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Terrifying moment dam breaks at Colombia’s largest hydroelectric project prompting the evacuation of tens of thousands
600 people already left homeless after heavy floods at hydroelectric dam project… And now another wave of flooding is feared. Tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in western Colombia after heavy floods at Colombia’s largest hydroelectric dam project, which had already displaced hundreds over the weekend.
A tourist has died after falling onto rocks while trying to take a selfie in Western Australia, 9news reported on Friday. A group of the international student’s friends watched on in horror as he fell from the tourist spot, The Gap in Albany, just before 3pm Thursday. The 20-year-old man had left the viewing platform to climb onto the rocks, which rise 40 meters above the ocean below, then slipped and fell, hitting the rocks below before being dragged out to sea. Sea Rescue crews pulled the man from the water, but he couldn’t been revived. The victim’s friend, Sahil Singh, told ABC News, he was being “very careful but slipped.” The man reportedly traveled 415km from Perth with eight friends to visit the popular attraction.
Sad reports of birds falling from the sky due to heat-related illnesses as heatwave shows no sign of relenting in parts of India
With over a 100 people dead from the extreme weather in India this week, spare a thought for the plight of the wildlife who also are suffering from the weather hell in the country.
At a time when many of us fall prey to dizziness and dehydration merely after spending a couple of hours in the scorching sun, the plight of stray animals and birds is much worse.
Of late, there has been a significant spike in the number of cases of birds falling prey to dehydration and heatstroke.
The situation has worsened so much that birds tend to fall and suffer head injuries, as they get dehydrated while flying.
Nearly 800 cases of birds falling prey to heat-related illnesses were reported at Jivdaya Charitable Trust (JCT) in Ahmedabad in the first fortnight of this month.
These include some 148 infant birds, 619 adult birds and 27 others.”….
Severe storm strikes Sri Lanka, leaving 3 people dead and over 8 000 affected
Severe storms that hit Sri Lanka on Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20, 2018, left at least three people dead and over 8 000 affected. Weather authorities warned residents the country is facing its annual southwest monsoon and that more rains are expected in several districts across the country in the days ahead.
Sri Lanka’s Disaster Management Center said Sunday that three deaths were caused by lightning strikes in the Eastern District of Trincomalee and in the lower central hills of Badulla.
Over 200 homes were destroyed or damaged and at least 252 people evacuated to safer locations since last week, officials said, as reported by Xinhua….
Cougar attack in Washington kills 1 biker, injures another
One man is dead and another is injured after they were attacked by a cougar Saturday while mountain biking in Washington State, police said.
King County Sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Ryan Abbott said the pair, whose identities haven’t been released, were attacked while they were going for a mountain bike ride in North Bend, east of Seattle.
It is not clear if the victims were biking together or separately.
9 dead, dozens critical & need liver transplant as 700+ get poisoned by wild mushrooms in Iran
“The latest emergency statistics show that 721 people have been poisoned by poisonous mushrooms, of which 190 were hospitalized, 523 were cleared, and nine died,” Mojtaba Khalidi, an emergency services spokesman, told Iran’s ISNA news agency.
At least 50 of the victims who were hospitalized across Iran’s eight provinces are in critical condition, with some requiring liver transplants to save their lives, the emergency services said….
All the prophecies the bible said will happen in end times, are happening or almost complete at present