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Drought and deluge disaster images of the day

Posted by feww on June 10, 2011

Death toll climbs as severe flooding and landslide plague central China


Original caption: Photo taken on June 10, 2011 shows a site of the landslide at Guanshan village of Zhanqiao Township, Linxiang, Yueyang City, central China’s Hunan Province. Torrential rain hit most parts of Yueyang city Thursday night, causing mud-rock flows in Guanshan village. China’s flood death toll continued to rise Friday. (Xinhua/Guo Feng). Image may be subject to copyright. More images…

Dorset Drought


Original caption: A firefighter walks through charred ground after a blaze affecting over 5 square miles (500 hectares) of Dorset’s Upton Heath was was brought under control overnight near Poole in southwest England June 10, 2011. Parts of the East Anglia region in eastern England have been declared to be in a state of drought after some areas of the country had their driest spring on record, the British government said on Friday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth. Image may be subject to copyright. More images…

June 10 Entry – Disaster Calendar 2011

  • [June 10, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,741 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History
    • England. “Parts of the East Anglia region in eastern England have been declared to be in a state of drought after some areas of the country had their driest spring on record, the British government said on Friday.”
      • “Drought has hit parts of East Anglia, with other areas in England and Wales also giving grounds for concern,” Environment Secretary said.
    • China. Severe rain in China has triggered widespread floods and landslides in central and eastern regions of the country since Thursday, killing at least 44 people and leaving 33 others missing in three provinces of Jiangxi, Hubei and Hunan, a report said.
      • “Flood waters measured more than 2 meters deep in Tongcheng’s low-lying areas. Traffic in the county seat was paralyzed, as flood waters in the area measured between 60 to 90 cm deep.”
    • Guizhou, China. Severe flooding in Guizhou since Tuesday has killed at least 21 people and left 32 others missing, forcing about 100,000 people to abandon their homes, a report said.

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