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IRENE Forces Half a Million People to Evacuate Coastal Areas

Posted by feww on August 26, 2011

Half a million people ordered to leave homes in low-lying areas in New York and North Carolina, as IRENE approaches

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Disaster Calendar 2011 – August 26 Entry

[August 26, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,664 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • New York, USA. At least 250,000 New Yorkers have been ordered to leave homes in low-lying areas as potentially dangerous storm surge and widespread flooding threatens the  city and nearby areas.
  • North Carolina, USA. Three coastal counties in NC have issued evacuation orders for more than 200,000 residents and tourists, a report said.
  • Idaho, USA.  A large, fast-growing fire in Idaho has forced the authorities at a nuclear facility in Idaho to evacuate all non-essential staff, a report said. The Idaho National Laboratory’s Materials and Fuels Complex facility, an 890-square-mile site about 38 miles from Idaho Falls, employes more than 6,000 staff and contractors.
    • The facilities for process spent nuclear fuel, and other radioactive wastes.
    • “Earlier in the day, nearly 50 firefighters from the lab and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management focused their efforts on protecting a separate facility where spent nuclear rods are stored,” the report sited the U.S. Energy Department lab in the high desert of eastern Idaho as saying.
    • Storage facilities near the site, called the Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center, also house spent fuel rods at cooling  ponds.
    • Wildfires have consumes more than a hundred thousand acres across the state of Idaho, parts of Montana, Yellowstone National Park and Wyoming in recent days.
    • “Many trees are already dead from a mountain pine beetle infestation,” a report said.

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