Listen: Aid slowly is tricking to Indonesian disaster-hit areas
"Central Indonesia, the death toll from an earthquake and soon NAMI has jumped to more than twelve hundred as disaster officials began reaching coastal areas today that were cut off by blocked roads as well as downed power and telephone lines in Paris. Julia McCarthy's traveling with an army aide and security convoy to the heavily hit city of pollu-, rather Rafic videos that show massive aid trucks, just being stormed and stripped of what's inside. And and as part of their briefs, they are delivering food and medicines. And there are medics on board and nurses there bringing blankets and cooking oil bringing diapers which also raises a psychological trauma of children and elderly that have been visited upon the residents of don't follow and hollow in the ass. Aftermath of this devastating earthquake and to NAMI NPR's Julie McCarthy reporting from Indonesia officials say hundreds of bodies could still be buried under quicksand like mud caused by this anomaly after Friday's magnitude seven point five earthquake"