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The roads break off 2 kilometers from the hardest-hit area.
Supplies and relief materials have to be carried in on foot.
Soldiers and officers are clearing debris, preparing to release floodwater from the barrier lakes.
Others are delivering relief materials.
And people who are leaving their home to seek refuge with their relatives.
A landslide survivor said, "All eight rooms in my home were ruined. There are many people inside the hardest-hit area, waiting for help. My neighbors have been transferred to safe areas."
Many people are helping themselves.
They'll need to muster all their hope and determination to rebuild their homes and their lives..
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