Publication Date:June 13, 2012
News Source:Jakarta Globe
Hendra Gunawan, a taxi driver in Jakarta, received a frantic phone call from his 9-year-old daughter last week.
His daughter, who was home alone at that time, panicked as flood waters rose and entered their home, located in the southern part of Bekasi. Hendra rushed home to secure his daughter and some of his family’s belongings.
“Our housing complex sometimes floods during the rainy season,” he said. “We usually prepare by placing our electronic appliances and food supplies in a higher place, but who would’ve thought of floods in June?
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