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Karimun Flood

Written By Kepri Online on Saturday, December 3, 2011 | 01:28

A number of residential areas and roads in three districts on Karimun Besar Island, Karimun Regency, Riau Islands province flooded due to heavy blasphemy since Friday morning.

Floods not only disrupt the routines of everyday citizens, but also tie up a number of roads under water, such as a flood Pelipit Road in two locations.

A motorist who riding was forced to push his bike because of a strike in the middle of a puddle of water.

Some riders spin direction, while others daring break through flooding.

"I afraid to passing my motorcycle because i worried broke down," said Johnny, a motorcycle rider.

Flooding on the Pelipit Road seam near Danau Indah Housing due to overflow of water from the plot, exactly from Balai Garden Housing being built. Stagnant water in this location usually only subsided the next day because the water flow stagnates due to the narrow trench and buried in the ground.

While flooding in nearby Taruko restauran due to overflow of water from the drainage that extends from the highlands of Mount Tiung, Senang Hill and Sidomulyo Hill.

The view is also common in A Yani street, Baran, Meral district, red light intersection plot, the intersection of three Karimun hospital, Poros Road near the gas station, A Yani street in Tanjung Balai Karimun and several other roads.

While the residential population of the most severe floods in the Village of Teluk Air, Tanjung Balai Karimun with adult waist-high water. Dozens of homes in the region were submerged up to the house.

"Our house flooded by water, wet the bed at dawn because of stagnant water," said Maman, a resident of Teluk Air.

Residents move because of difficulties standing water can not pass two-or four-wheeled vehicles.

"The road is not visible because it is under water, if desperate fear into the hole or trench," said another resident, Dean

Meanwhile, flooding also occurred in Baran, Tanjung Balai Karimun Sei Lakam, Sei Raya Meral, Parit Benut, Colombia Housing plots as well as a number of other settlements with a height between 20 to 50 centimeters.

Dozens of homes in some areas were also submerged in water up to the kitchen and living room.
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