An MSF team composed by six people arrived this morning at 5am local time in Pedang Indonesia. The team is composed of a doctor, two nurses, one psychologist and two logisticians. The MSF team arrived with five tons of medical supplies, non-food items and plastic sheeting. In the affected areas, MSF is the only international organisation present at the moment. Once arrived in Pedang, the team divided itself in three and they assessed the situation in four areas: Kota Padan Panjang, Kota Solok, Payakumbuh and Kota Bukittinggi. The most affected district in terms of wounded is Kota Bukittinggi. MSF started to support the local hospital with medical donations which had been severely damaged. About 100 severely injured people are hospitalised, with mainly fractures and abdominal injuries. The team is also preparing a distribution of plastic sheeting to create temporary shelters, hygiene kits and cooking sets. At the moment people are afraid to go back home and they sleep in front of their houses. No displaced camps have been set up so far.