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Bear kills pedestrian in Nepal

bear print
A bear which had attacked and killed a pedestrian in Guthichaur Rural Municipality-5 of Jumla district has been killed. The bear had attacked and killed Hima Lama of Guthichaur-3.

"The bear hid in a nearby bush after the attack," said Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Dan Bahadur Thapa. As the incident spreaded panic in the village, the authorities are trying to calm the people and normalize life in the area, according to DSP Thapa.

The bear had entered the villages of Kumdi and Phai. A team of security personnel had reached the spot as soon as they got the news that a bear had killed a person. The locals had demanded immediate control of the bear and killing it.


16-month-old girl fatally mauled by pit bull in Akron, Ohio

A 16-month-old girl died after she was mauled by at least one pit bull at an Akron residence Sunday morning.

Officers were called to the 300 block of Westmoreland Street shortly after 10:30 a.m. on a report that a child was attacked by a pit bull, according to an Akron police media release.

When they arrived, officers found the little girl critically injured.

She was rushed to Children's Hospital, where she died, the release said.


Strong mag. 6.2 earthquake - South Atlantic Ocean, South Sandwich Islands

Very strong magnitude 6.2 earthquake at 10 km depth

Date & time: Oct 4, 2021 03:54:07 UTC -
Local time at epicenter: Monday, Oct 4, 2021 1:54 am (GMT -2)
Magnitude: 6.2
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 60.54°S / 27.48°W↗ (South Atlantic Ocean, South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands)


Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Changes hidden in plain sight

ice ice
Largest electric jet ever sighted in Puerto Rico resembling canyon wall petroglyphs. Northern Hemisphere melt season comes to an end with Greenland and Arctic sea ice levels well above lows experienced in the early 2000's. Antarctic sea ice above average all S. Hemisphere winter. China's corn imports up 221%, early onset of record cols and snow N. Hemisphere.



Cyclone Shaheen hits Oman with ferocious winds, killing three

A car is partially submerged on a flooded street as Cyclone Shaheen makes landfall in Muscat Oman, October 3, 2021
© REUTERS/Sultan Al Hassani
A car is partially submerged on a flooded street as Cyclone Shaheen makes landfall in Muscat Oman, October 3, 2021
Tropical Cyclone Shaheen killed at least three people as it slammed Oman on Sunday with ferocious winds and heavy rain, flooding streets, prompting evacuations from coastal areas and delaying flights to and from the capital, Muscat.

As the cyclone approached, a child who had been swept away by water was found dead, the state news agency said, and another person was missing. Two Asian workers were killed when a hill collapsed on their housing area in an industrial zone, the state news agency reported.

When its eye crossed land, the cyclone was carrying winds of between 120 and 150 km per hour (75-93 mph), Omani authorities said. It was throwing up waves of up to 10 metres (32 feet).

Cloud Precipitation

500,000 evacuate floods in West Bengal, India - 11 dead - 400mm (15.7 inches) of rain in 24 hours

Buildings flooded in Howrah on Friday following the release of water by the DVC.
© Amit Kumar Karmakar
Buildings flooded in Howrah on Friday following the release of water by the DVC.
Disaster authorities report that more than 500,000 people have evacuated their homes after severe flooding in the state of West Bengal, eastern India.

According to a report of 02 October 2021 from India's National Emergency Response Centre (NERC), flooding has affected more than 2.6 million people across the districts of Purba Medinipur, South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas, Jhargram, Bankura, Purulia, Paschim Bardhaman, Purba Baddhaman, Hooghly, Howrah, Kolkata and Birbhum.

Many of those affected have evacuated their homes. NERC reported that at least 500,000 people displaced and 1,100 emergency relief camps have been set up. Local media reported 11 fatalities since 30 September including 3 in Hooghly and 5 in Bankura. Flooding has also caused extensive damage to crops, in particular rice.

Cloud Lightning

Lightning strike kills 3 in Jamalpur, Bangladesh

Three people were killed by lightning in Purbakandarchar village of Chargoalini in Jamalpur on Sunday (October 3).

The deceased were known as Sundar Ali Sardar, 65, his grandson Rafiq Sardar, 14 and Mosharraf Hossain, 39.

Upazila project implementation officer Mehedi Hasan Titu said, Sundar Ali and his grandson were struck by lightning when they were working in a paddy field during rain.

Later, locals took them to upazila health complex where duty doctor declared them dead.

Meanwhile, a thunderbolt struck Mosharraf Hossain in the district, leaving him critically injured. Later, he was sent to Jamalpur General Hospital but he died on the way to the hospital.

Upazila health and family planning officer Dr. AM Abu Taher confirmed the matter.


Huge waterspout hits the coast of Corsica, France on October 2

A huge water tornado has been reported near L'Île-Rousse, Corsica, France.

Cloud Lightning

Lightning strike kills 3 construction workers in Punjab, India

Three construction workers died while one was seriously injured when lightning struck them at Rai Mal Majra village in the Bhadson block of the district. The injured worker is under treatment at Government Rajindra Hospital. The incident took place at 10.30 am. The deceased have been identified as Gurpreet Singh, Laal Singh and Gulzar Singh.

It has been learnt that workers were working at a brick-kiln at Rai Mal Majri village when lightning struck them. Harwinder Singh, the owner of the brick kiln, said he took the injured to the Health Centre after the incident. "It is a very shocking incident. I am trying my best to help the injured," said the owner.

Sukhdev Singh, Station House Officer, Bhadson, said the post-mortem would be conducted and bodies would be handed over to family members. Raj Kumar, state president, Democratic MGNREGA Front, said the government should provide compensation to the family members of the deceased. Besides, the government should ensure proper treatment of the injured worker.

Congress MLA from Nabha Sadhu Singh Dharmsot said, "All the deceased belonged to poor families. I will personally request the state government to provide compensation at the earliest."


Sabancaya Volcano in Peru spews continuous ash emissions to 24,000 ft

Sabancaya Volcano
Explosive activity continues. Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Buenos Aires warned about a volcanic ash plume that rose up to estimated 24000 ft (7300 m) altitude or flight level 240 and is moving at 15 kts in N direction.

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