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Building collapses in Poland: 5 killed, 4 injured, 1 missing

Associated Press April 8, 2017" data-reactid="12" />Rescuers and firefighters search for 11 missing people in the rubble of an apartment house that collapsed in Swiebodzice, Poland, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Firefighters suspect the collapse might have been caused by a gas explosion. Several people were killed and injured. (AP Photo)

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A pre-World War II apartment house collapsed Saturday in southwestern Poland, leaving five people dead, four injured and one missing, authorities said.

Scores of firefighters with dogs were searching the rubble of the building in the town of Swiebodzice (Shvyeh-'boh-tchi-tseh), according to Daniel Mucha, regional spokesman for the firefighters. He said the collapse of two floors of the three-floor building might have been caused by a gas explosion.

Regional governor Pawel Hreniak said the search-and-rescue operation was expected to continue through Sunday.

He confirmed five fatalities, including two school-age children.

Still, firefighters looking for one more missing person said there were no sounds yet coming from the building's bricks and broken wood.

Prime Minister Beata Szydlo was heading to the site, 420 kilometers (250 miles) southwest of Warsaw, to be with the victims and the rescue workers.

The governor of Swiebodzice, Bogdan Kozuchowicz, said the pre-World War II building was recently renovated and had been in good technical condition.

The injured were taken to hospitals in Swiebodzice and in Wroclaw. One survivor, identified only by her first name Stanislawa, told TVN24 that she was "miraculously saved."

"I was in the kitchen and suddenly it was dark and full of debris and some broken wooden planks," she said from her hospital bed in Swiebodzice. "I got on top of those planks and started calling 'Help! Help!' Two firefighters came and pulled me out by the arm."

She said her husband was resting on the bed at the time of the collapse.

"I don't know what has happened to him," she said, her voice trembling.

With her teenage son, also a survivor, at her side, she said the family had lost everything.

Tunnel collapse knocks Nepal’s 100-kW Budum Rivulet Micro Hydropower offline


The canal that supplies water to the 100-kW Budum Rivulet Micro Hydropower project in Nepal has collapsed, news agencies are reporting.

The project, at Gudel of Mahakulung rural municipality in the Solukhumbu district, began operating in 2015.

It is reported that a 30-meter-long section of the canal collapsed and will take a minimum of one month to repair. More than 750 households have lost electricity as a result of the collapse.


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What will it be like when earthquakes are happening to most cities around the world, simultaneously? Stretch zones will experience even more destruction, as the infrastructure will be pulled apart. Gas mains will explode into holocausts. Travel will become impossible when roadways are torn apart or heaved up. And the increasingly volatile atmosphere, jerked about by the wobble, will make air travel treacherous. Where faltering on occasion now, satellites will falter increasingly, making communications difficult. All this leads to panic, so that distracted workers cause malfunctions in services. This can be expected before the last weeks arrive.

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Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on March 21, 2020 at 5:58am

5 dead, 1 remains missing after bridge washes away in Franklin County, Indiana

Updated: 11:37 PM EDT Mar 20, 2020

LAUREL, Ind. —
Five people have died and one remains missing after a bridge washed away in Franklin County, Indiana, on Friday morning.
Authorities said a 911 call was placed at around 5 a.m. after high waters from overnight storms caused the bridge, located at the intersection of Sanes Creek Road and Tee Hill Road, to collapse. Authorities said the bridge was not well lit.

Four bodies were recovered, and deputies are actively searching for two more people. They will continue to search until the sun goes down.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on March 21, 2020 at 5:50am

Camelback Bridge collapses

NORMAL — The Normal Fire Department reports that Virginia Avenue is closed at Camelback Bridge due to the collapse of a bridge truss. Constitution Trail users should go around the bridge entirely until the bridge is deemed safe and the trail is reopened, fire department officials said.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 27, 2020 at 7:18am

A series of storms in recent weeks that have caused damaging flooding and landslides in the United Kingdom are being blamed for the collapse of a bridge at a national park.

The Mountain Rescue Team (MRT) in Brecon Beacons National Park, located in Wales, said Wednesday that recent storms had caused a bridge to collapse in the Sarn Helen area.
In a photo shared by the rescue team, a large hole can be seen in the bridge with water flowing underneath.

“It is related to the recent floods,” a spokesperson for the rescue team told Wales Online.
The bridge is located on a route that’s a former old Roman road called Sarn Helen, according to the news outlet.

Storms cause massive hole to open up in bridge at national park in the UK
February 26, 2020

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 11, 2020 at 3:00am

Residents frustrated by huge hole left by bridge collapse in Summit County

Published February 10, 2020

OhioRumble — Phyllis Osborne is getting tired of the growing hole on Kungle Road near her New Franklin home where she has lived for 17 years.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 11, 2020 at 1:52am

Bridge closed after collapse of a structural component

February 10, 2020 at 6:07 pm

LOWELL — Inspectors from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation ordered the closure of the Pawtuckett Street Bridge to cars after the collapse of an 80-foot concrete strip, according to a press release from the city.
The city is waiting for a full report but the bridge is expected to remain closed for the “foreseeable future.” Residents are advised to use Walker, Broadway and School streets as a detour.
The bridge was closed Monday morning immediately after the collapse. State inspectors called to the bridge found “several additional structural deficiencies” and ordered it closed, according to the press release. It will remain open to pedestrians. No one was injured.
The bridge has been closed to eastbound traffic since May 2019 as part of an ongoing construction project. It is one of six canal bridges being replaced in the city. The project was expected to be completed in April 2022, according to the city’s website

In July, the Beaver Brook Bridge on Beaver Street was also closed to cars following a MassDOT inspection.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 6, 2020 at 4:15pm

Four feared dead after tunnel collapse at Kwekwe gold mine
Feb 6, 2020

At least four people are feared dead after a tunnel they were working on reportedly collapsed at a gold mine in Kwekwe.
According to information gathered by Zwnews, the now deceased are artisanal miners who were operating at Globe and Phoenix Mine in Midlands’ second biggest city.
Sources told this publication that the number of those trapped to death could even be more.
The tragic incident occurred at around 10pm Wednesday evening. Midlands provincial police spokesperson Joel Goko could not be immediately reached for comment during the time of publishing.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 5, 2020 at 6:50am

Campers rescued after bridge washes out north of Fort McMurray

60 campers stranded on north bank of overflowing Firebag River
CBC News · Posted: Jun 16, 2013 3:59 PM MT

The final group of 60 campers stranded after a bridge washed out in northern Alberta have been rescued.
Workers used power line poles as a makeshift bridge to help people cross the Firebag River, about 100 kilometres northeast of Fort McMurray.
Twenty-five people were able to drive their quads across the temporary bridge Sunday night and get home.

The Firebag River Bridge collapsed Saturday night, leaving several groups of campers and researchers caught on the wrong side.
The bridge washed out due to all the heavy rain the area.
Environment officials say the power poles bridge is only temporary and the river bank will continue to erode.
They are asking backcountry campers to stay on the south side of the river, or to go back to Fort McMurray.
Meanwhile, residents in Fort McMurray are feeling some relief as the final mandatory evacuation notice has been lifted, allowing residents of the Ptarmigan Court Trailer Park to return home.
There had been some worries about flooding in that area due to a beaver dam that was channeling water towards the trailer park.

However, some residents in the trailer park told CBC's Kristina Partsinevelos that they never left home as they didn't believe that flooding around the area was an imminent threat.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on January 2, 2020 at 4:30am

8:19 CAT | 30 Dec 2019

Storms that lashed the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado on Thursday night and Friday morning have knocked out a bridge over the Montepuez river, cutting off access to the northern districts of the province, according to a report carried by the independent television station STV

With the bridge down no road travel is possible from the provincial capital. Pemba, to the districts of Meluco, Macomia, Muidumbe, Mueda, Nangade, Palma and Mocimboa da Praia. The bridge was built in the colonial period and has never undergone any significant rehabilitation.

The poor state of the roads and bridges in northern Cabo Delgado means that traffic to these districts is often interrupted in the rainy season.

The Cabo Delgado provincial delegate of the country’s relief agency, the National Disaster Management Institute (INGC), said there are no reports of any fatalities in the collapse of the bridge, but four people were injured who are currently receiving medical care.

The storms caused serious damage in Pemba, where over 400 houses were destroyed or damaged. 45 boats were also destroyed.

Electricity was cut off to Pemba on Thursday, but power had been restored to some parts of the city by Friday afternoon.

Speaking to Radio Mozambique, the Pemba delegate of the electricity company, EDM, Gildo Marques, said EDM teams are on the ground repairing the damage including restoring the pylons on low voltage transmission lines that were knocked down in the storm.

The stormy weather could affect all of Mozambique north of the Zambezi river. The National Directorate of Water Resources has warning of possible flooding in several river basins. Of particular concern is the Licungo basin in Zambezia province.

The recent heavy rains have saturated the soils in the Licungo basin, and the river could easily burst its banks, threatening the town of Mocuba.

The Mocuba local authorities and the INGC have been compulsorily evacuating people who had illegally built houses close to the banks of the Licungo, and moving them to resettlement areas on higher ground.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on December 22, 2019 at 7:46am

Comment by Juan F Martinez 3 hours ago

CSX train derails when Potomac River bridge collapses

Published: Dec 21st, 2019 - 11:36am (EST)

HARPERS FERRY, W. Va. (WRC) - A freight train crossing the Potomac River near Harpers Ferry derailed early Saturday morning.

The locomotive stayed on the tracks on the bridge but five cars behind it derailed.

Two of the cars fell into the water.

No one was injured.

Officials say the train was headed east over the Potomac from West Virginia into Maryland when part of the bridge collapsed.

CSX reports the derailed train cars were empty and the company will work to clean up the area.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on December 21, 2019 at 3:46am

Terrifying moment that bridge is destroyed as cliff collapses in raging flood waters after torrential rain cause rivers to overflow in Peru

  • Torrential rains caused rivers to overflow in northern Peru on Thursdays 
  • The storm hit multiple regions across the Andean nation, paralyzing commuters 
  • The severe weather front caused a section of a cliff to fall on top of a bridge in the northwestern department of La Libertad
  • Between 50% to 100% of the potato and  corn crops in the towns of towns of Huancapi and Huayao were severely affected by the storm

Video captured the rettifying moment a bridge was destroyed by a collapsing cliff as torrential storms caused rivers to overflow in Peru.

The country was slammed with more than 12 hours of torrential rains Thursday, damaging roads and causing transportation nightmares in the northwestern department of La Libertad, the south-central city of Ayacucho and other areas.

Footage captured the moment the Cajas Bridge in La Libertad was destroyed when a cliff collapsed into the raging Cajas River.

A group of motorists stood at the back-end of the bridge quickly dispersed before the collapse. Luckily, there were no injuries or casualties reported. 

The structure had only been built three years ago, according to Peruvian newspaper El Comercio.

Soaked residents in Ayacucho could do nothing else but watch as a road lane was completely swallowed by the rushing waters.

First responders save a man from being swept up by flood waters in Peru after the country was soaked with more than 12 hours of rain Thursday

First responders save a man from being swept up by flood waters in Peru after the country was soaked with more than 12 hours of rain Thursday

Video footage from the central Peruvian department of Huánuco showed how difficult it was for pedestrians. including school children, and motorists to move through the streets in the rising waters.

Peruvian military personnel was deployed in Huánuco to rescue stranded residents whose homes were flooded. 

State news agency Andina reported that the storm system caused severe damages in 50% to 100% of the plots of potatoes and corn that farmers had grown in the towns of Huancapi and Huayao. 

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