PALU. There is something different this weekend, usually a number of Ulujadi sub-district children play on the east coast, but currently a number of children cannot play on the beach after the earthquake and tsunami that hit Central Sulawesi. It is happen because in addition to fear the earthquake happened again also coastal conditions cannot be used to play because the debris of the ruins of the buildings is still scattered.
Children can only play in front of a house that has been destroyed by the tsunami. Even though they only play with a rope covered by a pillow, their cheerfulness doesn’t disappear.
Like Fatir, Rayan and Radit, these three children look happy while playing swings in the destroyed yard of his house.
“Usually we play on the coast, but this time our playing field was destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami, so we can’t play on the beach,” said Fatir, one of the children.
Candra Kurnia / Lailatul Istikhomah