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January 28, 2001 - January 29, 2001

List of villages in Kutch affected by the earthquake and thier situation. Monday, January 29, 2001


























































































































































































































































Village : Situation :
Abhdasa Taluka Least Affected
Anjar Taluka Worst Affected
Bhachau Taluka Worst Affected
Gandhidham Taluka Least Affected
(Gandhidham city affected badly)
Mandvi Taluka Least Affected
Mundra Taluka Least Affected
Nakhatrana Taluka Worst Affected
Rapar Taluka Worst Affected
Aadhoi Totally Damaged
Aasambia Requires
Medicine Urgently.
Adipur Maximum affected
Anjar About 80 per cent houses
in the town's centre, which has a population of 25,000, have crumbled
Baroi Safe
Beraja No major Damages
Big Bhadai Damaged heavily
Bhachau Major damages &
destruction.90% buildings collapsed.There is hardly a standing structure
Bhujpur Derasar slightly sunk
Bidada Safe. No damages to
hospital.
Deshalpur No casualities
Depa Requires Medicine
Urgently.
Dhrub Safe
Gadhshisha Safe
Gandhidham Badly affected
Gundala Marginally
affected,Sancha Mata mandir damaged.20 houses destroyed, however no casualties
confirmed.Heavy damages.70 dead.Sachha mata mandir almost destroyed.Ramdevpeer temple
upper dome damaged.
Kandagra Around 10 houses
destroyed & below 10 casualties feared.Shanti - Nami co-operative society damaged.
Kapaya Mrs.Maniben Maganlal
Keniya dead.Almost all buildings have cracks.For information contact
Rameshbhai,Umeshbhai,Pravinbhai Bheda,Bharatbhai Bheda who have returned from Kapaya on
4224661 or Bhupesh bhai on 4097804.
Kharoi Reported with minor
damage .
Kharua Minor Damages
Kotda-Roha 4 Dead & minor
structure damages.Dome of derasar damaged
Kotdi-Mahadevpuri 18 deaths .Affected
Luni Safe & water sprung
from under the ground.
Manfara Heavily damaged.
Mandvi 45 Dead,25
injuries,Vegetable Market Collapsed,Mandvi bridge slightly damaged,Light house
destroyed,Gokul hospital has suffered 50% damage
Manjal Reladia 3 Person Died & 5
admitted to Kaira Hospital.Many houses damaged
Mirzapur Badly affected
Mokha Highly damaged.Few
houses collapsed rest on verge of falling.
Moti Rayan Safe
Mundra Port not damaged,Minor
damages
Nagrecha Affected
Nakhatrana Some casualties reported
Nana Aasambia Badly Damaged
Nana Ratadia Affected.Badly Damaged
Nanikhakhar Safe.
Nani Tumbdi Badly damaged & 8
dead.
Naredi Minor stucture damages.
Pragpur Safe
Rakhiyal Badly damaged
Ramania Requires Medicine
Urgently.Old house broken, New houses crack formed.Derasar slightly damaged.People moved
out of village.7 Dead(Not Jains).Bachhu bhai send releif.
Rapar There is hardly a
standing structure
Ratadia Ganesh 3-4 Dead
Ratnal Badly affected
Raydhanjar Minor breakage.No
Casualities.
Sabhrai 4-5 buildings damaged.No
casualties.
Sadau Safe
Samkhiyari Totally Damaged
Sukhpur Badly damaged
Suvai Reported with minor
damage .
Tumbdi Requires Medicine
Urgently.
Vadala Majority houses
damaged.4 Dead.Few houses are collapsed & rest on the verge of falling.People have
been moved out of the village since houses can fall anytime.Contact Chunilalbhai-4022825
Vanki Tirth damaged slightly
& 2 persons injured.
Vondh & Pudharmora All buildings razed to
ground

Bhuj's death-toll could cross 20,000, say doctors Sunday, January 28, 2001

The death toll in the worst-hit Bhuj town of quake-devastated Gujarat may touch 20,000, doctors aiding the rescue efforts there said on Sunday.

A top government hospital functionary told UNI that a team of doctors from the institution despatched to Bhuj reported on Saturday morning that an estimated 50,000 people are still trapped in the debris of the collapsed buildings.

''The final figure of casualties may touch 20,000. In a nutshell, our medical team there has described the condition of the town as completely devastated. No part of the town is left untouched,'' he said.

Meanwhile, major government hospitals in the capital have been put on an alert to receive and treat the injured victims of the Gujarat earthquake.

However, no survivor has been brought to New Delhi yet, hospital sources said.

The super-speciality All India Institute of Medical Sciences has made special arrangements to receive the injured and has reserved beds for them. The Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital's disaster ward is also ready to treat any patients brought in.

Both hospitals have also despatched their medical teams to Bhuj along with medicines and equipment. The AIIMS has sent two teams of 22 doctors along with medical and surgical equipment and is sending another lot of equipment and medicines today.

The RML Hospital has sent a medical team of eleven persons including orthopaedists, surgeons, physicians and paramedic staff besides first aid kits and medicines. Another team is also on stand-by.

The government hospitals in New Delhi are coordinating the relief efforts with the Red Cross Society of India.

10 students among 23 rescued in Ahmedabad Sunday, January 28, 2001

At least 23 people, including ten students buried under the debris of a collapsed school building were rescued alive on Sunday, three days after the killer earthquake rocked Gujarat, even as people's anger rose high over the "slow pace" of rescue operations.

Besides the 10 students, another 13 were rescued from two other sites in the worst affected Maninagar area in the suburb of the city.

The survivors included a woman, Mona Singhvi and a 10-year-old child, Vicky.

"After 40 hours of sustained operations we were able to take out 23 people alive from the debris -- including 10 of the 70 students feared trapped under the debris of the Swaminarayan Vidya Mandir," B H Patel, divisional officer of the Maninagar fire station, said.

Those rescued had suffered minor to major injuries and have been admitted to various hospitals, he said.

Meanwhile, resentment was palpable in the vicinity. "Relief operations are going at a very slow pace and no proper equipment is being used to clear the rubble," said Vishnubhai, whose cousin's body was extricated from the debris.

NCC cadets were helping the Army and firemen to clear the concrete heaps and in cutting through wrangled steel by using gas cutters.

Residents in the area complain of the rescue team being poorly equipped. The operation cannot move at a faster pace until cranes and bulldozers were deployed to remove the huge concrete slabs, Devendra Patel, who lost his 14-year-old son, said.

"We have ourselves managed a 40-tonne crane from a private contractor," said Jayendra Patel. who lost his three daughters along with Devendra's son.

The residents were shelling out Rs 3000 per day as diesel cost besides rent of the crane, Patel, who himself miraculously escaped while his daughters got trapped under the debris of their flats, said.

Non profit Organisations and groups collecting funds to help the earthquake victims. Sunday, January 28, 2001

Vapi: Many Non profit organisations are organising rallies and programs to collect funds to help people affected by the earthquake. Many trucks and Mini tempos carrying food items and all the various necessity of life were sent to Ahmedabad and Bhuj areas by Hindalco group of Companies, Silvassa.
Vapi Maharastra Mitra mandal had organised a rally today morning to collect funds for the earthquake victims.

Pictures From Surat Sunday, January 28, 2001

More Images of the tragedy in Surat --------- Images Source Rediff.com


Multi-storeyed buildings have succumbed to severe tremors in Surat; attempts are being made to rescue the people trapped under the collapsed structures



Buildings in Surat have collapsed
like a pack of cards; not too many survivors are expected to be found under the debris.



Open air tempos have been transformed into temporary ambulances in Surat.



Hospitals in Surat are full with the wounded and their families




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