Indonesia earthquake: 42 dead, 15,000 displaced in large scale

A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia’s West Sulawesi province, a disaster official said here on Saturday, killing 42 people, injuring more than 800 people, and displacing some 15,000 people and some 15,000 people. Were displaced.

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The disaster official said here on Saturday that a 6.2 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia’s West Sulawesi province has killed 42 people so far, more than 800 people have been injured, and some 15,000 people have been displaced, while nearly 15,000 people have been displaced.

According to the news agency Xinhua, National Disaster Management Agency spokesperson Raditya Jati reported on Friday that hospitals and field hospitals have been treated with serious injuries after the shallow under-land earthquake in Mamju city and Majen district.

The spokesperson revealed that 189 people suffered serious injuries and 639 received minor wounds in Mamju.

“Now, the patients who were treated in the affected hospitals have been removed to the field hospitals,” Xinhua reported.

According to Siyaruddin, the earthquake has destroyed the Mitra Mankara Hospital in Mamuzu. S. an official of the Provincial Social Office.

The spokesman said the displaced have taken shelter in 10 evacuation centers, and emergency relief materials have been sent to the affected people.

Risk assessment and evacuation of victims is currently underway.

According to officials, in the last 30 days, Indonesia has received 22 quakes between 6.0 or above, 22 quakes between 5.0 and 6.0, 143 quakes between 4.0 and 5.0, 367 quakes between 3.0 and 4.0, and between 2.0 and 3.0. 247 was shaken by the quake.