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National Climatic Data Center

City Tornado that moved directly across downtown Salt Lake City on August 11, 1999, killing 1 person, injuring 60 others, and causing approximately $170 million in damage. ''Utah's Tornadoes and Waterspouts – 1847 to the Present'', the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Retrieved March 20, 2008. The only other reported tornado fatality in Utah's history was a 7-year old girl who was killed while

camping in Summit County (Summit County, Utah) on July 6, 1884. The last tornado of above (E)F0 intensity occurred on September 8, 2002, when an F2 tornado hit Manti (Manti, Utah). On August 11, 1993, an F3 tornado hit the Uinta Mountains north of Duchesne (Duchesne, Utah) at an elevation of , causing some damage to a Boy Scouts (Boy Scouts of America) campsite. This is the strongest tornado ever recorded in Utah. Image:Bratislava snowy.jpg 250px thumb right

Weather Service-Flagstaff, AZ date unknown title Damage From a Dust Devil at the Coconino County Fairgrounds - September 14, 2000 url http: www.wrh.noaa.gov fgz past cocodust coco_fair.php?wfo fgz accessdate 2007-10-05 On May 19, 2003, a dust devil lifted the roof off a two-story building in Lebanon, Maine, causing it to collapse and kill a man inside. NCDC: Event Details '' National


Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

accessdate 2009-05-10 This 1992 recall affected July 1989 to July 1990 models equipped with central locking whereby the relays in the electronic door lock control unit may fail, causing their contact (Contact mechanics)s to weld.

Safety Recalls Australia publisher Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accessdate 2009-05-10 This 1992 recall affected July 1989 to July 1990 models equipped with central locking whereby the relays in the electronic door lock control unit may fail, causing their contact (Contact mechanics)s to weld.

itemId 954984 fromItemId 952863 title Holden—Apollo JK—Rear Brake Hose work Product Safety Recalls Australia publisher Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accessdate 2009-05-10 This 1992 recall affected July 1989 to July 1990 models equipped with central locking whereby the relays in the electronic door lock control unit may fail, causing their contact (Contact mechanics)s to weld.


Osh

to cotton production on a massive scale and the over-arching political structures meant that crossing borders was not a problem. Since 1991 this has changed, for the worse. Uzbekistan regularly closes its borders with Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, causing immense difficulties for trade and for those who live in the region. Travellers from Khujand to Dushanbe, unable to take the route through Uzbekistan, have to cross a high mountain pass between the two cities instead, along a terrible road

during clashes in Osh and Jalal-Abad, and 2000 more were injured. http: www.un.org apps news story.asp?NewsID 35071&Cr Kyrgyz&Cr1 Between 100,000 and 300,000 refugees, predominantly of Uzbek ethnic origin, attempted to flee to Uzbekistan, causing a major humanitarian crisis. The Soviet and post-Soviet periods In 1924 the new boundaries separating the Uzbek SSR and Kyrgyz SSR cut off the eastern end of the Ferghana Valley, as well as the slopes

was not a problem. Since 1991 this has changed, for the worse. Uzbekistan regularly closes its borders with Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, causing immense difficulties for trade and for those who live in the region. Travellers from Khujand to Dushanbe, unable to take the route through Uzbekistan, have to cross a high mountain pass between the two cities instead, along a terrible road. Similarly communications between Bishkek and Osh pass through difficult mountainous country and are endangered


Zhumadian

Beijing) to attack Chengde. Ma, Li Baozhen, and Li Sheng quickly defeated Tian's forces, which were attacking Li Baozhen's Zhaoyi Circuit (昭義, headquartered in modern Changzhi, Shanxi) and forced him to flee back to his capital Wei Prefecture (魏州), which Ma, Li Baozhen, Li Sheng, and Li Qiu (李艽) put under siege. Li Xilie quickly defeated Liang, causing Liang to commit suicide. Zhu was able to persuade Li Weiyue's officer Zhang Xiaozhong to turn against him and attack Li

capital Cai Prefecture. Qin, indeed, would subsequently declare himself emperor and try to expand the extent of his control, causing him to battle with Zhu and other Tang general. Meanwhile, the breakdown of the Tang realm continued, with Tang military governors battling each other for supremacy, and one of the key rivalries that developed was that between Zhu (who was made the military governor of Xuanwu Circuit) and Li Keyong (who was made the military governor of Hedong

north on the night of August 5 near Changde, Hunan. A day later, the storm moved over Xinyang, Henan, and later at Zhumadian, Henan for three days, and the typhoon brought heavy rainfall, causing the infamous collapse of the Banqiao Dam. The storm moved southwest on August 8, and dissipated soon afterwards. http: www.hnqx.cn xqhy xq_view.jsp?id 6778 '''Fan Yun''' (451–503) (


Belmopan

; The storm moved inland towards Belmopan, causing estimated damage of BZ$ (Belize dollar)33.8 million ($17.4 million 2010 USD), primarily from damage to crops and housing. http: www.reporter.bz index.php?mod article&cat Headline&article 4721 - Belize Belmopan Corozal Town, Dangriga, Orange Walk Town, San Ignacio Cayo, Belize City - Hurricanes have played key—and devastating—roles in Belizean

focused on change from within. In October 1961, Hurricane Hattie arrived on the shores of Belize City, causing destruction in the de facto capital. The PUP immediately began calling for the moving of the capital to higher ground, to escape flooding. This demand led to the construction of Belize's current capital, Belmopan, later in the decade, and of the village of Hattieville, 16 miles from the city, to host the hurricane's evacuees. It also showed that George Price's vision

in Belmopan. Some permanent towns, such as Hattieville, were formed from temporary shelters built for those made homeless by the hurricane. Violence broke out in the aftermath of the storm, causing the British (United Kingdom) frigate, HMS Troubridge, to land 125 officers and men to aid colony police in halting widespread looting and pillaging. - Belize Belmopan English (English language) - Sporting


Dryden, Ontario

after liftoff because it was not able to achieve enough altitude to clear the trees beyond the end of the runway due to ice and snow on the wings, causing the death of 21 of 65 passengers and 3 of 4 crew members. Some of the survivors were able to escape from the plane on their own but the others were carried to safety. demo-cd Kenora (Kenora District, Ontario), Thunder Bay (Thunder Bay District, Ontario) demo-csd Dryden (Dryden, Ontario), Kenora, Red

-off en route from Thunder Bay to Winnipeg via Dryden (Dryden, Ontario). The aircraft crashed after only 15 seconds because it was not able to achieve enough altitude to clear the trees beyond the end of the runway due to ice and snow on the wings, causing the death of 21 of 65 passengers and 3 of 4 crew members. Some of the survivors were able to escape from the plane on their own and the others were carried to safety. foundation 1912 location Dryden


Xinyang

Hong's army, stationed at Luokou for nearly a year without advancing, had an attack of night terror, and Xiao Hong, in fear, fled, causing his army to collapse without a battle. When Northern Wei forces next attacked the fortress of Zhongli (鍾離, in modern Bengbu as well), however, they were defeated by a Liang army commanded by Wei and Cao Jingzong (曹景宗) in spring 507, allowing Liang to keep Zhongli and effectively ending the war. After the battle of Zhongli, there would continue to be border

. A day later, the storm moved over Xinyang, Henan, and later at Zhumadian, Henan for three days, and the typhoon brought heavy rainfall, causing the infamous collapse of the Banqiao Dam. The storm moved southwest on August 8, and dissipated soon afterwards. http: www.hnqx.cn xqhy xq_view.jsp?id 6778 * 40px (File:China Expwy G1 sign with name.png) G1 (G1 Beijing–Harbin Expressway): Shenyang- Beijing * File:China


Western Yan

, Murong Hong, forced into combat, defeated and killed Fu Rui. When Yao sent messengers to the capital to report the defeat, Fú Jiān, for reasons unknown, got so angry that he killed Yao's messengers—causing Yao to panic and flee with Qiang soldiers. Yao then declared himself "the Prince of Qin of Ten Thousand Years" (萬年秦王), establishing Later Qin. '''Fu Pi''' (苻丕) (died 386), courtesy name '''Yongshu''' (永叔), formally '''Emperor Aiping of (Former) Qin''' ((前)秦哀平帝

with Murong Wei's brother and the leader of the nascent Western Yan state, Murong Chong. In fall 386, with support of Western Yan and Liu Xian, Tuoba Gui's youngest uncle Tuoba Kuduo (拓拔窟咄) made a claim to the throne, and there were many chiefs under Tuoba Gui who secretly conspired with Tuoba Kuduo, causing Tuoba Gui to panic to flee to his maternal uncles' Helan tribe, while seeking assistance from Later Yan. Later Yan's emperor Murong Chui sent his son Murong Lin to assist


Laveen, Arizona

to wood lots (Firewood) in and around Phoenix. In a landmark water rights ruling involving several Laveen residents, ''Bristor v. Cheatham'', the Arizona Supreme Court ruled on January 12, 1952, that percolating water was not private property. Several residents had sued Dee Cheatham for what they believed was excessive pumping of ground water, causing their wells to run dry. The court cited the principle "Rock stays, water moves". However, on February 26, 1952

.ncdc.noaa.gov cgi-win wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~784996 publisher National Climatic Data Center accessdate 2011-07-01 year 2010 In Quartzsite, washes overflowed their banks, causing street flooding, and $30,000 in damage. In Tanca,

1 in mm of precipitation fell within a 30-minute period, thus causing minor flooding with one road being washed out. Damage from that flood totaled $30,000. Yuma (Yuma, Arizona) also reported ref>


Côte-Nord

; One half continued to race northward, affecting the Central United States along its path, and was last distinguishable in the eastern Great Lakes region on August 31. On August 31, Katrina was absorbed by a frontal boundary and became a powerful extratropical low, causing 1.97–6.69 inches (50–170 mm) of rain in 12 hours, as well as gale-force wind gusts from 31 to 61 mph (50 to 98 km h) in southeastern Quebec and northern New Brunswick

. In the region of Saguenay (Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean) and Côte-Nord, rain caused breakdowns and failure in roads. The Côte-Nord region was isolated from the rest of Quebec for at least 1 week. The other half of Katrina broke off in the eastern part of the Appalachians, primarily leading to a significant tornado outbreak in the area from central Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)) to central Pennsylvania, killing two people and causing millions of dollars in additional


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