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Video - Oregon Flooding  between Salem and Corvallis

Water rescues in Salem, Albany amid extensive flooding

Nate Hanson         April 10, 2019

"Firefighters helped a person who is wheelchair-bound in the Wallace Marine Park area of Salem.

SALEM, Ore. — As flooding continued to affect areas in the Willamette Valley on Wednesday, first responders were ready to rescue those stranded by the rising waters.

In Salem, a person who is wheelchair-bound needed help in the Wallace Marine Park area, according to police. Firefighters paddled out to the man’s location and brought him to safety.

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Also, on Wednesday a woman was rescued from Mill Creek in Salem. Crews found her at about 14th Street NE and Center Street NE. She was taken to the hospital and was in critical condition, according to Salem Fire.

In Albany, two people reported they were stranded on Simpson Park Trail. Albany Fire Water Team members went out on rafts and helped the two people out."

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https://www.kgw.com/article/news/local/water-rescues-in-salem-albany-amid-extensive-flooding/283-e93dc62c-8541-41ec-b04f-5637e2b177ad

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Temporary flood protection in downtown Davenport fails  (Iowa)

April 30, 2019    KCRG -ABC News

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"DAVENPORT, Iowa (KCRG) - Temporary flood protection measures have failed in downtown Davenport leading to inundation of previously dry areas near the Mississippi River, according to emergency managers and the Quad Cities National Weather Service.

Officials reported a failure in the HESCO barrier, a type of sand-filled temporary flood wall, near the intersection of Second Street and Pershing Avenue.

At 4:37 p.m., emergency management described the area of inundation as along a five-block stretch of Second Street from Ripley Street to Pershing Avenue. People were rescued off of a roof of at least one building, and Arsenal Bridge has been closed.

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Davenport Fire Department crews conduct water emergency operations along Second Street between Pershing Avenue and Iowa Street in downtown Davenport on April 30, 2019 (Credit: ABC/Karoline Williams)

The Weather Service also reported stranded cars and water rescues underway in the affected area, according to emergency managers.

The Weather Service now says that the water levels behind the levee breach have stabilized, but will likely still increase as the level of the Mississippi goes slightly higher until Wednesday evening.

Gov. Kim Reynolds said in a statement on Twitter that her office was in contact with various state and local officials on the matter, and is making state resources available."

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https://www.kcrg.com/content/news/Failure-of-temporary-flood-walls-in-downtown-Davenport-likely-soon-emergency-managers-say-509283181.html

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Serious Threat of Flooding and Severe Thunderstorms Will Continue in the South and Midwest Through Late Week

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"A serious threat of flooding, along with the risk of severe thunderstorms, will continue in parts of the Midwest and South through late this week.

Major flash flooding occurred Tuesday afternoon and evening in the Houston metro area, prompting numerous water rescues and evacuations. South-central Kansas was also hit hard by flooding overnight, resulting in water rescues, evacuations and a closure of Interstate 35 from the Oklahoma border to near Wichita. There were also 14 reports of tornadoes from West Texas into western Oklahoma on Tuesday."

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https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-05-05-severe-thunderstorms-flooding-rainfall-central-states-early-may

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Floods deluge roads and wreak havoc in east Harris Co. (Texas)

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"HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- As storms move into our area, we're seeing street flooding in Humble, Kingwood, and Atascocita."
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https://abc13.com/weather/worst-of-the-flood-so-far/5289837/

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Oh my..Severe weather FORECAST prompts MANY schools to close - Something BIG brewing...

 

Just around 9:30 in he's talking about Oroville Dam.  Quite a  menu of weather in the  US.

Severe Weather Live Coverage - Historic Storms Possible, Large Tornadoes, Large Hail, Damaging Winds

 

Live feed, don't know how long it continues. Be safe all.

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More than 1 million people ordered to evacuate after heavy rain hits southern Japan

July 1, 2019

"TOKYO (XINHUA, DPA) - Japanese meteorological authorities issued evacuation orders and advisories to around 1.2 million people in south-western Kyushu region on Monday (July 1), warning that heavy rain could cause landslides and flooding in low-lying areas.

The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) says warm, damp air has combined with the seasonal rain front to bring heavy rain mainly to the south-western island of Kyushu.

In Kagoshima prefecture where evacuation orders have been issued to about 6,000 people in 2,859 households, a woman in her 70s was rescued after she was buried by mud that had engulfed her house.

Meanwhile, evacuation advisories are in place in the prefectures of Kagoshima, Miyazaki, Kumamoto and Ehime. Local emergency authorities are calling on residents to move to shelters for safety.

The heavy rain is affecting transportation services in the southern part of Kyushu.

Kyushu Railway Company says the Shinkansen bullet train has been suspended between Kumamoto and Kagoshima-Chuo Station.

Several local trains in the area have also suspended operations. Some portions of highways also have been closed.

Rainfall of up to 200mm was forecast for southern Kyushu and up to 100mm for northern Kyushu, the south-western island of Shikoku and the Kinki region by Tuesday morning, according to the JMA."
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https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/thousands-ordered-to-evacuate-as-heavy-rain-hits-southern-japan

https://news.summtime.com/en/articles/d28b898643a5591ad5193da99bf80e27

Heavy rains prompt evacuation orders in Kagoshima as weather agency warns of mudslides and floods

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2019/07/01/national/heavy-rain-forecast-affect-wide-areas-japan-coming-days/#.XRpaG-hKg2w

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And I suspect that there was a Weather War on going.

I think this massive rain fall was aimed AT G20 duration.

It'd cause loads of havoc for security issues for everyone at G20 if people were to evacuate FROM G20, yeah? All important people of 19 countries cop it at the same time.

So Japanese side must have worked at leased to keep that nasty rain cloud formation away from Osaka region. Talking only about 500km away and time was ticking.

Not saying "it's ok cuz only ordinary people copped the rain" but at least Japan stopped more nasty picture happening at G20.

That massive rain?

I'm looking into the MIMIC data now. I'm suspecting the microwaves were dispatched out from China against the forming clouds so they get bounced off and ARRIVE TO JAPAN.

I have seen it happened NUMEROUS times. 

 

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Washington D.C. Flooding Leads to Water Rescues, Stranded Vehicles

Ron Brackett   July 8, 2019

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"A flash flood emergency was declared Monday morning for the nation's capital and surrounding areas in Maryland and Virginia after the area received nearly a month's worth of rain in an hour.

The heavy rains flooded numerous roads causing dozens of drivers to be stranded.

All lanes of the Capital Beltway’s inner loop shut down about 8:30 a.m. at the American Legion Bridge, the Washington Post reported. A jackknifed tractor trailer blocked all lanes of Interstate 495 between Old Georgetown Road and Route 355, according to Pete Piringer, chief spokesman for Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service.

Rescue crews pulled motorists from cars stranded by the high water in Washington D.C. and many parts of Montgomery County, Maryland. In Virginia, the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department said it had responded to more than 30 calls for swift water rescues by about 9:30 a.m. EDT.

"Everywhere I turned, there was traffic and roads closed," Montgomery County Fire Department spokesperson Pete Piringer told the Associated Press.

The National Archives building was closed after floodwaters inundated the main power vault, according to ABC News. The building houses the Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights, but none of the three documents were impacted by the flooding, the report added.

Flooding was also temporarily reported in the basement of the White House Monday morning.

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https://weather.com/safety/floods/news/2019-07-08-washington-maryland-virginia-flooding-leads-to-water-rescues

 

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