Crollo nell'edificio della Borsa di Giacarta: almeno 77 feriti

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La struttura è stata evacuata dalle autorità. A collassare sarebbe stato il piano ammezzato sopra l'atrio centrale che ha ceduto intorno alle 12.30 ora locale. Non ci sarebbero persone in pericolo di vita. Esclusa l'ipotesi terrorismo

Crollo di una struttura, forse una balconata interna, nella sede della Borsa di Giacarta. I feriti sono almeno 77, ma non ci sarebbe nessuno in pericolo di vita, come riferisce la Cnn che cita un alto funzionario del dipartimento della polizia della capitale indonesiana. L'edificio è stato evacuato dalle autorità. Sembra che a cedere, intorno alle 12.30 ora locale, sia stato il piano ammezzato sopra l'atrio centrale dell'edificio. Il crollo sarebbe stato causato da un cedimento strutturale nel palazzo costruito alla fine degli anni Novanta.

Molti studenti feriti

Il cedimento si è verificato durante la pausa pranzo, quando la lobby sottostante era affollata di gente che è stata travolta dai calcinacci. La maggior parte dei feriti sono studenti di un'università indonesiana in visita, molti dei quali hanno riportato fratture. 

Il tweet del corrispondente della Abc Adam Harvey

"Non è stata una bomba"

Anche se le cause del crollo non sono ancora certe, il portavoce della polizia Setyo Wasisto ha escluso che si tratti di terrorismo. E ha chiarito: "Non è stata una bomba". Intanto, la Borsa di Giacarta ha fatto in un tweet sapere che proseguirà le sue attività normalmente, senza significative variazioni ai programmi.


Floor collapses at Jakarta stock exchange, dozens injured

Photo showing inside the Jakarta stock exchange, where an upper floor collapsed on January 15, 2018.
 

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)Dozens of people were injured Monday when a floor at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta collapsed, police said. 

At least 77 people were taken to local hospitals after a hallway between two buildings dropped onto the lobby below, according to Argo Yuwono, senior commissioner for Jakarta police department. 
Two people have since been discharged. Police said most injuries were minor and they did not comment on the cause of the collapse.
 
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Valentina Simon, Head of Institutional Relations at the exchange, told CNN that the collapse happened at around 12:30 p.m. local time. She described the lobby as an open space where tourists would gather and a coffee shop is located.
The lobby was crowded at the time of the collapse, just after people had finished lunch, a group of college students were also visiting the exchange at the time, according to local media.
In a tweet, the exchange said trading would continue as normal "without significant change to the trading schedule."

Floor collapses at Jakarta stock exchange, dozens injured

Photo showing inside the Jakarta stock exchange, where an upper floor collapsed on January 15, 2018.
 

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)Dozens of people were injured Monday when a floor at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta collapsed, police said. 

At least 77 people were taken to local hospitals after a hallway between two buildings dropped onto the lobby below, according to Argo Yuwono, senior commissioner for Jakarta police department. 
Two people have since been discharged. Police said most injuries were minor and they did not comment on the cause of the collapse.
 
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Valentina Simon, Head of Institutional Relations at the exchange, told CNN that the collapse happened at around 12:30 p.m. local time. She described the lobby as an open space where tourists would gather and a coffee shop is located.
The lobby was crowded at the time of the collapse, just after people had finished lunch, a group of college students were also visiting the exchange at the time, according to local media.
In a tweet, the exchange said trading would continue as normal "without significant change to the trading schedule."

Floor collapses at Jakarta stock exchange, dozens injured

Photo showing inside the Jakarta stock exchange, where an upper floor collapsed on January 15, 2018.
 

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)Dozens of people were injured Monday when a floor at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta collapsed, police said. 

At least 77 people were taken to local hospitals after a hallway between two buildings dropped onto the lobby below, according to Argo Yuwono, senior commissioner for Jakarta police department. 
Two people have since been discharged. Police said most injuries were minor and they did not comment on the cause of the collapse.
 
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Five things to consider when buying a second home in France
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Valentina Simon, Head of Institutional Relations at the exchange, told CNN that the collapse happened at around 12:30 p.m. local time. She described the lobby as an open space where tourists would gather and a coffee shop is located.
The lobby was crowded at the time of the collapse, just after people had finished lunch, a group of college students were also visiting the exchange at the time, according to local media.
In a tweet, the exchange said trading would continue as normal "without significant change to the trading schedule."

Data ultima modifica 15 gennaio 2018 ore 10:45

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