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Indonesia Volcano Survivor Begs Mom for Help After Eruption

A video clip shows survivors of Saturday’s volcanic eruption in Indonesia covered in ash and in desperate need of help.

Zafira Zarim Febrina, 19 years old; recorded A cell phone video was taken of her calling out to her mother. daily mail It was reported on Monday.

The young woman called herself by her family’s nickname and said, “Mom, help Ife.” This is the current situation in Ife. ”

Since then, Febrina has been hospitalized with her father and uncle. The family was on a hiking trip with 18 other people when they became trapped. The young woman’s mother said her child was experiencing severe trauma as a result.

“Another video shows a young girl with thick ash and mud on her face, clothes, and hair. Her face is covered in blood and her voice is hoarse. While she is trapped in an apocalyptic scene, I can also hear you talking into your cell phone.” Post said the article.

video footage show Volcanic eruption of Mount Marapi. Smoke and ash reach the sky as local residents watch.

After the incident, 11 climbers died and 12 are still missing, Fox Weather reported. report Monday.

“The bodies of three survivors and 11 climbers were discovered on Monday, among the dozens of climbers who were in the area when the mountain exploded,” the report said. It is written.

“Several other climbers were found safely, and the other climbers were taken to a local hospital for treatment of their injuries,” the article said.

The volcano on the island of West Sumatra began erupting on Sunday afternoon, Indonesia’s National Disaster Management Agency said.

of Post The article said about 75 hikers were stranded during the incident.

“Local search and rescue teams have announced that most of the climbers have been found and many are being treated for burns.” new york post report Monday:

Authorities called off the search on Monday due to another small eruption. post He added that the eruption sent ash nearly two miles into the sky.

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