Sydney rains do not stop Sydney
Sydney rains do not stop
Showers fell on the long-suffering Sydney. For two days, a two-month rainfall fell, which led to massive evacuations, left 150,000 houses without light and forced many to abandon car trips.
Over the weekend, 400 mm of rain fell in the city. Today in the morning the roads to Sydney are blocked, ferries are canceled, and trains run late.
Although the rain had put out the fires that had been burning for more than two months, it brought with it new problems, storms and destruction.
Anyway, this rain has its pluses. After several years of drought, water reserves have been replуnished. And 17 bushfires in NSW have been distinguished.
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Sydney crash with sufferers
Abnormal weather in Sydney became the reason of car accident yesterday. A car ran into bus in the West of Sydney. There are the hurt. Five people were seriously injured, two are children. A 16-year-old girl has been trapped beneath the vehicle. It took about 20 minutes to set her free. Everyone is in hospital right now. Two are critical
Emergency services with a helicopter arrived at the place immediately. The officer said that this terrible accident probably happened because of wet roads. In such weather conditions a car can become a weapon, so everyone has to be careful when the weather is dangerous.
Devastating storm in Sydney
Recently residents of Nothern Sydney have been warned about coming storm and advised to leave the district until the danger disappears. So yesterday more than 100,000 people left without electricity, like in a trap. There were thousands of calls to emergency services. Trees fell on houses and cars, lots of people were trapped. Someone has even got into hospital with severe injures.
Strong winds damaged the electricity system and emergency services are going to work all the night to repair.
Not only Sydney suffered the storm, all the East coast of New South Wales is marked and damaged. Floods can also interfere with gas and drinking water delivery.
Meteorologists say such a quantity of precipitation for one day fell only 5 years ago.
Heavy rains in NSW
In Australia, in the state of New South Wales, which has suffered from extremely large-scale forest fires over the past few months, heavy rains have begun.
Torrential rains in New South Wales put out 18 out of 60 fires, and now some areas of the east coast of Australia are in danger of flooding.
Most of the fires were extinguished by rains in the north and northeast of the Australian state.
At the same time, in the coastal areas of New South Wales, including Sydney, the highest levels of precipitation in the last three years may occur. According to forecasts of meteorologists on February 7, from 60 to 90 mm of precipitation is expected in Sydney, 120-150 mm of precipitation is predicted on February 8, and 90-150 mm on February 9. The last time in the city was more than 100 mm of precipitation in one day on November 28, 2018.
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Car donated to mom to continue her daughter's wish to help children with cancer.
Montgomery County's mom is trying to keep her daughter's legacy alive by granting wishes for terminally ill children. Dana Manley's 7-year-old daughter Sydney passed away after a three-year battle of rare kidney cancer. Manley continued Sydney's passion for making children's wishes come true through the organization of Sydney soldiers. During her campaign, Sydney became friends with Alec Ingram, as they both went through treatment.
After Alec passed away, Sydney's Soldiers Always helped his family with the final item on his bucket list: to escort Alec to the finish line with thousands of sports cars in Washington, Missouri. This was to show Alec how much he was loved and to show the Ingram's how much they are loved," Manley said. But recently, Sydney's Soldiers Always had to pump the brakes. We went out one morning, and the car was gone. We always keep a key hidden under the vehicle.
Smokey a proud name of Sydney.
Smokey is a name to grow into and be proud of. Not only are there eight generations of the family behind him, but his name will always remind him of his connection to the land. His mother says it beautifully. The country doesn't belong to us, and it's time every Australian starts to remember that. We are here for a finite length of time. While we all want to leave our children something, it is time to think beyond bricks and mortar and money.
Then we hear about the feeling of a blue gum plantation in Victoria where tall trees inhabited by koalas were logged, and the remains bulldozed, resulting in horrible injuries and deaths of countless koalas. There are landowners and plantation owners who make decisions, managers who organize the work, and people who carry out the instructions, all of whom are culpable and should be charged with heinous animal cruelty.
A woman from Sydney fined for not providing treatment to malnourished dogs
A 29-year-old woman from Sydney pleaded guilty for failing to provide veterinary care for three severely malnourished dogs. As per the reports, she had been fined more than $15,000 for her offence. It involved a white Papillon, named Demi, a Tibetan Spaniel cross Maltese, called Rocky, and a Chihuahua named Alfie. After the examination, RSPCA stated that the dogs have a body score of 5/5, which is known as emaciated.
The developed mild anaemia, periodontal disease, mild hypoglycaemia and mild hypocalcaemia, and had low levels of protein, calcium and glucose in their blood. All dogs ate the offered food ravenously. As per the report, it was a combination of emaciation, dehydration and anaemia would have resulted in death within days in these animals if continued to be left untreated. The woman has been banned from buying or adopting any animal for two years.
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Heartbreaking news for Adelaide's mother
Some months ago the volcano on the White island in New Zealand erupted while there were lots of Australian tourists. Some of them were from Adelaide. A family from Adelaide became a victim of the eruption. A 15-year-old daughter and her father died at the place, and their mother lapsed into a coma and was taken into Australian hospital. Today she woke up after a long comatose, and doctors had to tell her heartbreaking news. The woman is in stable condition, though it is still hard.
The funeral of her daughter will take place now, as it was postponed until her mother wakes up.
Inhuman treatment in Adelaide's detention centre
Adelaide's Youth Training Centre has become shame for Australia. It has recently become known that the crew there treats teenagers inhumane. Two boys aged 17 years were isolated in this centre, they were forbidden to communicate with friends and their families. Moreover, they were forced to spend more than 22 hours per day in locked rooms, sometimes in handcuffs. The teenagers said they were absolutely depressed and suffered all the time being in this centre.
It is not the first accusation of the Adelaide's centre. The crew had already beaten and were cruel to other children.
Police say the centre let down the teenagers and limited their development. The guide of the centre said they would take into account this and would change the rules for teenagers.
Attack on a refugee family in Adelaide
A family from Liberia has found a refugee in Adelaide. At home they suffered because of constant warlike activities.
Yesterday their home was attacked again, but already in Adelaide. The owner of the house said she recalled terrible time in Liberia. Allegedly a man broke into their yard at about 2 AM before stealing a car. He threatened even children. Their mother said she would never think it is possible in Australia.
Police followed this car with a helicopter. Some witnesses saw the car in the city centre and said it had been mad driving. Then police holed tires of the stolen vehicle and arrested the driver. He is 36 years old and is to face the court today.
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Police presented charge sheet against rape case...
11-year-old girl raped in marriage garden, 7 days later, police presented charge sheet against accused
Police on Monday presented a challan against the arrested accused in the case of raping an 11-year-old man who raped a chat stall during an engagement program on the night of February 2 at a marriage garden located near Kedia Palace in Murlipura area. done. In this case, the police arrested 36-year-old Raju, a resident of Bhind, MP of Chat Chat stall. On the night of February 2, at about a quarter of an hour, the accused raped an 11-year-old innocent woman in the toilet. On which the police and FSL team investigated the worker working in the garden and arrested the accused in the evening the next day. Police commissioner Anand Srivastava says- In view of the seriousness of the case, orders were given to produce quick charge sheet. Now it will be taken in the case officer scheme.
Police completed an investigation into the incident that scared the city
At 2:00 pm on the night of February 2, a woman was found in a women's toilet in the garden.
On 3 February, the girl's father lodged a report at the Murlipura police station, police arrested the accused Baparda.
On 4 February, the DCP handed over the investigation of the case to Sanjeev Kumar, ACP of the Special Investigation Unit, set up at the district level to investigate serious crimes against women.
On 6 February, he reached the Magistrate Hospital and recorded the statement of the victim.
On 8 February, the SDM conducted a identification parade of the accused in the district jail.
On February 10, the investigating officer presented a challan against the accused in the court.
Bon appétit à Québec !
De mon premier souper jusqu'à mon dernier, j'ai été surpris de voir la large gamme de viandes proposées dans les menus des restaurants du Québec. Chez moi, j'attends généralement du poulet, du bœuf et du porc. Mais ici, je voyais régulièrement de l'agneau, du canard, du foie gras et du lapin offerts. En fait, un restaurant populaire du Petit Champlaine, le Lapin Saute, est spécialisé dans les plats de lapin. J'ai appris depuis que la viande de gibier sauvage est devenue un produit de plus en plus populaire dans les restaurants. Logiquement, les animaux sauvages plus petits auraient été ce qui était à la disposition des premiers colons du Québec, et une passion pour leurs aliments traditionnels les maintient dans les restaurants et sur la table du dîner dans les maisons familiales.
Banasthali vidyapith student dies in accident...
Banasthali Vidyapith student dies, fellow woman and two youth injured after falling into uncontrolled Scorpio drain
On Monday late night in the city, a high speed uncontrolled Scorpio fell into a roadside drain. The woman, who was driving a Scorpio, died in the accident. The accident occurred late at 12 o'clock in the Ashok Nagar area in front of the Anties Cafe near the CBI office. In this tragic accident, the deceased's companion in the Scorpio and two acquaintances were also injured. On receipt of the information, the police tried and took out the car and the youth and the woman riding in it. The accident is being investigated by the accident police station South. In this whole incident, the police have not denied the fact that both the youths in the car were drinking alcohol.
ASI Nekiram said that 22-year-old Ishani Sharma died in the accident. She was a resident of Shahabad, Mohammadpur in Delhi. She was a PG student at Vanasthali Vidyapeeth, Niwai, District Tonk. On Monday, Ishani and her college classmate and resident of Delhi, Mansi, reached Jaipur from Delhi. According to police, the deceased Ishani's friend Mansi is also a basketball player. In such a situation, Mansi was acquainted with the injured Jhunjhunun resident Paramjeet. He is also a player of basketball. They met here in Jaipur.
After this, due to the desire to roam here, Paramjit called his familiar and senior teammate Jaipur resident Omvir with his Scorpio. After that they roamed the four cities. It was also revealed that he did the party. Where both young men drank beer. After this, they were going to have dinner on Station Road at around 12 pm. Then Ishani was driving Scorpio. They reached the Antise Cafe in front of Ashok Nagar police station in Seeskim.
At the turn there, at a high speed, the car fell uncontrollably into the open drain on the roadside. In this, Ishani Sharma, who was driving with a broken neck, died. Passengers informed the police after the accident. Then the Civil Defense team descended through the ladder into the drain and took out the four young men trapped in the car and brought them to the hospital. Where Ishani Sharma was declared dead by doctors. Ishani and Mansi's family arrived here on Tuesday. Then the post mortem of the dead body was done and handed over to them.