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In pictures: Sumatra flood
Indonesians search for survivors in a valley of the resort town in Bohorok
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A flash flood which hit Bukit Lawang village on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Monday has left scores of people dead and hundreds others searching for relatives
Indonesian walk past a flood destroyed houses in the resort town in Bohorok
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The flooding, which may have been made worse by logging clearing forest cover, washed away houses and tourist hotels
Indonesians look at the bodies of victims killed by a flood on a valley in the resort town in Bohorok
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The death toll is expected to rise as more bodies are found
Indonesians look at a damaged bridge as they search for survivors and bodies
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Getting aid to affected areas will be difficult because the area is remote and communications have been cut
A rescue worker tries to bring communication devices and survival equipments
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This man is trying to get communication equipment across a still-swollen river
An Indonesian and his son walk past a flood destroyed hotel in the resort town in Bohorok
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For the rest, it is time to try and come to terms with the disaster





SEE ALSO:
Sumatra flood death toll rises
04 Nov 03  |  Asia-Pacific
Flash floods: The deadly force of nature
18 May 01  |  Science/Nature
Clock ticking for Indonesian rainforest
30 Aug 02  |  Asia-Pacific
Floods hit Jakarta
13 Feb 03  |  Asia-Pacific
Country profile: Indonesia
06 Jun 03  |  Country profiles


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