Saturday, July 13, 2019

Event Update For 2019-07-12

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2019-07-12 - Oceans heading toward carbon dioxide saturation and tipping point leading to planetary extinction:

Quote: "The continuous accumulation of carbon dioxide in the planet's oceans—which shows no sign of stopping due to humanity's relentless consumption of fossil fuels—is likely to trigger a chemical reaction in Earth's carbon cycle similar to those which happened just before mass extinction events, according to a new study. MIT geophysics professor Daniel Rothman released new data on Monday showing that carbon levels today could be fast approaching a tipping point threshold that could trigger extreme ocean acidification similar to the kind that contributed to the Permian–Triassic mass extinction that occurred about 250 million years ago."

Note: In all of the major extinction events, even the one that killed the dinosaurs, markers for hydrogen sulfide have been found. This carbon dioxide saturation must be part of the process that results in the oceans going (even more) anoxic and pluming hydrogen sulfide. Obviously it wasn't carbon dioxide saturation of the oceans that killed off all the life in the Permian–Triassic, because 70% of LAND species were also wiped out. That was from hydrogen sulfide that spewed from the oceans and probably also from fires, oxygen loss, starvation, heat and UV burn. In any case, a repeat of the Permian–Triassic extinction event IS what is happening now, so we should expect the same bottom-line consequence: the die-off of most species on this planet, and certainly our own, since we're THE most vulnerable species in terms of facing an extinction event like this due to our slow reproductive capability and high oxygen requirements...

2019-07-12 - Man in his 40s found dead in burning car at 4:45 AM on South Cabrillo Avenue in coastal San Pedro (California):

2019-07-12 - Paper recycling plant erupts in flame in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on I-69 near Auburn (Indiana):

Note: A tractor trailer burst into flame on I-69 near Auburn the day before too, mentioned in the 2019-07-11 update...

2019-07-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 6:45 AM on I-95 near coastal Hobe Sound (Florida):

Quote: "This is the second straight day that a vehicle fire has snarled traffic along I-95 in that area. A pickup truck caught fire early Thursday in the southbound lanes near Bridge Road."

Note: Looks like a big fire, maybe a big rig. The pickup truck that burst into flame on this exact same stretch of road the day before was mentioned in the 2019-07-11 update...

2019-07-12 - Self-cloning super-ticks spreading in the US, sucking cows dry of blood, sparking fears humans may be next:

Quote: "Although ticks are common in the U.S., the Asian longhorned species has sparked concern as females can lay eggs and reproduce without mating, as stated by the CDC. An individual animal may have thousands of ticks on it at one time."

Quote: "Self-cloning super-ticks are sparking worry in some as the insects recently were linked with killing five cows by sucking their blood dry in North Carolina."

Quote: "So far, Asian longhorned ticks have been found in Arkansas, Connecticut, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia."

Note: The movie Ticks (1993) was ahead of its time!

2019-07-12 - Business explodes and burns in Olifantsfontein (South Africa), 50 injured:

2019-07-12 - Wildfire rages through nearly 9,000 acres near coastal Maalaea on the island of Maui (Hawaii), governor declares emergency:

2019-07-12 - Wildfire breaks out near shopping center in coastal Kahului on the island of Maui (Hawaii), evacuations ensue:

2019-07-12 - Yacht destroyed by fire at 4:18 AM in coastal Lusby (Maryland):

Note: This is the 620th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-07-12 - Another transit bus bursts into flame on street in Rome (Italy):

Quote: "A Rome city bus burst into flames on Via Appia Nuova on the afternoon of 12 July, becoming the 15th bus to catch fire in 2019."

Note: This is the 337th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-07-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-691 in Meriden (Connecticut):

2019-07-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-65 in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2019-07-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6 AM on the New York State Thruway in Orange County (New York):

Note: These are the 1167th, 1168th and 1169th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-07-12 - RV bursts into flame off US 54 near New Bloomfield (Missouri):

2019-07-12 - RV bursts into flame at business on Holland Road in Maumee (Ohio):

Note: These are the 253rd and 254th RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-07-12 - Van bursts into flame on I-70 in Rostraver (Pennsylvania), separate crash too:

Quote: "The eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 in Rostraver were backed up Friday afternoon because a van caught fire along the highway, then an accident occurred in the traffic backlog, a Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety supervisor said."

2019-07-12 - SUV bursts into flame in Druid Hill Park in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2019-07-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on North Mantua Street in Kent (Ohio), near the Cuyahoga River:

2019-07-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 1:30 AM near Taylor Avenue and Pleasant Avenue in St. Catharines (Canada):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Eastwood Mall in Niles (Ohio):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on Hopewell Road in western Guernsey County (Ohio), 2 men burned:

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on US 63 in Callaway County (Missouri):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame and explodes on I-65 in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in coastal Waretown (New Jersey):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on the 210 Freeway at Tennessee Avenue in Redlands (California):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked at restaurant in coastal Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island (Canada):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on the M6 near Knutsford (Britain):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Reigate (Britain):

2019-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on the A120 near Braintree (Britain):

2019-07-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M62 near Selby (Britain):

Quote: "Time 1708 Location: M62 Eastbound J33-34 A crew from Selby along with an Officer were called to a vehicle on fire. This was extinguished by our West Yorkshire colleagues, who became in attendance first, using a hose reel jet and breathing apparatus."

2019-07-12 - Truck loading bay goes up in flames at warehouse on Annacis Island in the Fraser River in coastal Delta (Canada):

Quote: "Flames could be seen coming from a truck loading bay at a warehouse on Chester Road and Cliveden Avenue."

2019-07-12 - Ski lodge destroyed by fire at White Pine Ski Area near Jackson Hole (Wyoming):

2019-07-12 - Garage woodworking shop destroyed by fire at home on Concord Church Road in Economy (Pennsylvania):

2019-07-12 - Garage destroyed by fire at 3 AM at home on West Third Street in Jefferson Township (Ohio):

2019-07-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Desert Hot Springs (California):

2019-07-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 7:15 AM on Southwest 5th Drive in Gresham (Oregon), 3 injured:

2019-07-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 2 AM on Charlotte Drive in Tyler (Texas), nobody there:

2019-07-12 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:45 PM on Mandarin Boulevard near Loxahatchee (Florida):

2019-07-12 - Five homes destroyed by fire on Tesla Drive near West Lafayette (Indiana):

2019-07-12 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on South 4th Street in coastal Coos Bay (Oregon):

2019-07-12 - Multi-family home destroyed by fire on Albany Street in Utica (New York):

2019-07-12 - Apartment building damaged by fire just before 11 PM on West Street in Avondale (Ohio):

2019-07-12 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Dallas (Texas):

2019-07-12 - Apartment heavily damaged by fire at 6 AM on Watson Avenue in coastal Bronx (New York), 7 injured:

2019-07-12 - Deadly fire burns home just after 11:15 PM on 6th Avenue in Beaver Falls (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2019-07-12 - Deadly fire burns home at 3 AM on Friar Lake Lane in Spring (Texas), 1 killed:

2019-07-12 - Deadly fire burns home in University City (Missouri), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2019-07-12 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM in Wilton (Maine):

2019-07-12 - Seven gray whales found dead in one weekend on the coast of Alaska:

2019-07-12 - Many fish dying in Cedar Lake in Minneapolis (Minnesota):

2019-07-12 - Six people die in the Kabul River in Nowshera (Pakistan):

2019-07-12 - Woman, 46, dies after being pulled off pool float in swimming pool at home in coastal Island Park (New York):,116497

Quote: "Police say a woman apparently drowned in a swimming pool on Long Island. Nassau County police responded to a call for help in Island Park just after 8:30 p.m. Friday. Police say a 46-year-old woman was found on a pool float with her head in the water. She was taken to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead."

Note: Must have lost consciousness on the float then her head slumped into the water and she breathed water until dead. Very similar to the people who have died in 2 inches of water with their faces in puddles...

2019-07-12 - Man, 39, found dead in swimming pool at motel in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2019-07-12 - Infant boy found dead at home on Deaver Street in Chester (South Carolina):

2019-07-12 - Woman, mid-40s, dies after being pulled unconscious from Lake Lyndon B. Johnson in Kingsland (Texas):

Quote: "Texas Parks and Wildlife officials said the deceased woman was wearing a personal flotation device and a personal watercraft was located nearby."

2019-07-12 - Man, 22, found dead and face-down in pond at Downing Park in Newburgh (New York):

2019-07-12 - Man, 35, goes out on kayak, next seen dead near the shore of Crystal Lake (Illinois):

Quote: "His body was found facedown about 5 feet from shore, according to Miller and a news release from the Lakewood Police Department."

2019-07-12 - Man found dead in the Kern River in Bakersfield (California):

2019-07-12 - Man, 65, found dead in Wilborn Park in La Grange (Kentucky):

2019-07-12 - Man, 18, found dead in canal in Lahore (Pakistan):

2019-07-12 - Man drops dead in carpark near bus station in Dewsbury (Britain):

2019-07-12 - Man, 64, has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes into pole and overturns, in Henrietta (New York), 1 injured:

Quote: "Deputies say the driver, a 64-year-old man, had a medical emergency that caused him to lose control of the truck."

2019-07-12 - Person has 'medical emergency' in car on I-15 near Primm (Nevada), separate crash in the area too:

Quote: "The Nevada Highway Patrol says a person in a car traveling on Interstate 15 near Primm and the Nevada/California state line had a medical emergency Friday morning."

2019-07-12 - Small plane crashes near Lac Boulene southeast of Chibougamau (Canada), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2019-07-12 - Small plane crash-lands in Langley (Canada), 1 injured:

2019-07-12 - Double-decker bus overturns at 4 AM, bursts into flame, in Kurukshetra (India), 2 killed, 19 injured:

2019-07-12 - Tractor trailer crashes at 6 AM, bursts into flame, on Texas 130 in East Austin (Texas):

2019-07-12 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4:47 AM on river bridge on I-80 in Roxbury Township (New Jersey):

2019-07-12 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4 AM on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Uwchlan Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-07-12 - Cement truck overturns at 5 AM on I-5 in Lynnwood (Washington), near the coast:

2019-07-12 - SUV slams into pillar, bursts into flame, in coastal Oakland (California), 1 killed:

2019-07-12 - SUV's brakes fail, SUV hits two homes, in coastal West Babylon (New York):

2019-07-12 - Pickup truck crashes into corrections van in Texarkana (Arkansas), 2 injured:

Quote: "Authorities suspect a medical issue may be the possible cause for this accident."

2019-07-12 - Car and tractor trailer collide head-on, on Highway 36 in Doniphan County (Kansas), 1 killed:

2019-07-12 - Car veers over centerline, hits guardrail and car, in Katonah (New York), 1 injured:

Quote: "Bellantone said investigators are looking into the possibility that the driver suffered a medical issue."

2019-07-12 - Car veers off road, crashes into barrier, in Columbia (Maryland), 1 killed:

Quote: "Through preliminary information, police believe Richmond might have suffered a medical emergency prior to the collision, officials said."

2019-07-12 - Naked man runs around in traffic on Beach Road in coastal Jomtien (Thailand):

2019-07-12 - Shark attacks and injures teen girl off Amelia Island (Florida):

2019-07-12 - Sea lice biting people in the water in Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2019-07-12 - Sinkhole opens on street in Windber (Pennsylvania):

2019-07-12 - Sinkhole opens on street in Farmington Hills (Michigan):

2019-07-12 - Hostel terrace collapses in Kashipur (India), 17 injured:

2019-07-12 - Water main breaks, sinkhole partially swallows SUV, in Ketchikan (Alaska):

2019-07-12 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens, in Park City (Utah):

2019-07-12 - Magnitude 4.9 earthquake strikes near Ridgecrest (California):

2019-07-12 - Magnitude 4.6 and 3.5 earthquakes strike near coastal Seattle (Washington):

2019-07-12 - Tropical Storm Barry brings heavy flooding to New Orleans (Louisiana):

2019-07-12 - Heavy rain and flooding hit 14 districts in Uttar Pradesh (India), 15+ killed:

2019-07-12 - Heavy rain and flooding hit 1,556 villages in Assam (India):

2019-07-12 - Trump's EPA approves pesticide that's highly toxic to bees and other pollinators:

Quote: "The Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday that it will approve the expanded use of a pesticide that’s known to harm bees and other pollinators. The insecticide, called sulfoxaflor, will be allowed for use on some crops for the first time and in areas that were prohibited under the Obama administration. An EPA report this week notes that some forms of the pesticide can be 'very highly toxic' to bees."

2019-07-12 - US retail apocalypse continues, an estimated 12,000 shops could close by the end of 2019:

2019-07-12 - World’s major cities to face ‘unknown’ climate conditions by 2050:

Note: That'll be a problem for our successors, the roaches and rats...and maybe super-ticks!


  1. Great work, Jonny. The relentless crawl toward extinction continues, picking up speed here and there, but not stopping.

    Yesterday we saw a (bullshit) report that man-made CO2 is NOT the cause of climate change, while today we see a report saying the opposite, that our use of fossil fuels will lead to ocean CO2 saturation and will trigger events leading to our demise. Since we DON'T err on the side of caution, it seems our illustrious leaders will opt for the first report as the one on which to base policy (especially after hearing BBN below).

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 7.13.19 Saudi led group of oil producing countries gets major climate report scrubbed [~ 14.3 min.]

    Looking at Barry & Earthquake Report with Margo (July 13, 2019) [~ 54.5 min.]

    The flurry of powerful earthquakes continue, a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 rocks Indonesia: The 86th major quake of 2019

    Powerful M7.3 earthquake hits Halmahera, Indonesia

    A very strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M7.3 hit Halmahera, Indonesia at 09:10 UTC (16:10 WIB) on July 14, 2019. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). Indonesian BMKG is reporting M7.2 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). [more; 10 km is the default setting]

    Another powerful quake rattles the Pacific Ring Of Fire bringing the total to 39 in a row: A mag 6.9 (reduced to a mag 6.6) strikes Western Australia

    [the map of the area indicating recent quakes is starting to look like the backstop to the target area at the rifle range!]

    [from It's All Downhill From Here]
    Decades-long butterfly study shows 33 percent population loss – “These declines in abundance are happening in common species”

    [and here yesterday my wife pointed out a beautiful yellow one on our hydrangea out back - so they ain't dead yet!]

    RARE View of the "Pearl River" flowing BACKWARDS! - Pearlington, MS. [MrMBB333 video] [~ 5.5 min.]

    More on the power outage that Mike caught yesterday.
    [so far this is speculation, imho; source Hal Turner]

    According to sources in the NYPD and a federal agency, Consolidated Edison (ConEd) the electric company for New York City, allegedly suffered a breach of their computer systems on Saturday. The breach was allegedly perpetrated INSIDE Con Edison facilities, allowing malicious computer code entry into several electrical network control computers.

    According to other former colleagues in the Intelligence community (IC) at the federal level, this act of cyber warfare was perpetrated by a nation state - likely Iran. [more; oh, so NOT Russia or North Korea or Venezuela this time?]

    [contains this video]
    MANHATTAN GOES DARK!! Anniversary of 1977 Great BLACKOUT!! Cyber Warfare

    [in another article on this, the following is stated by an eye-witness]

    NBC News: It appears at this point that the large-scale power outage impacting approximately 20,000 in midtown and parts of the upper west side in Manhattan was caused by a tranformer fire at 54th Street amd West End Avenue, a senior city official says.

    Rode the bike over to 54th & WEA.
    No sign of any fire or any problem here or anywhere near here. #blackout
    No firefighters or ConEd workers anywhere in sight. [more]

    [more below]

  2. So the eyewitness didn't see any action at 54th. Well, that could be because it was actually at 64th, ten blocks away, and NBC got it wrong or had a typo. Heh.

    Quote: "The New York City Fire Department said the fire started at West 64th Street and West End Avenue but did not say if that was the source of the outage."

  3. Rain slows spread of 23,000-acre Shovel Creek fire northwest of Fairbanks

    Arctic Sea Ice report – 13 July, 2019

    This shows that it has been raining at the North Pole [more]

    [comprehensive article - includes the Antarctic at the bottom]

    [and finally, here it is - END OF STORY, PERIOD]
    Sunday, 14 July 2019
    Merck’s Director of Vaccines says Vaccination Causes Autism

    Vaccination Causes Autism – Say US Government & Merck’s Director of Vaccines
    Here we set out four ways autistic conditions are caused and confirmed by statements from the current President of pharmaceutical giant Merck’s Vaccines Division, by US Government agencies, by the US Federal Court and in formally published academic journal papers. [more]

    [Meanwhile, at the top of this article is a post stating: GOOGLE TO BLOCK ALL ANTI-CANCER, ANTI-VAX & ANTI-GMO WEBSITES AT BROWSER LEVEL. (my all-caps)]

    Flesh-eating bacteria killed an elderly man two days after he vacationed in Florida. Experts say this will become more common as ocean water warms.

    [includes this caution]
    People can catch the bacteria by handling or consuming raw shellfish [more]

    Devastating plane crash in Texas [~ 1 min. news spot]
    [more on the crash at a golf course on the 8th]
    Teenage Beauty Queen Who Aspired to Become a Professional Pilot Dies After Crashing Plane

    Lake, 18, was practicing the basics of operating a plane at the University-Oxford Airport, which is owned by the University of Mississippi, when the tragedy occurred on Saturday afternoon, Rod Guajardo, a spokesman for the University of Mississippi, tells PEOPLE.

    Guajardo explains that “the plane affiliated with the Civil Air Patrol was performing ‘touch and go’ takeoffs and landings when it crashed Saturday around 3:15 p.m. near the 17th tee box at the Ole Miss Golf Course.” [more]

  4. The usual conflicting reports. It could be that an underground fire took place just before the blackout - these aren't mutually exclusive events. There weren't large scale transformer outages reported, so far as I saw this morning, though.

    Either way, it's all up and running now.

    Parents of French babies born with deformities angry after official probe yields no answers

    Emmanuelle Amar, the director of the malformations register of the Rhone-Alpes region, who helped bring the story to prominence, continues to believe that pesticides or other manmade chemical agents could be to blame. [more]

    Lightning kills 14 people in 6 districts of Bangladesh in a day

  5. Ok, so now the msm chimes in that the blackout WAS caused by a transformer fire and "no foul play" had taken place. Sounds like a cover-up, but it's certainly possible.

    Power restored after partial New York City blackout leaves thousands without electricity

    The partial blackout was caused by a transformer fire, according to New York fire officials. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the New York Police Department has confirmed there was no foul play, "this was a mechanical issue." [more]

    θμ-kay . . .

  6. Yeah, it's not like NYC hasn't been regularly getting hit by underground electrical fires for the last several years. Would've preferred a good pic of flames shooting from a manhole, but for some reason that's actually pretty rare - like 1 in 10 underground electrical fire events has a decent pic. (The Philly one did.)

  7. Omg the super tick story was horrifying, as ticks are a serious problem here where I'm at already. Jesus, just yesterday I was battling an army of the tiny beasts after digging in my potato patch. UV is also extreme lately. I'm about an hour west of Noel mo...on the day it was 60, on 7/6 a friend of my sons crossed the centerline head-on into a pickup just south of Noel, she didn't make it.
    Your so right Jonny, spot on on everything going on, especially on the lack of observation by a vast majority of humans. Blows my mind how people refuse to see what is right in front of em...oh well.

  8. I was horrified by that super-tick story too, Fran - ahhhhhh! Don't see any reason to read horror fiction anymore. Reality's got that covered!

    1. As a rule, I stay away from horror fiction, historical romance distracts me from the horrors of reality, for the most

  9. The super ticks are yet another program Mother Nature is developing to take our sorry asses out. She's got more in store. She's had enough.

  10. Major 7.3 quake hits remote Malukus in eastern Indonesia

    A major 7.3-magnitude earthquake hit the remote Maluku islands in eastern Indonesia Sunday, sending panicked residents running into the streets, but no tsunami warning was issued.

    Strong 6.6 quake hits off northwest Australia: USGS

    A strong 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck off northwest Australia Sunday, shaking buildings over a wide area but causing no immediate reports of damage or injuries. [more]

    Earthquakes shake up Yucca Mountain nuke dump talk in Nevada

    Recent California earthquakes that rattled Las Vegas have shaken up arguments on both sides of a stalled federal plan to entomb nuclear waste beneath a long-studied site in southern Nevada. [more; exactly - there's no "safe place" to store the waste - the argument was explained long ago, before our intelligent, caring and protective leaders decided nuclear energy is a great way to boil water . ..]

    [from today's edition of Let's Go To The Beach!]
    Birds poop out flu viruses that could become deadly global pandemics. These scientists swab their butts to protect us from that threat.

    We are not prepared for the next pandemic flu virus.
    If a pandemic virus were unleashed today, it could kill 30 million people in one year.

    Scientists have discovered a flu hotspot on the New Jersey shore, where flu-carrying birds from far and wide congregate each spring to eat horseshoe crab eggs. [more]

  11. I think Mary might be on to something concerning Yellowstone..
    It's concerning.

  12. Teen girl bitten by shark while boogie boarding

    The girl, who was vacationing from South Florida, made it to the pool area of the hotel, where first responders rushed to her aid, Sheriff Bill Leeper of Nassau County told CNN. She was then sent to a local hospital where she received several stitches. [more]

    Heavy rain leaves scores dead in Nepal, India, Bangladesh

    Northern California town of Paradise lost 90% of its population after Camp Fire, data shows

    Louisiana officials warn of snakes and other creatures fighting to escape Hurricane Barry floodwaters

    The Boeing 737 Max may not return to the skies until 2020

    Half of Germans see Islam as threat

    [only half?]

    Small plane crashes in Sweden, killing 9

    the cause of the incident is under investigation

    The Swedish Parachute Association told reporters the incident is the worst in both its history and in Swedish aviation. [more]

    Three tornadoes touch down in southern Saskatchewan, Canada

    4.0 earthquake hits near Manhattan, Montana

    Lightning bolt kills 220 sheep, goats in central Kashmir

    Thanks for the MGN update, Fran.