Gunung Sinabung, Indonesia meletus pada 12:08, Minggu, dua orang tewas ( Photo )

Friday, 3 September 2010

Mount Sinabung, Gunung Sinabung, Gunung Meletus, Gunung Api, Bencana Alam
Villagers ride a motorcycle past the Mount Sinabung volcano in North Sumatra

Sinabung Mount, Indonesia erupted at 00:08 pm, Sunday, two people killed.

Sinabung in Karo District, North Sumatra (North Sumatra) provinces, Indonesia, erupted at exactly 00:08 pm, Sunday (08/29/2010). Citizens residing in the surrounding mountains are requested to follow the instructions officers at the scene.

"The mountain erupted at around 0:08 am," said special staff in Disaster and Social Assistance, Andi Arief.

According to Ani eruption of the mountain is completely unexpected, although there were clouds of smoke that emerged from the summit Sinabung since yesterday.

He said, now there are officers from BNPB, an expert team from Jakarta, as well as local government is handling the evacuation of residents. "I have the same coordination BNPB Chairman, the command is in the hands of regents Karo," he said.

Previously, one Gugung Kuta Village, District Naman Teran, Karo District, Terkelin Sembiring, watch the sparks emanating from the mountain summit at around 23:50 pm. Residents who are in their homes and out of the house frantically.

Eruption Sinabung in Karo, North Sumatra, Sunday (8/29/2010) early today, reportedly causing casualty’s one person. It was delivered by special staff in the Social Assistance and Natural Disasters, Andi Arief, via Twitter.

"A resident died after suffering shortness of breath while on his way out of his village fled. Surbakti (54), citizens of the Village People's Love," wrote Andi Arief @ andiariefnew Twitter account.

Special staff in the Social Assistance and Natural Disasters, Andi Arief, was intensive sharing info about the development and disaster management activities in North Sumatra Sinabung through Twitter social networking account.

"The president continues to follow developments and has been reported about the occurrence of this eruption," Andi Arief wrote in her account.

He wrote, based on the results of coordination with National Disaster Management Agency and Volcanology, command handling in the hands of Karo Regent.

Sinabung located in Tanah Karo, North Sumatra, erupted at about 00:15 pm Sunday. Previously, Sinabung having an altitude of 2460 meters above sea level began to show activity by removing the black smoke on Saturday (08/28/2010) morning.

Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) Geological Agency Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Sinabung elevated to the level of alert. In addition, this type of volcano is also changed from type B to type A.

Indonesian Red Cross estimates that at least 12 000 people displaced by the eruption Sinabung. Today, thousands of residents still to evacuate to safeties places.

Sinabung activity also increases until erupted Sunday (8/29/2010) early morning is quite surprising. Therefore, the volcano erupted and rarely been grouped within the volcano who do not receive special monitoring.

Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) has determined the status of volcano activity Sinabung in District Tanah Karo, North Sumatra, to alert level IV or level following the eruption and lava from the volcano. In addition, PVMBG also raised Sinabung type from type B to type A.

"Volcano Status Sinabang increased since Sunday (29/08/2010) at 00:10 pm. Mountain fire was changed type from B to type A," said Dr Surono, Head of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG), Geological Agency, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Bandung, Sunday (29/08/2010). In addition, PVMBG also recommends conducted refugee community living and moves by the radius of 6 km from the active crater.

According to Surono, and the nature of the eruption activity Sinabung never noted that eruptive activity is unknown. Because the eruption was never recorded since the year 1600, Sinabung grouped into type B and does not do continuous monitoring.

Volcanic activity had been observed in recent days. August 28, 2010 monitoring results show the manifestation of white smoke and fumarola solfatara in the active crater.

Then on Sunday at 00:08 pm, according to Surono, came the roar that followed the eruption of smoke seemed to altitude 1500 meters from the lip of the crater. With the activity immediately increased to the alert status or level IV.

"PVMBG Emergency Response Team was on the scene following a number of observations and monitoring equipment. The team placed in the Village Bakerah Cimacem, District Namanteran, Karo District," said Surono.

Meanwhile in a separate occasion, the Head of the Volcano Observation PVMBG Hendrasto mentioned, installation of equipment will be conducted to monitor the volcano. "During this volcano type B, are not monitored constantly because there is no explosive eruption since 1600. However, with increased activity Sinabung, PVMBG observation posts will be placed there," said Hendrasto.

He mentioned, for these volcano type B or inactive volcanic mountains as much as 30 fire. While the active volcano type A that gets as many as 68 continuous observation of the volcano. "With Sinabung activity, then the number of mountain type A increased by one to 69 volcanoes," he said.

"Rain on the mountain while it is intensive, then the people who live in rivers that disgorge at the top of the mountain to be alert to secondary hazards such as lava floods," he said.

The death toll caused by the eruption Sinabung, Sunday (8/29/2010) early days, became two people. Two victims each Nartari Beru Ginting (65), Naman Teran Village residents and Nimaken Surbakti (54), residents of the village of Juma Kingdom, District of Naman Teran.

"They died of a heart attack," said Chief of Police Operations Control Command Center North Sumatra provinces AKBP Aiman Syafruddin in control posts in the governor's office in Medan, North Sumatra, Sunday.

Previously, volunteers Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) North Sumatra, M Irshal, said one of the victims, Surbakti indeed suffering from shortness of breath. Irshal explaining, his death probably due to volcanic ash Surbakti issued Sinabung containing silica powder (powder plastic) that interfere with breathing. For someone who does have the disease shortness of breath, dust will aggravate the condition of the patient.

Sinabung located at an altitude of 2460 meters above sea level it broke out on Sunday (29/08/2010) at around 00:15 pm. Based on PMI information, about 12,000 people estimated to have fled in a number of locations.

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