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Thousands of people were forced to evacuate in Jakarta, Indonesia, flooded.

Thousands of people were forced to evacuate in Jakarta, Indonesia, flooded.

On January 17, Indonesian police took K9 sniffing dogs to inspect the hospital building that collapsed after the earthquake in West Sulawesi Province, Indonesia.

February 20th local time, due to continuous heavy rains, severe floods occurred in many areas of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia.

In some areas, the water depth is more than 1.8 meters, many houses have been flooded, and more than 1,300 people have been forced to evacuate.

The Indonesian government sent rescue personnel on the same day and used small boats to help the disaster victims evacuate.

Indonesian meteorological agencies predict that weather such as heavy rains and strong winds may continue until next week, reminding residents in the affected areas to be vigilant.

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