Imagine the amount of work needed for the cleanup
‘A massive kiln at a tsunami-damaged cement plant here roared back to life on Wednesday, incinerating tons of wood and plastic debris from buildings destroyed by the killer waves that hit northeastern Japan in March.
‘The project is one of many under way across the region as communities struggle with the staggering amount of rubble left over from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami…’
North Dakota Braces for ‘Catastrophic’ Flood
And while the US West is burning
‘…Trucks and loaders carried clay and dirt to waiting Bobcats that sped to and fro, spreading and tamping the material atop levees that already reached some 15 feet high. The workers and National Guard members were the only people to be seen after as many as 10,000 residents, or about one-fourth of Minot’s population, were evacuated to safety…’ -AP
‘Lawless’ Lady vs Thieves Video
Awesome Lady Stomps Beer Thieves’ Getaway Car
AND HER NAME IS LAWLESS
The robbers were arrested after a car chase.
‘A Walmart shopper, fed up with crime, gave a couple of thieves a run for their money in Houston, and surveillance cameras captured the chase.
‘When three brothers walked into an Alvin Walmart on Sunday, they planned on drinking three cases of beer for free. But another shopper, that despises crime, could not stop herself when she saw them walking out –without paying.
‘”I told the cashier, ‘Do something. They are leaving.’ And she couldn’t do anything. So I said, ‘Watch my purse,’ says the single mother.
‘As the three Thompson brothers walked to their Camaro, parked in a fire lane, Monique Lawless gave chase leaving her spot in the checkout line. Since the brothers had a hard time opening the locked Camaro, it gave Lawless plenty of time to catch up. With adrenaline at full throttle she jumped on the hood and stomped on the windshield…’
In 25% of Fatal Crashes, Drivers Used Drugs
It doesn’t matter what kind of drug was taken so take care
‘Drivers who die in crashes test positive for drugs 25% of the time, a new study finds.
‘Researchers examined data on more than 44,000 drivers in single-vehicle crashes who died between 1999 and 2009. They found that 24.9% tested positive for drugs and 37% had blood-alcohol levels in excess of 0.08, the legal limit. Fifty-eight percent had no alcohol in their systems; 5% had less than 0.08. The data were from a government database on traffic fatalities…’