36 mosques, and 7 road points. A similar flooding occurred in the same area last January, which affected around 66K people. Lastly, flooding that occurred in Luwu Regency, South Sulawesi Province on 26 March have affected more than 6K persons and damaged around 1.2K houses, 3 educational facilities, 3 mosques and around 60 ha of agriculture area.

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ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 11, 15 – 21 Mar 2021 - Indonesia

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ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 11, 15 – 21 Mar 2021
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REGIONAL SUMMARY:
A total of 11 disasters (5 floods, 1 landslide, 4 winds-related, and 1 storm) affected the region in week 11. These disasters occurred in Indonesia and Thailand. High intensity rain caused floods, landslides, and strong winds in eight provinces in Indonesia as reported by Badan Nasional Penanggulan Bencana (BNPB). According to Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM), the high pressure area that extends from China covering upper Thailand resulted in thunderstorms and winds in 9 Province in Thailand.
HIGHLIGHT:
According to Badan Nasional Penanggulan Bencana (BNPB), heavy rainfall and the overflowing of the Pontolo, Milango, Bubode and Leya'o rivers on 16 March, caused flashfloods in North Gorontalo Regency which affected almost 2K persons, damaging around 415 houses, 1 public facility, embankments, and 45 ha of agriculture area. Meanwhile, heavy rainfall events and the overflowing of Sorilante river caused floods in Bima Regency, West Nusa Tenggara on 17 March affecting 1.3K people and damaging 341 houses. Lastly, thunderstorms and winds occurred in Phayao, Nong Bua Lam Phu, Chaiyaphum, Sakon Nakhon, Kalasin, Mahasarakham, Mukdahan, Nakhon Ratchasima, Sisaket since 20 March caused by the high pressure area that extends from China covering the upper part of Thailand have affected more than 1K persons and damaged around 227 houses as reported by the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM).

Indonesia's Sinabung volcano unleashes new burst of hot ash


Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano unleashes new burst of hot ash
By BINSAR BAKKARAMarch 11, 2021 GMT
MOUNT SINABUNG, Indonesia (AP) — A rumbling volcano on Indonesia’s Sumatra island unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds down its slopes during an eruption on Thursday. No casualties were reported.
Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province was shooting smoke and ash as high as 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) into the air and hot ash clouds were blowing 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) to the southeast, Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center said.
There were no casualties from the eruption, said Armen Putra, an official at the Sinabung monitoring post. He said villagers were advised to stay 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) from the crater’s mouth and should be aware of the peril of lava.

Lightning bolt blows up a tree in perfectly-timed photo


A US hiker has perfectly captured an amazing photo of a gigantic lightning bolt striking a mountainside.
The perfectly-timed photo was taken by Phil Garcia, while out hiking with his friends in Pecos, New Mexico. 
Garcia, 28, who works at a ski resort in Santa Fe, only managed to grab one shot of the purple-tinted bolt during adverse weather. 
It was so immense that it destroyed a tree in the process, leaving only its trunk.
This incredible image captures a gigantic lightning bolt as it strikes the side of a mountain. The wild photo was taken last June by Phil Garcia, while out hiking with his friends in Pecos, New Mexico

Mount Sinabung erupts twice | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal


By: Antara News
MEDAN: Mount Sinabung 
(pic) in Karo district, North Sumatra province erupted twice on Thursday, ejecting hot clouds as far as three kilometres away.
The first eruption occurred at 7.37am Western Indonesia Time (WIB), with the ash column reaching a height of one thousand metres in the westerly and southwesterly directions, Head of the Mount Sinabung Observation Post, Armen Putra, stated here on Thursday.
“It was recorded to have an amplitude of 40mm and a duration of 5 minutes and 38 seconds,” he added.
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The volcano again emitted hot clouds twice, with the first hot clouds recorded at 9.22am WIB, with a sliding distance of three thousand metres, and the second hot clouds detected at 9.29am WIB, with a sliding distance of two thousand metres from the peak. The emergency status of the 2,460-metre-high volcano has been declared as Level III (alert).

Indonesia's Mount Sinabung ejects hot clouds in new eruption

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People watch as Mount Sinabung spews volcanic materials during an eruption in Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Thursday, March 11, 2021. The volcano unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds flowing down its slopes during eruption on Thursday. No casualties were reported. - AP
JAKARTA, March 12 (dpa): Indonesia's Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province erupted on Thursday (March 11), ejecting a stream of hot gas, ash and rock debris three kilometres down its slopes, an official said.
The volcano also spewed columns of ash as high as 1,000 metres into the sky, said Armen Putra, the head of the Sinabung monitoring post.
There were no reports of casualties.

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Indonesia's Sinabung volcano unleashes new burst of hot ash

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Indonesia's Sinabung volcano unleashes new burst of hot ash
BINSAR BAKKARA, Associated Press
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The rumbling Mount Sinabung volcano on Indonesia's Sumatra island unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds flowing down its slopes during eruption on Thursday. No casualties were reported. (March 11) Video: Associated Press
MOUNT SINABUNG, Indonesia (AP) — A rumbling volcano on Indonesia’s Sumatra island unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds down its slopes during an eruption on Thursday. No casualties were reported.
Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province was shooting smoke and ash as high as 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) into the air and hot ash clouds were blowing 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) to the southeast, Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center said.

Indonesia's Sinabung volcano unleashes new burst of hot ash | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source


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People watch as Mount Sinabung spews volcanic materials during an eruption in Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Thursday, March 11, 2021. The volcano unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds flowing down its slopes during eruption on Thursday. No casualties were reported. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)
March 11, 2021 - 4:11 AM
MOUNT SINABUNG, Indonesia - A rumbling volcano on Indonesia’s Sumatra island unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds down its slopes during an eruption on Thursday. No casualties were reported.
Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province was shooting smoke and ash as high as 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) into the air and hot ash clouds were blowing 3 kilometres (1.8 miles) to the southeast, Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center said.

Indonesia's Sinabung volcano unleashes new burst of hot ash : The Asahi Shimbun

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MOUNT SINABUNG, Indonesia--A rumbling volcano on Indonesia’s Sumatra island unleashed an avalanche

Indonesian volcano spews gas clouds as villagers keep distance

No casualties were reported with villagers advised to stay more than three miles from the mouth of Mount Sinabung.

Indonesia Sinabung volcano erupts again

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A rumbling volcano on Indonesia's Sumatra island has unleashed an avalanche of searing gas clouds down its slopes during a new eruption.Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province was shooting smoke and ash as high as 1000 metres into the air and hot ash clouds were blowing 3km to the southeast on Thursday, Indonesia's Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Centre said.

Lightning strikes erupting Indonesia volcano spewing 16,000-foot ash cloud

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INCREDIBLE! This photo was taken Friday in Indonesia, showing lightning strike as volcano Mount Sinabung spews a massive smoke cloud.

ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 9, 01 – 07 Mar 2021 - Indonesia


ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 9, 01 – 07 Mar 2021
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REGIONAL SUMMARY:
A total of 23 disasters (10 floods, 2 landslides, 9 winds-related, 1 storm, and 1 earthquake) affected the region in week 9. These disasters occurred in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. High intensity rain causes floods, landslides, and strong winds in ten provinces in Indonesia as reported by Badan Nasional Penanggulan Bencana (BNPB). The M5.8 earthquake reported by BMKG occurred in 54 km northwest of the Mentawai Islands, West Sumatra. According to Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM), the high pressure zone from China spreading down resulting in thunderstorms and winds in 17 Province in Thailand. Lastly, Heavy rainfall caused flood and landslide in Banaue, Ifugao (CAR) while strong winds have destroyed homes and crops in North Cotabato (Region XII), the Philippines.

Lightning bolt strikes above erupting volcano illuminating the sky purple


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The sky above an erupting volcano in Indonesia has turned a stunning electric purple during a lightning storm.
Spectacular images captured the spectacle as Mount Sinabung in Karo, North Sumatra, continued to spew a column of ash and smoke up to 16,400ft (5km) into the sky as lightning bolts crackled above.
Sinabung leapt back into life last week, with 13 separate blasts on Tuesday alone, and it continued to shoot volcanic debris for several days afterwards.
The purple skies - which can be caused by the scattering of white light due to moisture, haze and dust in the air - were captured by photographers on Friday using long exposures.  

Lightning bolt strikes above erupting volcano turning sky purple

Mount Sinabung in Karo, North Sumatra, erupted last week, spewing hot ash 16,400ft into the sky and depositing the volcanic debris in nearby villages.

Mount Sinabung Erupts, Losses Estimated at IDR 29 Billion

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Mount Sinabung Erupts, Losses Estimated at IDR 29 Billion
Mount Sinabung volcanic activity in Karo Regency, North Sumatra, this week has increased significantly. The eruption of Mount Sinabung caused ...
Minggu, 7 Maret 2021 19:02
Mount Sinabung released hot clouds of avalanches as far as 5,000 meters 
TRIBUNBATAM.id, NORTH SUMATRA -  Mount Sinabung volcanic activity in Karo Regency, North Sumatra, this week has increased significantly. 
The eruption of Mount Sinabung caused thousands of hectares of community agricultural land to be severely damaged with a loss of up to IDR 29 billion. 
The mountain experienced an eruption and released hot clouds. 
As a result, the community's 3045 hectares of agricultural land was badly damaged because it was covered with volcanic ash from Mount Sinabung. 

Lightning strikes erupting Mount Sinabung volcano as it spews ash cloud 16,000ft into the sky

INCREDIBLE images show the moment lightning struck near erupting Mount Sinabung in Indonesia.A storm crackled overhead as the eruption sent a cloud of

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