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Indiana

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National emergency France
« on: February 28, 2010, 08:44:55 PM »
Winds up to 160 kilometers an hour tore the french coast apart. Combination of high sprig tides and hurricane force winds have backed up rivers causing much inland flooding. Coastal flooding is also widespread. people were asleep in bed when this happenned...Report say up to 100 dead...From "asleep in bed" to "sitting on the roof in a howling wind" 15 mins. Most deaths by drowning...Power and wter down in these areas...This news is coming to via an electric generators as power down here were I am...Reporting from France  8;45 am
March 1st ...Indiana   

Indiana

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Re: National emergency France
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2010, 09:16:02 AM »
UPDATE...France 9 pm March 4th...1 billion euros of damage caused, thousands of live stock dead...Goats, sheep, chickens, pigs,...One farmer was at the annual agricultural show in Paris with his 6 best sheep..His flock of 500...All dead.

Water is not draining fast because of spring tides and wind...Worst effected were people living in single story residenses...Water at almost ceiling height...In some areas not possible to bury the dead as the local cemetery is still under water...Slowly things returning to normal...Indy