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Archive for September 21st, 2011

Landslide Buries Dozens in NW China Factory

Posted by feww on September 21, 2011

At least 32 killed or buried in NW China landslide

A large landslide buried a brick factory and destroyed part of a ceramics plant in a suburb of Xi’an, the provincial capital of NW China’s Shanxi province.


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Disaster Calendar 2011 – September 21

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  • Shanxi Province, China. Death toll from a major landslide in NW China climbs to at least 27 with 5 still reported as missing, reports said.
    • The landslide buried a brick factory and destroyed part of a ceramics plant in Baqiao, a district in the Xi’an the provincial capital of NW China’s Shaanxi Province.
  • China. At least 115 people have lost their lives and many are reported missing due to torrential rains, flooding, landslide and other related disasters in China so far this months. Extreme rain events have affected at least 8 of China’s 22 provinces including Sichuan, Shaanxi, Henan, Chongqing, Hubei, Shandong, Shanxi and Gansu.
    • About 22 million people have been affected by extreme rain events, landslides and other related disaster so far this month, with up to 2 million displaced.
    • At least 120,000 homes have collapsed.
    • The damage is estimated at $4.1 billion.
  • California, USA. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated Nevada County in California as a primary natural disaster area due to losses caused by snowstorms that occurred Feb. 24 – May 16, 2011.
    • Sierra and Yuba counties in California are also designated  natural disaster areas because they are contiguous.
    • Washoe County in the state of Nevada is designated natural disaster area because the county is contiguous.
  • Nevada, USA. Washoe County. The official death toll from Friday’s crash at the Reno National Championship Air Races has climbed to 11, reports said.
    • About 70 spectators were injured in the crash, with at least 4 of them reported in critical condition.
  • Sikkim, India. At least 61 people in Sikkim are now confirmed dead following the powerful earthquake that shook NE India and the bordering countries in the Himalayas.
    • Quake casualties in other areas included 12 in West Bengal, 9 in Bihar, 11 in Nepal and 7 in Tibet.
  • New Zealand. An outbreak of meningitis type ‘C’ strain in New Zealand has claimed another life. The exact number of deaths have not been revealed.

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