Monthly Archives: May 2013

May California Wildfires

After an unusually dry winter across the US state of California, the 2013 wildfire season could be exceptionally busy. The ‘season’ started on 2nd of May with the springs fire event, burning nearly 25,000 acres, destroying 10 buildings, causing thousands … Continue reading

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Evacuation Ordered in Argentina and Chile as Copahue Threatens to Erupt

Around 3000 people living in the vicinity of Copahue have been asked to evacuate as a precautionary measure. A red alert has been issued for the volcano as gas and seismic activity has increased. The stratovolcano, with a height of 2997 … Continue reading

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Flash Floods In Texas Claim Two Lives

Flash Floods in San Antonio, Texas have left two people dead and led to many needing rescued from their homes and cars as 10 to 15 inches of rain fell overnight.

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Deadly Tornado Strikes Moore, Oklahoma

A 2 mile-wide Tornado struck the town of Moore, Oklahoma with dozens feared dead and many more injured. The Tornado (estimated to be an EF5) had winds of up to 200mph and was on the ground for 45 minutes as … Continue reading

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