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Este es el otro panorama que se vive en las ciudades afectadas El pasado sabado 16 de Abril un terremoto de 7.8 grados de magnitud afecto Ecuador derrumbando casas y cortando servicios publicos. La ciudad del epicentro fue Pedernales siendo la ciudad mas afectada hasta el momento al igual que las ciudades vecinas: Manta, Bahía de Caraquez entre otras.
Segun las autoridades, “La falta de agua y comunicaciones continua siendo el problema mas grande, muchas de las vias de accesso estan afectadas”. Hasta el martes 19 de Abril al medio dia se han reportado 480 personas fallecidas y mas de 4.560 heridos, no se conoce aun el numero exacto de desaparecidos.
La pagina web ‘People Locator’ esta siendo utilizada para reportar personas desaparecidas utizando nombre y apellidos, el informe se puede crear con o sin fotografias de las personas. La applicacion es una produccion de la Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina de los Estados Unidos (NLM) en Bethesda Maryland, USA
The death toll continues to rise after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit southern Japan's Kyushu Island early Saturday morning local time. At least 41 people have been confirmed dead and as many as 1,500 have been injured. The quake hit virtually the same location as Thursday's deadly, damaging 6.2 magnitude foreshock. The latest tremor occurred Saturday morning at 1:25 a.m. local time (12:25 p.m. EDT Friday) at a depth of 6.2 miles, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. According to local police, Saturday's quake killed 32 people.
The quake's epicenter was in Kumamoto Prefecture just miles from the location of Thursday's temblor that killed nine people and left more than 800 injured. An aftershock measuring 5.4 hit southern Kyushu island on Saturday morning. Citing officials in Kumamoto prefecture, Kyodo News Agency says four people are still missing in Minamiaso, the Associated Press reports. Police received reports of 97 cases of people buried or trapped under collapsed buildings, while 10 people were caught in landslides, according to Kyodo.
The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said 66 people were trapped inside of a nursing home in Mashiki, the hardest hit town, according to AP. A major landslide was also reported in Minam Aso. The extent of the damage from that landslide is not yet clear. "Extensive damage is probable and the disaster is likely widespread," said USGS.Local media reported that nearly 200,000 homes were without power and an estimated 400,000 households were without running water.
This is the Global Reporting Event By LPF Team, December 30, 2015
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