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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Residents Magelang slowly taking shape

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The citizens of Magelang assisted by hundreds of members of the TNI began to fix the impact of great eruption of Mount Merapi on Friday last week in Magelang, Central Java. The eruption has caused severe damage in the area which is about 20 kilometers from Merapi's peak. Tuesday morning, residents in front of their homes began to move a pile of volcanic ash on Jalan Raya Yogyakarta, Magelang. Ash removal is easier because of the rain which flushed overnight. Pile up and no fly ash. In addition to the streets, residents also move ash that had accumulated on the roof of the house and channel water. Wet gray was put into a sack. Some residents chose to spray houses with water. On the Street Youth, Muntilan, in addition to moving the pile of wet ash, a member of the TNI to cut the trunks of trees that covers most road with mowers. Pieces of the tree and then inserted into the trucks owned by the TNI. Along the Road of Yogyakarta, Magelang, entrepreneurs began to tidy up the stone chisel participating stores affected by the eruption. They began to move the statues damaged by a falling building. In addition, the statues are covered with volcanic ash is cleaned by spraying water. Most shops in Yogyakarta, Magelang Road still closed. The devastation is still visible. Fallen trees, destroyed homes, and houses covered with volcanic ash.