The Google Crisis Response Team has assembled updated emergency information for the millions affected by torrential rain and massive flooding in Jakarta. Moreover, the company has enhanced its search results on to provide information directly when people search.

People can also access Google's  mobile page for emergency contact numbers, a shelter list, and any related developments such as traffic information. Or, they can use Google's FreeZone service, which lets feature phone users share and search without data charges.

Below, Google has mapped developments on water conditions. 

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