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IRENE Death Toll Rises to 47

Posted by feww on August 30, 2011

Flooding Continues to Swamp Towns in Vermont, New Jersey and New York as Rivers Crest, Death Toll Rising

Death toll from IRENE climbs to at least 43 in 11 states in addition to 3 reported dead in the Dominican Republic and one in Puerto Rico.


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Disaster Calendar 2011 – August 30

[August 30, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,660 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • Vermont, USA. The states worst flooding since 1928 has left hundreds of thousands of homes damaged, swamped many towns and cities and destroyed much of the public infrastructure.
  • New Jersey, USA. Flooding is expected to continue for at least two more days, Governor Chris Christie said.
  • Pennsylvania, USA. The White House has declared a state of emergency exists in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania due to the emergency conditions resulting from Hurricane Irene beginning on August 26, 2011, and continuing.

Other Disasters

  • Uganda. Death toll from landslides in the eastern Uganda has climbed to 43, officials have said.
  • Louisiana, USA. Mayor Mitch Landrieu has declared a state of emergency as a large marsh fire in eastern New Orleans continues to send thick plumes of smoke smoke over the metro area, reports said.
  • Northern Rockies, USA. At least 42,000 lightning strikes struck the Northern Rockies over a 36-hour period, sparking new wildfires in Montana and Idaho in addition to about 40 other fires already burning across the region, AP reported fire officials as saying.
    • “The lightning strikes from Sunday to Tuesday also started new wildfires in the Clearwater and Nez Perce national forests in Idaho, according to Bryan Henry of the Northern Rockies Coordination Center. There were at least three dozen active wildfires burning Tuesday in those two states and in northern Wyoming.”
  • Texas, USA. “Dozens of elementary students at a camp and several towns were being evacuated Tuesday as a fast-moving wildfire raged in a North Texas lakeside community,” said a report.
    • Texas fires since January:  17,169
    • Acres burned: 3,414,454
    • Structures lost: 2,392 [possibly as many as 3,000]
    • In the past seven days Texas Forest Service has responded to 219 fires for 17,857 acres.
    • Source: Texas Forest Service

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