Grief was felt in front of the Undata Hospital Emergency Center in Central Sulawesi, where the bodies of victims of the earthquake and tsunami were collected before being buried in mass graves.
Pain and foul odor that began to stab because of the decay process that was so fast starting to feel.
In the parking lot, lined up the bodies of victims of the earthquake and tsunami. Some were wrapped in a body bag, some were only covered with makeshift cloth. In fact, some others were not covered by a single cloth at all, because the body bag stock was still limited.
The bodies found continued to grow, logistics supplies were hampered, and the number of volunteers was very limited because the access road to Palu was still not fully open.
"All related SAR elements are still focused on evacuating victims killed by the tsunami and earthquake. We see, there are still very many victims that have not been found. Therefore, when the victim died was found and taken to a nearby hospital, the problem just came, when the body was not buried immediately and was dangerous for the health of other refugees who survived, "said one volunteer,
Friend, ask for the best and most sincere prayer for the victims.
Do not forget, together let us give our best care to our brothers in refuge