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Week’s Most Tragic, Unusual and Mysterious Disasters

Posted by feww on May 11, 2010

Death in the Peruvian Andes

Freezing temperatures have killed at least 190 people in the Peruvian Andes provinces of Cuzco Pasco and Puno since January 2010, the Ministry of Health data shows. Some 95 of the victims were children younger than 5,  with 42  of them claimed by pneumonia, a report said.

Dust storm in India

On May 7, 2010 a dust storm and squall struck two Indian states of Uttar Pradesh (pop. 192 million) and Bihar (pop. 85 million) killing at least 57.

Strong winds were followed by a line of thunderstorm which brought heavy rains  caused widespread damages to buildings, uprooted trees, fell power lines  and destroyed crops, a report said.

Mystery Deaths in New Zealand

Young Jin Baek, 44, South Korean husband and father traveled to New Zealand on May 7, to collect the bodies of his wife and two teenage daughters, who were killed in “mysterious circumstances.”  On May 9 he, too, was found dead. The mystery deepens.


Young Jin Baek, 44, Korean father and husband whose estranged wife and two teenage daughters were killed, was found dead today. Photo: IAIN McGREGOR- The Press. Image may be subject to copyright. Source

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