Friday, October 11, 2019

Event Update For 2019-10-10

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

2019-10-10 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hit coastal Manhattan (New York), 2 injured:

2019-10-10 - Power outages due to wildfire risk disrupting life and causing consternation in California, costs could reach $1 billion:

2019-10-10 - Three wildfires erupt in Riverside County, 74+ mobile homes destroyed by fire in Calimesa (California):

Quote: "Cal Fire received reports that a trash truck had a fire Thursday afternoon and dumped its load off Seventh Street west of Interstate 10, Cal fire spokeswoman Cathey Mattingly said. It’s believed the fire spread from there and investigators are looking at what caused the fire in the trash truck."

Note: The fire that destroyed all the mobile homes was apparently started when garbage burst into flame in a garbage truck. So not an electric company problem. Are they gonna start halting garbage pickup on fire danger days now? Also see the garbage that burst into flame in a garbage truck in Salt Lake City (Utah) on this day...

2019-10-10 - Wildfire breaks out at 12:54 AM in Moraga, another wildfire breaks out in San Bruno (California):

2019-10-10 - Waste disposal plant rocked by explosion and fire in Linz (Austria), 5 injured:

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame then nearly crashes into mall in Coral Springs (Florida), near the coast:

Quote: "The driver, Alexandra Hazey, said her brakes stopped working, so she moved to pull into the Pine Ridge Square shopping plaza. Hazey’s father, Rick Hazey, said the vehicle caught fire moments later. 'She smelled smoke, she tried to apply the brakes, and the brakes weren’t working,' he said. Surveillance video shows the burning gray sedan driving through the strip mall. Bystanders watched as flames began shooting from under the car."

2019-10-10 - Birds dying off, most species threatened by climate change:

Quote: "Nearly two-thirds of North American birds studied will go extinct if global warming hits 3 degrees Celsius (5.4°F), a new report from the National Audubon Society finds. Orioles, eagles, grouse and gulls are among 389 types of bird -- 64% of 604 species assessed on this continent -- that are highly or moderately vulnerable to climate change, the study says. The stark warning follows research published last month that showed the US and Canada had lost 2.9 billion birds in about the last 50 years."

Note: The current extinction event is a repeat of the Permian-Triassic extinction event of 252 million years ago. Birds arose 160 million years ago, so they didn't live through the Permian-Triassic extinction, so I would not count on ANY birds of ANY species surviving the current extinction event. The future may very well be entirely devoid of birds. Human beings may not be around long enough to see that though...

2019-10-10 - Seabirds continue dying along the coast in Alaska:

2019-10-10 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire on Shady Acres Court in Chico (California):

Note: This is the 152nd residential explosion in 2019...

2019-10-10 - Passenger ship 'Pride of York' bursts into flame near coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "The 'Pride of York' with 346 persons on board suffered a fire in the engine room, in position 53 11 22.8 N, 001 15 12 E, on Oct 9, 2019, at 01.40 a.m. enroute from Zeebrugge to Kingston-upon-Hull."

Quote: "Kingston upon Hull, usually abbreviated to Hull, is a port city and unitary authority in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England."

2019-10-10 - Two boats go up in flames at 4 AM at marina on coastal Key Largo (Florida):

2019-10-10 - Boat bursts into flame in the wee hours on the Alafia River near Williams Park Boat Ramp in Riverview (Florida):

Note: These are the 859th, 860th, 861st and 862nd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-10 - School bus bursts into flame on street in Seymour (Tennessee):

2019-10-10 - Charter school bus bursts into flame on road in Brackla, Bridgend (Britain):

Note: These are the 141st and 142nd school buses to burn in 2019, and these are the 493rd and 494th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-10-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame just off I-94 in Kenosha County (Wisconsin):

2019-10-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on road near Ballymoney (Ireland):

2019-10-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on road near Ahvaz (Iran):

2019-10-10 - Around 12 buses go up in flames while parked at business in coastal Casablanca (Morocco):

Quote: "Local authorities of the wilaya of Casablanca-Settat said that the fire caused massive material damage, but caused no human casualties. The fire damaged a dozen parked buses."

Note: These are the 495th-509th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-10-10 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at chemical factory in coastal Gujarat (India):

Quote: "According to fire department, this is a color factory and the fire broke out when a naphtha tanker was getting unloaded."

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 2:29 AM on I-5 near Santa Clarita (California):

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 7 AM on I-81 near New Milford (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-77 in Kanawha County (West Virginia):

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Indiana Toll Road in St. Joseph County (Indiana):

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-74 in Vermilion County (Indiana):

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-15 in the Virgin River Gorge (Arizona):

2019-10-10 - Tractor bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in Solano County (California):

Note: These are the 1826th, 1827th, 1828th, 1829th, 1830th, 1831st, 1832nd and 1833rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-10 - Two RVs, three cars, home and sheds go up in flames in Fontana (California):

Quote: "One home suffered major fire damage, while another had exterior damage, officials said. In addition, three passenger vehicles and 2 RVs suffered major damage, and multiple back yards had damage to 'ornamental objects and sheds.'"

Note: These are the 356th and 357th RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-10-10 - Van bursts into flame on Dover Street in Nelson (Britain):

2019-10-10 - SUV bursts into flame on I-70 near Salina (Kansas):

2019-10-10 - Two cars destroyed by fire at 11:58 PM while parked on street in Vermont-Slauson area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in coastal North Port (Florida):

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame on Gray Highway in Macon (Georgia):

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame on the M90 near coastal Queensferry (Scotland):

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame on the A2 near coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame at 2:44 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, on Cambria Place in Swindon (Britain):

2019-10-10 - Car bursts into flame on the A64 near Tadcaster (Britain):

2019-10-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-75 in Ocala (Florida):

2019-10-10 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2019-10-10 - Laptop bursts into flame in classroom at school in Lewisville (North Carolina):

2019-10-10 - Industrial-sized generator bursts into flame on Quaker Meeting House Road in coastal Sandwich (Massachusetts):

2019-10-10 - Plumbing and heating business destroyed by fire on Water Street in Worcester (Massachusetts):

2019-10-10 - Starbucks damaged by fire along the Chicago River in the West Loop in Chicago (Illinois):

2019-10-10 - Home damaged by fire on SE 28th Street south of Easter Lake in Des Moines (Iowa), nobody there:

2019-10-10 - Home damaged by fire on Strawberry Fields Way in coastal Lake Worth (Florida), nobody there:

2019-10-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Freudenberger Avenue in Trotwood (Ohio):

2019-10-10 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Vancouver (Canada):

2019-10-10 - Apartment building damaged by fire on East Tower Drive in Cincinnati (Ohio), 3 injured:

2019-10-10 - Apartment building under construction heavily damaged by fire on North Ocean Boulevard in coastal North Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

2019-10-10 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at Avon Lakes Estates in Hendricks County (Indiana), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 6:50 AM on Navajo Court in Bolingbrook (Illinois), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Deadly fire burns home on 4th Avenue in North Charleston (West Virginia), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Deadly fire burns home in Euclid (Ohio), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Deadly fire burns duplex in Redmond (Washington), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Vacant home burns on West Waggoner Street in Decatur (Illinois):

2019-10-10 - Vacant restaurant burns on East Charleston Boulevard in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2019-10-10 - Vacant school burns in Detroit (Michigan):

2019-10-10 - Porpoise washes ashore dead at beach near coastal Branscombe (Britain):

2019-10-10 - Fire department captain, man, suddenly dies at home in Cincinnati (Ohio):

2019-10-10 - Man, 62, goes fishing, next seen dead at Dykeman Park in Logansport (Indiana):

2019-10-10 - Man in his 20s found dead outside apartments in Texarkana (Texas):

2019-10-10 - Woman dies in Santeetlah Creek in Graham County (North Carolina):

Quote: "Stewart says the woman, identified as Kathleen Miller, told her husband she wanted to go get into the creek after the pair pulled over to a campsite nearby. However, a short time later, Stewart says the husband called 911 and said he found her dead."

2019-10-10 - Person found dead near Highway 83 in Mankato (Minnesota):

2019-10-10 - Woman found dead near Wasena Avenue SW in Roanoke (Virginia):

2019-10-10 - Woman, 74, drops dead before 6:20 AM in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Quote: "The Marion County Coroner’s Office has identified the woman as Mary Nicholson, 74, and determined that she died of natural causes."

2019-10-10 - Woman, 63, found dead in stream in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):

2019-10-10 - Man found dead at beach in coastal Ramsgate (Britain):

2019-10-10 - Woman in her 50s falls and has seizures on passenger plane, plane makes emergency landing in coastal Shannon (Ireland):

Quote: "Crew members on board reported that a woman in her 50s had fallen and she was experiencing seizures."

2019-10-10 - Driver has 'medical event', truck crushes woman against box truck and kills her, in Live Oak (Florida):

Quote: "FHP states the driver of the the truck suffered from a medical event while driving and drove off the shoulder of the road, where the front of the Ford hit Lovett, pinning her against the GMC."

2019-10-10 - Man, 51, loses consciousness, box truck crashes into home, in Steuben County (Indiana), 1 killed:

Quote: "The truck driver, Randy Aldridge, 51, of Jay, Florida, was pinned in the truck. As firefighters worked to free him, he said he blacked out for an unknown reason and struck the home at 4044 E. U.S. 20 around 4:30 p.m. Thursday."

2019-10-10 - Small plane makes emergency landing on road and crashes into car, near Miamisburg (Ohio), engine failure:

2019-10-10 - Tanker truck blows tire, hits car, overturns, on I-135 in Wichita (Kansas), 1 injured:

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-80 near Tollgate Canyon (Utah):

2019-10-10 - Tractor trailer crashes into barrier, bursts into flame, on Highway 401 near Kingston (Canada):

2019-10-10 - RV veers off road, crashes into culvert, in Williams County (Ohio), 2 killed:

2019-10-10 - Minivan veers off road, crashes into home, on Edgerton Street in St. Paul (Minnesota):

2019-10-10 - Car veers off road, plows into mother and two children, in West Orange (New Jersey), 4 injured:

Quote: "Authorities believe the driver may have experienced a medical episode that contributed to the crash."

2019-10-10 - Car crashes at 3:30 AM on Highway 292 in Tattnall County (Georgia), 2 killed:

2019-10-10 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on Highway 25 in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into the James River, in Lynchburg (Virginia), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Car veers across all lanes, crashes into overpass pillar, bursts into flame, in Arlington (Texas), 1 killed:

2019-10-10 - Car crashes on overpass, driver thrown onto road below, in Pflugerville (Texas):

2019-10-10 - Naked man found walking near school in Chorlton (Britain):

Quote: "Children at Oswald Road Primary were taken inside when a nude man was seen walking towards the south Manchester school this morning. Police were called and when officers arrived the man was taken to hospital. The M.E.N understands that he may have been suffering a medical episode."

2019-10-10 - Bear attacks on the rise due to food shortages, in Niigata Prefecture (Japan):

2019-10-10 - Sinkhole threatens home in Derwood (Maryland):

2019-10-10 - Sinkhole opens, car crashes into it, in Bossier City (Louisiana), 2 injured:

2019-10-10 - Overpass collapses onto cars in Jiangsu Province (China), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2019-10-10 - Mediterranean basin badly hit by climate change:

2019-10-10 - World urgently needs to quicken steps to reduce global warming:

Note: Way too late for any 'steps' to do anything more than slightly delay the eradication of the human race from the surface of the Earth. Not that delay is bad, should do as much of that as possible! But I haven't seen any serious action, and even if such were taken, that might reduce global dimming, and then we'd die even faster. We're trapped between a rock and a hard place...

2019-10-10 - Temp drops from 83F to 19F in just 18 hours in Denver (Colorado):

2019-10-10 - Nor’easter approaches the US East Coast, flood alerts issued:

2019-10-10 - Large waterspout filmed off Summerland Key (Florida):

2019-10-10 - Cold air waterspout filmed at Lake Pueblo (Colorado):

2019-10-10 - Oil firms to pour an extra 7 million barrels of oil per day into the markets, data shows:

2019-10-10 - National Geographic admits billions of people will face shortages of food and clean water over the next 30 years:

Note: The US military has already trained for food riots. They won't have food for people so they'll be relying on more of a bullet-based strategy to help people forget about their hunger...

2019-10-10 - Chemtrail truthers, among others, rip on Greta Thunberg:

2019-10-10 - University of Maine 3D-prints a patrol boat in Orono (Maine):

Quote: "Amazing time-lapse video of the University of Maine's record-breaking 3D printer producing a 25 foot, 5,000-pound patrol boat in just 72 hours."


  1. i need a ruling on the ship that caught fire "near" Hull, Jonny.

    Hey, happy sleep-in Saturday everyone!

    Bus blazes day here on JJFH (among many other vehicles, especially tractor trailers)! Medical emergencies of drivers taking out innocent by-standers on the uptick. Lotsa deadly home fires too (could be a motto: "keep 'em home fires burnin'!" ok, maybe not).

    Asteroid swarm: NASA detects 16 space rocks hurtling towards Earth this week

    On Saturday, October 12, Earth will be visited by four more asteroids.

    It was recently revealed that NASA is stepping up its preparations to deal with the "God of Chaos" rock Apophis which could arrive in the next 10 years. [more; might be the one to put Earth out of its human misery once and for all]

    'It's a lovefest!' Trump announces 'substantial' US-China trade deal on agriculture, intellectual property, & finance

    The Shocking Truth About Trump’s “Trade Deal” With China

    We have a trade deal with China! Well, except that nothing has actually been written down, nothing has actually been signed, the potential deal won’t really require any major concessions from China, but it did allow the Chinese to achieve a couple of key goals that they really wanted. But other than that, the good news is that the Trump administration now has a “trade deal with China” to tout as a “major accomplishment” to voters. And without a doubt, in the short-term this will calm the financial markets and ease some of the pressures on the global economy. Certainly it appears that there should be no further escalations in our trade war with China over the next few months, and that is definitely a bit of good news worth celebrating. Following the announcement of this potential deal, stock prices started surging, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the day up more than 300 points. We haven’t seen this much optimism on Wall Street in some time, and things certainly seem brighter for investors in the short-term.

    But let there be no doubt – this is not even remotely in the neighborhood of being the sort of “comprehensive trade deal” that the Trump administration originally wanted.

    Instead, it is a very, very limited potential deal that is still being worked on… [more]

    It could be the strongest storm the country has faced since Kanogawa Typhoon in 1958: Typhoon Hagibis disrupts Rugby World Cup and Formula 1

    Japan advises hundreds of thousands to evacuate as powerful typhoon approaches

    Heavy rain, winds lash Tokyo as powerful typhoon hits Japan

    A heavy downpour and strong winds pounded Tokyo and surrounding areas on Saturday as a powerful typhoon forecast to be Japan's worst in six decades made landfall southwest of Tokyo, with streets, beaches and train stations deserted.

    Store shelves were bare after people stocked up on water and food ahead of Typhoon Hagibis. The Japan Meteorological Agency warned of dangerously heavy rainfall in Tokyo and surrounding prefectures, including Gunma, Saitama and Kanagawa, and later expanded the area to include Fukushima and Miyagi ["bar-ance Danielsan"] to the north. [more; 1 dead already]

    [more below]

  2. Here come the fires! 100,000 people in over 20,000 homes were ordered to evacuate: Porter Ranch area the backdrop for the 1982 movie "E.T." also evacuated

    A wildfire raged out of control along the northern edge of Los Angeles Friday, prompting authorities to order tens of thousands of people from their homes as firefighters battled flames from the air and on the ground. Police Chief Michel Moore said about 100,000 people in over 20,000 homes were ordered to evacuate. Two recreational facilities are reportedly already filled to capacity. The Los Angeles Fire Department said Friday that the Saddle Ridge Fire had grown to more than 7,500 acres and was 13% contained. Approximately 4,700 acres have been consumed by the flames, leading to at least 31 structures being destroyed. One person died from cardiac arrest. A firefighter also suffered a minor eye injury. Death was confirmed at an earlier wildfire east of Los Angeles. [more]

    U.S. millennials and Gen X are both stressed, broke, and in debt – “Deaths of despair” on the rise with millennials

    Insider recently teamed up with Morning Consult to survey 2,096 Americans about their financial health, debt, and earnings for its new series, “The State of Our Money.” Findings largely didn’t paint a pretty picture, particularly for millennials and Gen X (672 and 566 respondents, respectively). The margin of error overall is about 2%. [more]

    [come on, man - do a proper survey and poll ~ 100,000 or so]

    [doin' what humans do!]
    New South Wales government may open two new coal fields for exploration to boost economic growth

    The New South Wales government is considering opening two large coal fields to exploration as it seeks to make the state the “number one mining investment destination”, Guardian Australia has learned. [more; good grief]

    UPDATE 2-Cargo plane crashes in Congo with presidential staff on board

    A cargo plane carrying presidential staff crashed in eastern Congo on Thursday, and all eight passengers and crew are feared dead, a presidential adviser told Reuters on Friday.

    The plane, carrying President Felix Tshisekedi's driver, a logistics manager and some soldiers, was headed from Goma to the capital Kinshasa and went off radar on Thursday afternoon, an hour after departing, a statement from the civil aviation authority said.

    The Russian embassy in Democratic Republic of Congo said on its Facebook page that preliminary information indicated that Russians were among the crew members on the Antonov jet.

    The cause of the accident was not yet clear. [more]

    [last part below]

  3. Trump EPA proposes overhaul of lead in drinking water rule, critics call plan weak

    The Trump administration on Thursday proposed retooling a 1991 rule on lead and cooper [sic] contamination in drinking water, but critics said the change slows by 20 years the timeline for removing aging lead service lines that could expose children to a toxin known to harm developing brains. [more]

    [from our Fog Of War dept.]
    Turkey Mistakenly Shells U.S. Special Forces in Syria: Report

    U.S. special forces based in Syria have been caught in Turkish artillery fire, according to Newsweek. It remains unclear whether there were any other casualties. [more; whoopsie!]

    Wildfire Breaks Out Near Golf Course in California's Ventura County

    Firefighters were responding to a blaze that broke out early on the morning of Friday, October 11, in Ventura, California.
    [more; incl 79 sec. news spot]

    [from our Don't Look Now, But . . desk]
    Record-shattering Great Lakes water levels could be even higher in 2020

    It appears 2020 won't bring relief from high Great Lakes water levels – and they could be even higher than this past record-shattering spring and summer. [more; incl. 131 sec. video]

    Winter Storm Aubrey Is Bringing Heavy Snow and Freezing Temperatures to the U.S [56 sec. news spot]

    Strong Winds and Heavy Snow Lash North Dakota

    A blizzard warning was issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) for cities in North Dakota as heavy snow and wind swept through the region.

    Wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph were forecast for parts of northern and central North Dakota. Cities in central North Dakota were projected to see three to 10 inches of snow, while up to 18 inches could accumulate in northern cities, the NWS said. [more]

    Amid security concerns, the European Union puts 5G -- and Huawei -- under the microscope

    [their microscope doesn't do "safety" concerns, only security]

  4. I'm voting yes on the Hull passenger ship. If I were looking at Hull stuff, I'd want to know about that.

  5. Thanks for the decision, Jonny. The stats always go by what you determine.

    [in sports news; a holy SHIT moment!]
    Kipchoge first under 2 hours for marathon but no record

    Eliud Kipchoge sent shockwaves through the world of sport by becoming the first athlete to break the two-hour barrier for a marathon, although it will not count as a record.

    The Olympic champion and world record holder from Kenya clocked 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40.2 seconds at the INEOS 1:59 Challenge on Saturday, an event set up for the attempt.

    Kipchoge, who compared his attempt earlier to a man landing on the moon, twice punched his chest in celebration and smiled when he finished.

    Running at an average pace of 2:50 minutes per kilometer (4:33.5 minutes per mile), Kipchoge was 11 seconds ahead of schedule halfway through his run. He then maintained his tempo until the pacemakers left him for the final 500 meters, where he sped up.

    [Kenya going completely ape-shit]

    Kipchoge was cheered by spectators along the course in Prater Park and there were celebrations in his home country before he had even finished.

    "Hearty congratulations, Eliud Kipchoge," President Uhuru Kenyatta said in a statement. "You've done it, you've made history and made Kenya proud. Your win today will inspire future generations to dream big and aspire to greatness. We celebrate you and wish you God's blessings."

    "We should line up the entire road from the airport to Nairobi. Receive him like the hero he is," prominent activist Boniface Mwangi said on Twitter. [more]

    Dog lost since 2007 found over 1K miles away in Pittsburgh

    A toy fox terrier that disappeared from its family's south Florida home in 2007 was found this week over a thousand miles away in Pittsburgh and reunited with its owner on Friday.

    The 14-year-old named Dutchess was found hungry, shivering and in serious need of a nail trim under a shed on Monday, according to Humane Animal Rescue.

    The dog's owner, Katheryn Strang, drove all the way to Pittsburgh for an emotional reunion with Dutchess .

    Boca Raton, Florida, is about 1,130 miles (18184.74 kilometers) from Pittsburgh.

    Strang said she couldn't believe it when she got the call that her dog had been found after all these years.

    The Latest: 97% of blackout customers have power restored

    Pacific Gas & Electric says it's restored power to 97% of the customers it deliberately blacked out because of weather-related fire concerns. [more]

    Two killed as fierce typhoon hits Tokyo, millions told to evacuate

  6. 1 person killed, 18 sent to hospital after Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses at construction site

    At least one person was killed and several others injured after a Hard Rock Hotel that was under construction partially collapsed in New Orleans, officials said.

    Eighteen people were transported to local hospitals and three were still missing, New Orleans Fire Chief Timothy McConnell said at a press conference Saturday. [more]

    Eleven dead or missing as Typhoon Hagibis inundates southern Japan - Tokyo simultaneously hit by 5.3M earthquake

    Bigfoot prints found in western North Carolina?

  7. Over 100 report seeing large meteor fireball over Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia

    [more corroboration of my suspicion that 'recovery' is a sham after environmental disasters]

    Hurricane Michael survivors hanging on one year later – Thousands of Panhandle residents still live in tents, trailers, and hotel rooms – “Collectively we’ve forgotten them”

    Folks on Florida’s Forgotten Coast fear the media and the nation have moved on from Michael. Worse, they feel abandoned by a government they came to count on in times of need following a major natural disaster. [more]