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At least 34 people have been killed in floods triggered by days long heavy rains, while 93 others remained missing in a ma
Fifteen bodies have been retrieved by hundreds of rescuers trying to find survivors among 118 people who are still missing
Around 100 people are feared buried after a landslide smashed through their village in southwest China's Sichuan Province
The death toll today rose to 163 in Bangladesh's landslides as five more persons, including three children, were killed du
The death toll following the recent incessant downpour and landslides in Bangladesh has risen to 156, as firefighters reco
At least 143 people, including several officers and Army personnel, have been killed in the landslides activated by heavy
A 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit western Guatemala near the Mexico border today, shaking several cities and injuring one per
The death toll in Sri Lanka's floods has climbed to 202 with 94 people still missing in the country's worst torrential rai
Indian Navy diving and medical teams joined rescue efforts of Sri Lankan authorities in flood-hit regions as the death tol
Rescuers in Sri Lanka today pulled out more bodies buried in the mudslides triggered by the country's worst torrential rai
100s of tons of steel vs. one of nature's fiercest phenomena. This apparently occurred on 7Jan2008 on the Union Pacific railroad near Harvard IL.
How was this recorded? As one of the youtube comments explains:
All American locomotive cabs have on-board video recording equipment fitted. This is due to the fact that there are so many grade crossing violations by cars and trucks. The railroad companys [sic] got pissed off with these retards trying to sue the RR company hence the camera's [sic]. This one was obviously left running in the trailing loco's cab.
For another spectacular view of a tornado, Roger Hill and crew put a camera in the path of a tornado:
Not to miss the cow, passing by...