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Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago


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Depth: 1.8 km

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.634  -17.396
(7.6 km E of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   20 Sept 23:25 GMT

Map of earthquake epicentres

Time and magnitude of earthquake   20 Sept 23:25 GMT

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Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago


Subject to change

Depth: 1.5 km

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.618  -17.396
(6.7 km ESE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   20 Sept 23:25 GMT

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Time and magnitude of earthquake   20 Sept 23:25 GMT

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Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago


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Depth: 8.8 km

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.672  -17.476
(4.3 km NE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   20 Sept 23:25 GMT

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Time and magnitude of earthquake   20 Sept 23:25 GMT

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Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago

Plane crash kills two in Butler County, USA
It will be days before two men killed in a plane crash in Butler County are positively identified, officials say.
At 8:55 a.m. Saturday, a two-seat aerobatic biplane struck the side of a home in the 5000 block of Sunrise View Circle in Liberty Twp. before crashing and bursting into flames in the backyards of two homes, said Chief Deputy Anthony Dwyer of Butler County Sheriff's Office.
Dwyer confirmed two men were killed in the crash, but said those identities won't be officially released until the dental records are confirmed by the Butler County Coroner's Office.
Officials said the red biplane is based out of the Butler Regional Airport in Hamilton. Dwyer said it's believed that four people shared ownership of the plane and that two of the owners were in the plane when it crashed.
"Both were experienced pilots," Dwyer said.
The crash is being investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration, as well as the National Transportation Safety Bureau, a federal agency that investigates civil aviation accidents in the U.S., according to the sheriff's office.
FAA investigators were on scene Saturday afternoon to begin the process of identifying the cause of the crash and any problems with the functionality of the plane or pilot errors, Dwyer said.
The plane was being moved to a secure inside location late Saturday, according to the sheriff's office.
Witnesses said the plane appeared to be doing stunts in the air before it crashed in the Summerlin subdivision behind Wyandot Elementary School.
"We heard an engine and a plane and looked around and saw a biplane just fall flat straight down and landed at the end of the street," said Kevin Romer who lives on nearby Brightfield Court. "We ran there, and by the time we got there, it was a raging inferno. We could see there was already somebody in there that didn't make it."
The impact of the plane caused "significant damage" to one home that is now inhabitable, as well as melted the siding on a second home, Dwyer said.
A husband, wife and young child inside the home hit by the plane were eating breakfast at the time. The family escaped without injury but the plane struck the left side of the garage, causing a large hole and structural damage to the bricks, Dwyer said.
"If they had been standing by that wall, someone else would have been killed," Dwyer said. "It hit in a very bad spot."
Jason Holder, who lives on Brightfield Court, said he was watching TV in an upstairs bedroom when he heard a loud engine rev and then a boom.
"It shook the house a little; I thought it was a hot-rod car," Holder said, who's 12-year-old daughter ran into the bedroom to alert him it was a plane crash.
Holder, who said he can still smell the crash, said he called 911 and could only standby by as emergency crews arrived.
"It was just a helpless feeling; it's awful," Holder said. "I've never witnessed two people burn before my eyes. There are so many kids in this neighborhood; it could have easily killed someone else."
Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago

Plane crash kills pilot, co pilot and passenger in Papua New Guinea
The airline involved in a fatal plane crash in Papua New Guinea has confirmed an Australian pilot was on board.
The pilot, his co-pilot and a passenger were killed when the Hevilift twin otter aircraft went down just out of Port Moresby on Saturday morning.
Hevilift has updated the number of people on board and confirmed two crew and seven passengers were travelling on the plane when it went down.
Six passengers, all PNG nationals, survived and are being treated at a Port Moresby hospital.
One survivor is in a critical condition.
The chartered flight was travelling from Woitape to Port Moresby when it crashed.
“Hevilift’s thoughts and sympathy go to the families of those who have died in the crash and the company will continue to provide every assistance to the survivors,” the company said in a statement.
Comment by Yamkin 3 hours ago

Indian Air force plane carrying 11 on board crash lands and catches fire at Chandigarh airport, India
An Indian Air Force transport aircraft AN-32, crash landed while it was landing at the Air Force station runway in Chandigarh. Some personnel received minor injuries.
The incident took place around 8.30 pm on Saturday. The aircraft had gone for an operation and was returning from Bathinda. It developed an emergency mid-air and during landing, veered off the runway, turned turtle and caught fire. The fire was controlled. An inquiry has been marked by the Air Force.
There were 11 personnel on board, including five crew members. As per sources, the personnel were rescued from the aircraft. Few of them suffered minor injuries and were shifted to the command hospital, Chandimandir.
ASP South Urvija Goel said, “We rushed to the spot as soon as we got the information from the Control Room. However, the situation was under control by then.”
Comment by Yamkin 3 hours ago

Plane Crash Injures Pilot In Clarion County, USA
The pilot of a small plane is being treated in Pittsburgh after his aircraft crashed on take-off at the Clarion County Airport.
It happened just before 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Airport Manager Don Timball told KDKA’s Kym Gable that the male pilot, who is not a local resident, was the only person onboard.
The accident happened while the single-engine plane was departing the runway.
The man was flown to Pittsburgh by medical helicopter.
“We had a single-engine mishap. We just called emergency services and contacted the FAA. That’s what has been done so far,” said Timball.
He said the cause of the crash is under investigation by the FAA. That agency has not yet been to the site.
Timball said he does not know how seriously the pilot was injured.
Comment by Yamkin 3 hours ago

Unknown nasty virus may be on its way to Canada
Public health officials expect a nasty, uncommon virus is on its way, although no case has been confirmed locally.
Enterovirus D68 sickened 14 children in Hamilton, 20 children in Windsor, and other children in Canada and the U.S.
Anybody can catch it. Its impact is often mild, but children under five and teenagers are among those most at risk. The virus, which affects breathing, has put some children in hospital. No one has died in the latest outbreak.
"While it is impossible to predict, given current circulation patterns, it is likely (the virus) will appear in Waterloo Region," said Kirsten Keil-Mehlenbacher, a spokesperson for Region of Waterloo Public Health.
Symptoms range from a mild cold-like illness, with coughing and wheezing, to severe infections that require hospitalization.
As with other viruses, people can protect themselves by coughing or sneezing into their sleeves, washing hands often with soap or sanitizer, avoiding close contact with sick people, staying home if ill, and disinfecting surfaces that are touched often such as toys and doorknobs. There's no vaccine.
Children displaying symptoms should be treated as for any cold or flu, unless they develop breathing difficulties, in which case an emergency room visit is recommended.
Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago


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Depth: 2.9 km

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.667  -17.460
(4.4 km NE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   20 Sept 21:45 GMT

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Time and magnitude of earthquake   20 Sept 21:45 GMT

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Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

Landslides trap hundreds of motorists on mountainous Costa Rica highway
A harrowing Thursday evening continued into early Friday morning for hundreds of motorists trapped on the Braulio Carrillo Highway that connects San José to the Caribbean port city of Limón. Heavy rains triggered multiple landslides that stranded 380 2,000 people for hours in the dark and rain. Miraculously, no one was seriously injured according to initial reports.
At least two – and possibly as many as 14 – landslides covered the highway with rushing water, tree limbs, rock and sediment in the late afternoon and into the night, trapping five buses, two ambulances, two Traffic Police patrol vehicles and four semis, as well as dozens of passenger vehicles, the daily La Nación and other media reported Thursday night.
Stranded motorists waited for hours as the rain continued to pound the rugged, mountainous terrain. Roadway crews cautiously made their way to the scene to try to clear a path wide enough for drivers to escape. Thirteen ambulances stood at the ready outside the blocked area, with some Red Cross rescue workers trying to reach the area on foot.
Update: Friday, 3:52 p.m.:
With this morning’s rising sun and settling mud, rescue crews and officials from the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) were able to evaluate the massive damage caused to Route 32. La Nación is reporting that some 2,000 people were evacuated last night, a figure much higher than original estimates of 380. In addition, the newspaper cites MOPT officials calling the number of landslides on the highway – anywhere from 25 to 40 – “unprecedented.”
MOPT’s Director of Emergency Response David Meléndez told La Nación in 30 years of heading the department he has never seen anything like last night’s destruction. Said Meléndez:
"It is without precedent. Furrows were opened where before they didn’t exist. It’s an enormous amount of debris that has fallen. We believe the mountain produced a type of storm or tornado that uprooted trees and caused tons of debris to fall along with the water". 
The highway will remain closed at least through the weekend while workers removed debris in several locations. Highway crews began clearing the road this morning at 5 a.m., but were forced to stop work at 2 p.m. because of adverse weather. They will return at 5 a.m. on Saturday morning.
MOPT officials said the much longer, alternate route through Turrialba remains open, but an alternate road through Vara Blanca and Cinchona is closed as of Friday evening, due to an accident. The Vara Blanca/Cinchona route is not ideal for semis and other large vehicles. However, MOPT said the driver of a semi or large truck decided to take a risk and ended up tumbling down a ravine, killing two people. The route will remain closed until the accident scene is cleared.
Stay safe out there, folks.


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