In South Carolina, the birds are dying for unknown reason

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. According to witnesses, 30 to 40 different species of birds suddenly fell from the sky on Sunday morning. They found Brandon Nelson — hotel security guard patrolling the building.

"The birds just fell, some of them chirped and squirmed for a few minutes before they died. I've never seen anything like it," Nelson said.

His mother was also staying at the hotel to visit her son during his shift. At this time, she said, one of the birds hit her in the shoulder and fell to the ground, reports wmbfnews.com

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Day failures in the United States, July 15, 2011

 

USA, South Carolina(WCSC). Heavy rain, which began on Thursday, caused sinkhole on the western highway I-526 in North Charleston, according northcharleston.live5news.com

Clarksville, Tennessee, 10:55 AM. Brigade road services are working on eliminating sinkhole at the intersection of North Second Street and College Street. Crossroads is closed to all forms of transport for some time. Drivers are encouraged to find alternate routes, said clarksvilleonline.com

Greenville, South Carolina. Eliminate the consequences of the failure of the workers at the intersection of Main Street and Croft Street, formed Friday morning. The site is closed to traffic. Until the completion of

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America became a tornado on an epic scale

 

At least 45 people were killed in dozens of tornadoes that occurred last week in the south-eastern United States. According to AP, disaster victims were residents of six states. Hardest hit North Carolina in more than 100 recorded 60 tornadoes were spotted in its territory.

Tornadoes are not uncommon for the U.S. — such phenomena occur here regularly. But that happened last week, according to witnesses, was beyond the usual manifestations of nature. Meteorologist channel CNN, got acquainted with the consequences of a tornado in North Carolina, called it "epic."

Witnesses say

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Following the tornado in the eastern U.S. come flooding

Because of the rain and melting snow in the eastern U.S. rivers burst their banks. There is information about the victims. In the U.S., flood cover new regions. Followed by North Carolina, Oklahoma, Alabama and Virginia emergency situation exists in many parts of the east.

The melting of snow and rain the river overflowed. Washington and its suburbs under water were cafes along the promenade, underground garages, and even the first floors of some houses.

Locals on the Potomac River constructing the dam. Emergency equipment is working around the clock. Some states have declared an emergency.

Recall, before it

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New York City in anticipation of the hurricane

NEW YORK, August 27. ITAR-TASSPower almost all the cities on the east coast of the United States announced the forced evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people with the approach of Hurricane "Irene." Emptied the coastal resort town, closed the famous casinos in Atlantic City. Endless stream of cars stretches inland.  State of emergency was introduced in six states: North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New York and New Jersey. On the East Coast rail service disrupted, canceled more than a thousand flights.

U.S. President Barack Obama has decided to return to Washington early from vacation, which he

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U.S. newspapers screaming about the horrors of Hurricane Irene

U.S. East Coast is preparing for a big shake-up — there is a hurricane "Irene". Bad weather is raging in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas.

The population of the east coast of the U.S., which has recently undergone a six-point earthquake, preparing for a new shake-up — there is a hurricane "Irene". The storm has already intervened in the heavenly life of Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas. The next stop on his way — dozens of U.S. cities, including New York and Washington. There are going to

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The failure on the football field in North Carolina, USA

Members of the youth organization of the YMCA in Wilmington, North Carolina, were surprised to discover sinkhole 5 meters wide, formed on their football field on Monday, reports starnewsonline.com

No one knows exactly what led to the appearance of holes up to 3 meters in depth, has a neat straight edge.

At the YMCA hired a contractor to investigate the causes of failure and eliminate it. But Wesley Corder, an engineer from the company Thomson & Co., said that he could not determine the cause. Corder studied soil to a depth of 5 meters from the surface and found

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The explosion of a UFO in South Carolina 02/13/2011

February 15, 2012 22:24

Many people in upstate named FOX, in Carolina were awoken with a loud sound and a bright flash of light in the early morning on Monday.

Most reports of unusual phenomena came from people living in Spartanbergskom and Greenville County, about 1:45.

Officials have said that maybe it was a meteor.

Flash in the sky was reported about 1:46, the recording was made of poor quality. Spartanbergskaya police said they had received numerous calls from the public. One of their officers told me that he saw the flash lit up his car and

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Hurricane Irene has left millions of Americans without electricity

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 — RIA Novosti, Maria Tabak.Hurricane "Irene" which struck on Saturday morning on the East Coast of the U.S., left without electricity about one million people in North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, the capital.

The first blow came in the elements North Carolina — there marked a blackout due to broken wiring. According to local power companies, the number of homes left without electricity in the tens of thousands.

To Washington to be a hurricane to get to Saturday evening, but the day in the capital for the rain, followed by a very

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On New York Hurricane Irene

The morning of 28 August, New York Hurricane "Irene." Life in the city came to a standstill: closed public transportation, canceled all entertainment events. To prepare the disaster and other major cities — Washington DC, Boston, Philadelphia. U.S. authorities have reported that the victims of "Irene" have become 10. More than two million people forced from their homes. "Irene", slowly moving to the East Coast, had already left without electricity for about a million residents of Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina, which met the first hurricane in the U.S.. Wind tears the wire, uproot trees, heavy rains waterlogged streets.

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