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Gegli news - Indonesian savers use drones and sniffer dogs. The number of tsunami deaths is tops of 400. - 12/25/2018 9:10:17 PM 9:10:17 PM 

At least 429 people have been killed and thousands of residents have been forced to move to a higher level.

LABUAN, Indonesia - Tuesday's use of drones and dog sniffer to search for survivors along the giant coast of the West Coast of Java, under the influence of a tsunami that killed at least 429 people, is expected to bring more victims than searches are spreading , Be victimized.


The thick gray clouds continue to be from Anak Krakatau, an volcanic island in which a crater at Ramadan, along the coastline, sent waves on the sides of the Sunda Strait between the Sumatra Islands and Java.


At least 154 people have been lost. More than 1400 people were injured and thousands of residents were forced to move to a higher level, and an extraordinary alert rose on Wednesday.


Officials say the search area will expand to the south, with heavy vehicles, sniper dogs and special cameras for detecting and digging mud and bumps along the West Coast 60 miles of Java.


"There are a number of places that were thought to have not been impressed," said Youssef Latif, a spokesman for the National Search and Rescue Organization.


"But now we are going to more remote areas ... and in fact there are a lot of victims."


The widespread archipelago, located in the Pacific Circle of Fire, suffers from natural disasters for more than a decade of its worst annual casualties.


Earthquakes flattened the Lombok Islands in July and August, killing more than 2,000 people in the remote area of ​​Sulashi Island in September and killing earthquakes and tsunami.


Just 24 minutes after the landslide landed for waves, there was no initial warning to those who lived on the beach.


Officials and experts warned of higher waves and guided residents to prevent the coastline.


"Since Anak Krakatau has been actively erupting over the past few months, extra tsunami can not be eliminated," Dr. Professor Herman Fritz of the Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States said.


Rescue efforts from extreme rainfall and low visibility. Military and voluntary rescue teams used to assess the damage caused by drones. A team of dining dogs used to search for survivors at the beach club, where a tsunami destroyed an outdoor stage in which Hindi Indo-Indonesia was attended by around 200 guests.


Destruction is seen on many coastal lines, where waves of broken cars up to six feet, metal pieces, noble trees, wooden beams and household items have been removed and placed on roads and fields of rice.


In 1883, a volcano subsequently known as Krakatoa erupted in one of the largest explosions recorded in history, killing more than 36,000 people in a series of tsunamis, and reducing the surface temperature of a centigrade with its ash . Anak Krakatau is an island that emerged from the area in 1927, and has since grown.


The waves of the morning on Saturday seized hundreds of people on Sebesi Island, about seventy-nine volcanoes.


"We are completely paralyzed, we are demanding food and medicine," said Seymassar, the village's secretary of the island, to the Metro TV.


The disaster occurred during the Christmas season, the memories of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which occurred on December 26, 2004, killed 226,000 people in 14 countries, including more than 120,000 people in Indonesia.


Food, water, blankets, and medical assistance began to enter the area.


District administrator Adamda Sahara said she will help take care of 4,000 refugees, many of whom are homeless.


"All are still in a state of panic," he said. "We often have natural disasters, but that's not bad."


He said, "God willing, we will be rebuilding."

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