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by:Cailong     2019-07-24
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LUSHAN, CHINA -
Luo Shiqiang sat near the concrete block, bricks and a torn orange sofa, telling how his grandfather came back from feeding chickens, their house collapsed and died in a powerful earthquake in southwest China this weekend.
"We lost everything in such a short time," 20-year-
The old college student said Sunday.
He said his cousin was also injured in the collapse, but his other family members were spared because they worked on hard land
Longmen village, Lushan county.
An earthquake in Sichuan province on Saturday killed at least 186 people and injured more than 11,000 others. nearly 24 people were missing, mainly in rural areas around Ya'an city. Five years ago, on the same fault line of one of China's most serious natural disasters, a devastating earthquake struck Sichuan and neighboring areas, killing more than 90,000 people.
Lushan, Baoxing county
Saturday's quake was the worst of a magnitude 2008 quake, with local residents saying they had little benefit from post-disaster reconstruction in the region. There are no special reinforcements or new evacuation procedures introduced in remote communities.
Luo said he hopes to do more to make the building in his community earthquake. resistant.
"Maybe the leaders of this country really want to help us, but officials will not implement it when it comes to lower levels," he said . ".
On Sunday, the rescue team took a helicopter, blasting in a landslide, and reached some of the most remote communities, where rescuers in orange overalls led the sniffing dog through a pile of bricks, look for concrete and wood debris from survivors.
Many residents complained that although the emergency response team quickly removed the body and searched for survivors, they have done very little so far in distributing aid.
"There is no water, no shelter," read one hand --
On the side of the Longmen Road, the children held a handwritten sign.
"When I heard the explosion of the earthquake, I was working in the field and I turned around and saw my house flat in front of me," said Fu Qiuyue, 70. year-
Old vegetable farmers in Longmen.
Fu Ying and her husband Ren Dehua are sitting on a piece of grass, and a helicopter stops nearby to reach their terraced grain and vegetable fields Community, a temporary sanctuary of logs and plastic sheets.
She said the house collapsed and killed eight pigs.
"This is the most terrible voice I have ever heard," she said . ". The quake —
Measured by the China Seismological Bureau, the magnitude is 7. 0 and by the U. S.
Geological Exploration 6. 6 —
Not long after 8m. on Saturday.
Thousands of people moved into tents or cars and they were unable to go home and did not dare to go back as aftershocks continued to shake the area.
The official Xinhua news agency quoted the provincial emergency command center as saying the quake killed at least 186 people, left 21 missing and injured 11,393.
Like most natural disasters, the government mobilized thousands of soldiers and others to send excavators and other heavy machinery as well as tents, blankets and other emergency supplies.
According to official media reports, two soldiers died after the vehicle slid off the cliff from the road.
The Chinese Red Cross said it had deployed rescue teams to provide food, water, medicine and rescue equipment to the disaster area.
The place where the earthquake occurred, Lushan, located in the fertile Sichuan plain and finally rising to the foothills of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is located on the Longshan fault of the 2008 magnitude earthquake.
Lushan county's seat has become a huge refugee camp with tents set up in the open space, and volunteers distribute noodles and boxed food to survivors from stalls and trucks.
A large van with a convertible edge used as a mobile bank with an ATM, military medical trucks offering X-
The Ray and military doctor of the minor injury patient performed the basic first aid, and the wound and bruises were examined with iodine solution.
The minor patient was lying in a tent in the courtyard of the local hospital, and the hospital was destroyed by the earthquake --
The most seriously injured patient was sent to the provincial capital.
Due to limited water supply and the lack of access to buildings, sanitation is a problem for survivors.
Every Sunday, there is an aftershock, a noise in the crowd, and the windows of the building are shaking.
China-related media
Luo Shiqiang sat near the concrete block, bricks and a torn orange sofa, telling how his grandfather came back from feeding chickens, their house collapsed and died in a powerful earthquake in southwest China this weekend.
"We lost everything in such a short time," 20-year-
The old college student said Sunday.
He said his cousin was also injured in the collapse, but his other family members were spared because they worked on hard land
Longmen village, Lushan county.
An earthquake in Sichuan province on Saturday killed at least 186 people and injured more than 11,000 others. nearly 24 people were missing, mainly in rural areas around Ya'an city. Five years ago, on the same fault line of one of China's most serious natural disasters, a devastating earthquake struck Sichuan and neighboring areas, killing more than 90,000 people.
Lushan, Baoxing county
Saturday's quake was the worst of a magnitude 2008 quake, with local residents saying they had little benefit from post-disaster reconstruction in the region. There are no special reinforcements or new evacuation procedures introduced in remote communities.
Luo said he hopes to do more to make the building in his community earthquake. resistant.
"Maybe the leaders of this country really want to help us, but officials will not implement it when it comes to lower levels," he said . ".
On Sunday, the rescue team took a helicopter, blasting in a landslide, and reached some of the most remote communities, where rescuers in orange overalls led the sniffing dog through a pile of bricks, look for concrete and wood debris from survivors.
Many residents complained that although the emergency response team quickly removed the body and searched for survivors, they have done very little so far in distributing aid.
"There is no water, no shelter," read one hand --
On the side of the Longmen Road, the children held a handwritten sign.
"When I heard the explosion of the earthquake, I was working in the field and I turned around and saw my house flat in front of me," said Fu Qiuyue, 70. year-
Old vegetable farmers in Longmen.
Fu Ying and her husband Ren Dehua sat together on a grass to build a temporary shelter built by logs and plastic sheets, where a helicopter was parked on a nearby grass, reach their community of terraced grain and vegetable land.
She said the house collapsed and killed eight pigs.
"This is the most terrible voice I have ever heard," she said . ". The quake —
Measured by the China Seismological Bureau, the magnitude is 7. 0 and by the U. S.
Geological Exploration 6. 6 —
Not long after 8m. on Saturday.
Thousands of people moved into tents or cars and they were unable to go home and did not dare to go back as aftershocks continued to shake the area.
The official Xinhua news agency quoted the provincial emergency command center as saying the quake killed at least 186 people, left 21 missing and injured 11,393.
Like most natural disasters, the government mobilized thousands of soldiers and others to send excavators and other heavy machinery as well as tents, blankets and other emergency supplies.
According to official media reports, two soldiers died after the vehicle slid off the cliff from the road.
The Chinese Red Cross said it had deployed rescue teams to provide food, water, medicine and rescue equipment to the disaster area.
The place where the earthquake occurred, Lushan, located in the fertile Sichuan plain and finally rising to the foothills of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is located on the Longshan fault of the 2008 magnitude earthquake.
Lushan county's seat has become a huge refugee camp with tents set up in the open space, and volunteers distribute noodles and boxed food to survivors from stalls and trucks.
A large van with a convertible edge used as a mobile bank with an ATM, military medical trucks offering X-
The Ray and military doctor of the minor injury patient performed the basic first aid, and the wound and bruises were examined with iodine solution.
The minor patient was lying in a tent in the courtyard of the local hospital, and the hospital was destroyed by the earthquake --
The most seriously injured patient was sent to the provincial capital.
Due to limited water supply and the lack of access to buildings, sanitation is a problem for survivors.
Every Sunday, there is an aftershock, a noise in the crowd, and the windows of the building are shaking.
China-related media
Luo Shiqiang sat near the concrete block, bricks and a torn orange sofa, telling how his grandfather came back from feeding chickens, their house collapsed and died in a powerful earthquake in southwest China this weekend.
"We lost everything in such a short time," 20-year-
The old college student said Sunday.
He said his cousin was also injured in the collapse, but his other family members were spared because they worked on hard land
Longmen village, Lushan county.
An earthquake in Sichuan province on Saturday killed at least 186 people and injured more than 11,000 others. nearly 24 people were missing, mainly in rural areas around Ya'an city. Five years ago, on the same fault line of one of China's most serious natural disasters, a devastating earthquake struck Sichuan and neighboring areas, killing more than 90,000 people.
Lushan, Baoxing county
Saturday's quake was the worst of a magnitude 2008 quake, with local residents saying they had little benefit from post-disaster reconstruction in the region. There are no special reinforcements or new evacuation procedures introduced in remote communities.
Luo said he hopes to do more to make the building in his community earthquake. resistant.
"Maybe the leaders of this country really want to help us, but officials will not implement it when it comes to lower levels," he said . ".
On Sunday, the rescue team took a helicopter, blasting in a landslide, and reached some of the most remote communities, where rescuers in orange overalls led the sniffing dog through a pile of bricks, look for concrete and wood debris from survivors.
Many residents complained that although the emergency response team quickly removed the body and searched for survivors, they have done very little so far in distributing aid.
"There is no water, no shelter," read one hand --
On the side of the Longmen Road, the children held a handwritten sign.
"When I heard the explosion of the earthquake, I was working in the field and I turned around and saw my house flat in front of me," said Fu Qiuyue, 70. year-
Old vegetable farmers in Longmen.
Fu Ying and her husband Ren Dehua are sitting on a piece of grass, and a helicopter stops nearby to reach their terraced grain and vegetable fields Community, a temporary sanctuary of logs and plastic sheets.
She said the house collapsed and killed eight pigs.
"This is the most terrible voice I have ever heard," she said . ". The quake —
Measured by the China Seismological Bureau, the magnitude is 7. 0 and by the U. S.
Geological Exploration 6. 6 —
Not long after 8m. on Saturday.
Thousands of people moved into tents or cars and they were unable to go home and did not dare to go back as aftershocks continued to shake the area.
The official Xinhua news agency quoted the provincial emergency command center as saying the quake killed at least 186 people, left 21 missing and injured 11,393.
Like most natural disasters, the government mobilized thousands of soldiers and others to send excavators and other heavy machinery as well as tents, blankets and other emergency supplies.
According to official media reports, two soldiers died after the vehicle slid off the cliff from the road.
The Chinese Red Cross said it had deployed rescue teams to provide food, water, medicine and rescue equipment to the disaster area.
The place where the earthquake occurred, Lushan, located in the fertile Sichuan plain and finally rising to the foothills of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is located on the Longshan fault of the 2008 magnitude earthquake.
Lushan county's seat has become a huge refugee camp with tents set up in the open space, and volunteers distribute noodles and boxed food to survivors from stalls and trucks.
A large van with a convertible edge used as a mobile bank with an ATM, military medical trucks offering X-
The Ray and military doctor of the minor injury patient performed the basic first aid, and the wound and bruises were examined with iodine solution.
The minor patient was lying in a tent in the courtyard of the local hospital, and the hospital was destroyed by the earthquake --
The most seriously injured patient was sent to the provincial capital.
Due to limited water supply and the lack of access to buildings, sanitation is a problem for survivors.
Every Sunday, there is an aftershock, a noise in the crowd, and the windows of the building are shaking.
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