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Car burial day in S. Korea

Posted by feww on July 23, 2009

Car Burial Day in Busan, S. Korea (!)

Human induced climate change is wreaking havoc across the globe. Extreme rain events and incidents of flooding, landslides … are increasing both in frequency and severity, burying building, cars, humans and everything else in their paths.

Bury the cars, before the cars bury YOU!

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Flooding in Busan, South Korea, July 16, 2009. Photo: AFP. Image may be subject to copyright.

Torrential rains caused flooding in South Korea triggering landslides, which buried at least a dozen people last week, leaving thousands homeless.  On Thursday a record 266.5 millimeters of rain inundated South Korea’s second-largest city, the port city of Busan [Pusan] causing severe flooding which submerged more than 1,200 homes and 3,000 hectares of farmland, S. Korea’s National Emergency Management Agency said.

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