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article imageTwo Explosions in Jakarta

By Radi Anky Juremi     Jul 16, 2009 in Crime
Explosions occurred near the Marriott and Ritz Carlton Hotel, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta, Friday, July 17, around 07.45 W.I.B in the morning.
Hundreds of employees appear to be standing outside the building. In addition, dozens of hotel guests from both in and outside the country appear to standing in the evacuation field, exactly in front of the hotel. Some appear to be panic and shock.
At the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Gegana team (special Bomb Squad) continues to inspect all restaurants. Buildings around the restaurants also destroyed. Glass shattered in the Ritz Carlton main lobby.
Meanwhile at the JW Marriott hotel which is located about 50 meters from the Ritz Carlton Hotel, the main lobby also shattered. Blood splattered everywhere.
Still no confirmation what being the cause of the explosions, some say bombs, others say gas, we still waiting the official statement from the local police.
Around 36 victims (14 foreigner) brought to the nearest hospital; MMC Hospital. Family relatives can contact and search for more information by contacting the Hospital (+62-21-5203435 / +62-21-5273473).
Until now (12.05 W.I.B), this is the latest victims data from JW Marriott-Ritz Carlton explosions who treated in MMC Hospital:
1. Adrianto Makhnbu
2. Catur Rindu
3. Cho Ing Sang
4. Dadang hidayat
5. Giofani (FOREIGNER)
6. huibosto keung (FOREIGNER)
7. ibushi asu (FOREIGNER)
8. jamemakeba (FOREIGNER)
9. junita
10. junita kartika
11. kevin (FOREIGNER)
12. winda
13. Mariko
14. mellisa
15. MR william (FOREIGNER)
16. noke kiroyan (FOREIGNER)
17. peter (FOREIGNER)
18. regi aalstad
19. rinaldi damanik
20. scott miriles (FOREIGNER)
21. Shweta sukitha (FOREIGNER)
22. simon louis (FOREIGNER)
23. sudargo
24. yoga
25. yunita
26. yurike
27. yusuf
28. yusuf P
29. sarah
30. andi stuart
31. peter van wesel (FOREIGNER)
32. max bon (FOREIGNER)
33. gary sord
34. cindy
35. andrew
36. Hut Bosco Keund (FOREIGNER)
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