Predictions 9-6-18

Alaska.. earthquake.. 7

Most likely they mean the 7th.

Texas.. shooting..

Spirit mentioned 15, it could be about the Texas shooting, however it might just be marked. This prediction might be linked to

More landslides and mudslides are approaching.

These messages were marked as events coming soon.

I had a visual of a tape. “Literally not good.. this happens again.. words.. cruel vicious .” – Sounds like another tape recording involving the president

165 thoughts on “Predictions 9-6-18

  1. Earthquake wise, today’s been pretty shaky: I mentioned in Eric’s previous blog a deep 7.8 quakes had hit Fiji around 2am Aussie time, but that the real danger was yet to come from shallower quakes in the region, with a definite possibility of a tsunami.
    Since then there has been multiple quakes in and around Fiji.
    Also there’s been a 5.6 in Panama region, 6.2 Ecuador and a 5.2 in Chile.

  2. Thank you so much Eric. So enjoy your e-mails and prophetic forecasts. You are wonderful and I pray your health has gotten better and that of your familiy

    You are very accurate and timing is hard because the predictions come from a timeless dimension but I always open your e-mails first. Janis Christiansen

    Sent from my Galaxy Tab® E

  3. Eric SWC
    My guide Singer …just brought in San Francisco again ..
    And Italy …

  4. Has Spirit told you how many more years until climate change is finally accepted as a fact and taken seriously by our government and both parties?

  5. SWC/Eric. Wanted to add this channeling of MLK from David Johnson. He mentions a shooter in the beginning…though the whole video is excellent in my opinion!😃 Very uplifting I thought. He has another video where he had channeled Abraham Lincoln who also had mentioned a warning for shooters. So this is the second time it’s been mentioned. For those interested here is that video. Blessings❤️

  6. The constant weather predictions…I was told this in a dream last night:

    ‘The old Quatrain was given, and none heard it…for MABUS did happen, and none saw – woe to those who can’t see the trees for the forest of make believe’

    I woke up to look up what the Nostradamus quatrain actually said about ‘MABUS’…but it ‘sounded wrong’ (like I was told the way it should be read, and it differed from what the writing said)…

    The original is translated as:
    Mabus then will soon die, there will come
    Of people and beasts a horrible rout:
    Then suddenly one will see vengeance,
    Hundred, hand, thirst, hunger when the comet will run.

    but I remember the dream explicitly telling me that the ‘hundred, hand’ was about colossal storms…this is the way it should be read (as I was shown):

    MABUS (McCain, Aretha, Burt Reynolds, of the U.S.), then more will die, then will come
    of people & beasts a horrible defeat
    as suddenly, revenge we will see;
    As giant storms completely devour, when the comet runs.

    Sounded rather corny with three ‘celebrities’ filling the previously-unknown ‘MABUS’, but then I realized that McCain’s ‘call-sign’ in the Navy was ‘Maverick’ and Reynolds was known for ‘The Bandit’…both ‘signs of rebellion’ and both keeping with their ‘name’s first letter’…seemed a bit coincidental…but if so, HORRIFIC STORMS will kill MANY…and it seems to build and build…
    There are also two major comets expected before year’s end…one running now (until December), the other maximizing between late November and early December…

    1. How fascinating Logan. I’ve often tried to work out the MABUS name of Nostradamus. Your interpretation makes so much sense. Maybe you could get what SELIN, another of the ‘characters’ of Nostradamus, means.

      1. Well, Chyren (which means Indian or Hindu Holy Saint) is only mentioned once…and is only mentioned once in the phrase ‘Chyren Selin’, though Selin is mentioned several times in Nostradamus’ works…I’ve read through them, but never professed to know what they all mean, other than the ‘most popular’ are VERY wrongly translated, to start with…and even-worse interpreted from that point.

        That said, the specific quatrain that both words appear in (C6Q27) says:
        Within the Isles of five rivers with vn,
        By the crescent of the great Chyren Selin:
        By the bruynes of the fury of the vn,
        Six escapes hide lyn burdens.

        The Isle of the Five Rivers is, in Greek Legend, Hades (not a bad, or good place, per se, just A PLACE ruled by a ruler likewise named). HOWEVER, it is broken into ‘sections’, and the specific place ‘Tartarus’ IS a bad place (equivalent to Christian ‘Hell’)…this is NOT mentioned in C6Q27…so we shouldn’t jump to conclusions.

        It says that within HADES, by the crescent of the great ‘Chyren Selin’ (Indian Holy Saint Selin), by the burning of the fury of the underworld, six escapes hide the lying burden.

        This sounds like a ‘false holy man’ who has done wrong has had six lucky escapes by hiding behind lies. Now, to throw a twist into it….in Nostradamus’ time, ‘Selin’ was a FEMALE SURNAME! So, whether it is a ‘female hidden in disguise’ or a female serving in some ‘holy function’, I can’t address…nor can I tell of you if ‘female’ was to be considered in what Nostradamus wrote…but in our current day-and-age, that a holy person did wrong and lied to cover it up, really means nothing in the grander scheme of things…

        Hope this helps…though it doesn’t appear to…

  7. For detailed world earthquake analysis and predictive analysis check out dutchsinse YouTube channel. Very detailed work he is doing.

    1. Eric, this is recently happened in Dallas. The white female police officer entered the wrong apt after ended her shift and shot the black neighbor. Very heartbroken…the black male would be 27 this Sept 29th. He was a good person described by his family.

      I’m assuming it may not be related to Texas shooting but what would happen on the 15th….think this incident would be the aftermath shooting? Hope not.

  8. big warning for christchurch new zealand.
    news article.
    where do u park a death star.

    whats about to go down is a quake in christchurch a big one as expected by this site.

    what an odd news article. and look down the page. death star icon right on christchurch.

    what did the death star do in the movie.
    send a laser. make a quake. blow up a planet.

    wait for it.

    1. the main page from stuff read where do u park a death star.

      scroll half way down the page.

      1. i wont be surprised if somethi g happens in christchurch very soon and nelson as that city also mentioned. top.of north island.

    2. also note auckland mentioned this news item. id say something from space will fall and hit auckland.
      three cities mentioned.

      meteor strike

      have an open mind…

  9. Eric,
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    11 dead, after flash floods, mudslides hit

    Nicaragua 🇳🇮. Honduras 🇭🇳 ,El Salvador , Costa Rica 🇨🇷 And Guatemala 🇬🇹

  10. Eric,
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    UK 🇬🇧
    Event details

    Extreme Weather in United Kingdom on October 10 2018 05:23 AM (UTC).

    Extensive flooding and landslides have caused problems in parts of Scotland following prolonged heavy rain. In Oban, a number of low-lying areas were submerged in deep water, leaving vehicles stranded. In Wester Ross, the occupants of a car had to be rescued from flooding on the A832 Badachro junction, near Gairloch. And multiple landslips closed the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll, with a diversion of almost 60 miles in place. A Met Office yellow “be aware” warning for heavy rain is in force across much of western Scotland until midnight. On Tuesday evening, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) had four flood warnings still in force – for Strathglass, Moy Bridge, Glen Lyon and Spey Dam to Newtonmore – and a number of flood alerts. In Oban, much of the retail park on Lochavullin road has been submerged. Police were advising people to avoid Lochavullin Road and Lynn Road. A spokeswoman for Argyll and Bute Council said there were a number of low lying sections of Oban, surrounding Lochavullin, which were flooded. She said: “The standing water is caused by the exceptional amount of rain recently, augmented by higher tides than usual and the strength of the wind backing up the Black Lynn towards the flooded area. “There are pumps in the area which will cope with reasonable quantities of water but not the volume of water we have experienced over the weekend and the start of the week.” The A83 at the Rest and be Thankful has been particularly prone to landslides, and work has been carried out in recent years to reduce the risk to drivers. Bear Scotland said about 2,500 tonnes of debris had been caught in the recently-installed landslip “catch fences” above the road. A spokeswoman said four of the fences had stopped the majority of material from reaching the A83, but a large boulder had damaged one of the fences and some debris had reached the A83 carriageway and the Old Military Road below. A spokeswoman said prolonged heavy rain throughout Tuesday prevented teams from safely accessing the slope to investigate the potential for any further landslips. They are now planning to access the slope above the carriageway at first light on Wednesday to carry out a full geotechnical inspection and evaluate its stability before clear-up operations can get underway. Western Ferries have been running a four-vessel service to keep traffic moving between Argyll and Inverclyde while the road is closed. A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “We are very aware of the importance of the A83 to this region and L66m has been spent on the maintenance of this route since 2007. This includes over L9.6m towards landslide mitigation works and the local diversion route at the Rest and Be Thankful. “Work has already begun on a further L2m worth of mitigation measures, including additional roadside catch-pits, to help improve the resilience of the A83 and to help keep Argyll open for business.”

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    11 dead…

    Event details

    Landslide in Colombia on October 11 2018 05:14 PM (UTC).

    An overnight landslide caused by heavy rains killed 11 people, including four children, in the central Colombian town of Marquetalia, the country’s disaster relief agency said on Thursday. The landslide, which occurred around 2:30 a.m. local time, sent part of a hillside onto several houses, photos posted on Twitter by the disaster relief agency for Caldas province showed. “The official information of what occurred in Marquetalia is of 11 people dead, the number of the missing is still not exact and the terrain is being evaluated for a preventative evacuation of families,” the provincial agency said. The landslide also injured four people, the national disaster relief agency said in a statement, adding that rescue operations are temporarily suspended because of continuing rain. Vice-President Marta Lucia Ramirez will visit the area with disaster officials, President Ivan Duque told journalists after arriving in eastern Arauca province for a security meeting. Landslides are common in mountainous Colombia, especially during rainy season and in areas where precarious informal housing and narrow roadways are constructed on deforested Andean hillsides.

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    Event details

    Storm Surge in Italy on October 30 2018 08:42 AM (UTC).

    Italy has declared the highest level of storm warning for the North of the country. Heavy rains caused flooding, landslides, 70% of Venice was under water, flooding threatens the entire region. According to DW, the most suffered from elements Liguria, Lombardy, Friuli, Veneto and Trento in the North and Abruzzo in the Central part, and also Sicily. According to an RSOE EDIS user report, last night the coast of the Italian region Liguria has been struck by tidal waves so strong to cause extensive damage. The village of Portofino is totally isolated as the only road was wiped away by the sea. The marina of Sestri Levante was flooded and boats were dragged into the village. The waves were so strong to destroy the walls of the marina of the town of Celle causing extensive damage.

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    China 🇨🇳
    Event details

    Landslide in China on November 07 2018 04:47 AM (UTC).

    Nearly 10,000 people in southwest China’s Sichuan Province have been evacuated after a landslide blocked the Jinsha River and the water level of a barrier lake continued to rise. The information office of Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture government in Sichuan said Tuesday that, as of 3 p.m., 9,964 people including local residents and workers along the river have been evacuated. A large landslide hit the border area between Sichuan and Tibet Saturday, leading to the formation of a barrier lake. The downstream area of the Jinsha River has been cut off by the blockade while the upstream water level keeps rising. The water level of the barrier lake has risen 33.88 meters since Saturday. Police and militiamen have been sent to help evacuate locals and keep order. The landslide-hit area will see a significant drop in temperatures in the following days, with snow and rain predicted to hit the area.

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    Ecuador 🇪🇨
    At least 9 people have been killed and 8 injured after heavy rain caused landslides in Limon Indanza Canton, Ecuador’s Morona Santiago Province on November 24, 2018.

    According to the National Risk and Emergency Management Service, 150 people were evacuated, 9 were killed, 8 injured and 5 remain missing. The landslides damaged 14 homes and destroyed 6.

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    Russia 🇷🇺
    Event details

    Landslide in Russia on January 13 2019 05:07 AM (UTC).

    Russian military engineers will try to blow up piles of rock that blocked the flow of water in the Bureya water reservoir in Russia’s Far East after a massive rockslide in December, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Saturday. “Specialists of the Russian Engineer Troops are preparing for work to blow up water passages in the massive pile of rock that had been formed in the Bureya water reservoir,” the ministry said in a statement. Military engineers have already conducted a survey of the region and are now trying to decide on ways to carry out the operation. At present, drilling equipment and explosive charges are being delivered to the area. A massive rockslide blocked the Bureya River on December 11, 2018. Experts fear that if the flow of water is not restored, nearby settlements, roads and facilities of the Baikal-Amur Mainline rail link may be inundated when snow begins to melt in spring.

  16. Eric,
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    Event details

    Landslide in Indonesia on January 29 2019 04:40 AM (UTC).

    Two people were killed and 12 others injured after a landslide buried a house in Ban village, Karangasem, Bali, on Sunday, following torrential rain. All the victims were members of the same family. The dead victims were identified as Ni Ketut Puspa Wati, 28, and Ni Komang Mertini, 19. The Bali Disaster Mitigation Agency reported that a 6-meter hillside behind the house slumped and buried the house while the family watched television on Sunday evening. “All the family members were in the house and were trapped inside,” the agency’s head, Dewa Putu Mantera said. Around 15 minutes later, one of the residents, I Komang Andre, escaped from the house and raised the alarm among neighbors. “A joint operation was immediately conducted by Karangasem Disaster Mitigation Agency and the police, as well as the Search and Rescue Agency,” he said. Dewa said four victims were receiving medical treatment at Karangasem Hospital while other victims were treated at the community health center (puskesmas). Several hydro-meteorological disasters, such as floods and landslides primarily caused by wind and rain, have hit Indonesia in recent days. Dozens of people have been killed and thousands displaced since last week. The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) had previously warned that statistically, January and February is the peak time for hydro-meteorological disasters, given the rainfall patterns over the last 20 years. “The rainy season has begun in almost all regions in Indonesia, with a tendency for extreme rain. There are also other factors, such as tropical cyclones, urban spatial planning and administrative readiness to minimize the impact,” BMKG spokesman Taufan Maulana told The Jakarta Post on Monday. National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) spokesperson Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said deforestation and damage to watersheds had contributed to the increasing number of hydro-meteorological disasters over the years. The agency recorded that the worst disaster in the past week was in South Sulawesi, with at least 69 people killed and 6,700 others displaced in floods and landslides that hit 12 regencies and one city across the province. Of these deaths, 46 were in Gowa, 14 in Jeneponto, four in Maros and one in the provincial capital of Makassar.

  17. Eric,SWC,
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    Event details

    Landslide in USA on April 09 2019 04:44 AM (UTC).

    A mudslide in Pinecrest Canyon has caused one family to evacuate their home. A homeowner tells us around 4:45 p.m. Sunday, she was inside her house when she heard a loud noise. She looked outside and saw a mudslide. Law enforcement tells us the mudslide was triggered by the warmer temperatures and the melting snow. “This is just the start of it, once it starts warming up and we get all the melt off, this is actually the third mudslide we’ve had this year we had another one lower in Pinecrest Canyon and we had one in Emigration Canyon this is obviously the bigger of the three, I don’t believe this will be the last, there will be more,” says Sergeant James Blanton with the Unified Police Department. The homeowner in the area tells us the mudslide did damage her home, taking out her hot tub. “The mudslide came down by one of the cabin areas up here and took out a hot tub and then made a big groove all the way through the property down to the roadway,” said Sergeant Blanton. County engineers are assessing the land in Pinecrest Canyon, but it could be a few days before the family can return to their home. The homeowner tells us there is still activity at the top, where the mudslide originated, and she’s worried about further damage to her home.

  18. Eric,SWC,
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    PNG (Papua New Guinea 🇬🇳)
    At least 8 people have been killed and 4 remain missing after a devastating mudslide hit two remote villages in Papua New Guinea’s remote Enga Province on April 15, 2018. Search and rescue operations are still in progress.

    Local authorities said Kalepata village was completely wiped out. Some of the homes had been buried by 6 to 7 m (20 – 23 feet) of earth, rocks and trees.

    “Well over a hundred buildings and homes, food gardens, crops, trees, banyan, trees, vegetables, the vegetation.. massive, masive destruction,” Michael Kambao, a provincial government lawyer living in the area said.

    Smith said entire hillsides are missing… ‘their innards cleaving a muddy stream down Tsak valley.’

  19. Eric,SWC

    India 🇮🇳

    More than 3 000 vehicles are stranded after landslides affected various parts of Jammu-Srinagar national highway between Ramban and Binihal, Jammu and Kashmir, India since midnight (LT) on April 18, 2019.

    The landslides first erupted at Monkey Morh around 12 in the night, SSP Traffic (NH) J S Johar said, as reported by The Indian Express. “While the road clearance work was in progress, the highway was closed due to landslides in Anokhi Fall area as well,” he said.

  20. Eric,SWC,

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    Worldwide landslides 🌎
    More than 1 000 people have been killed across the world so far this year as a result of an unusually high number of landslides, according to landslides expert Dr. Dave Petley, Vice-President (Research and Innovation) at the University of Sheffield, UK.

    Even though the first 3 months of the year are usually the least active period, 2019 has already seen an unusual level of landsliding worldwide, with fatalities totaling over 1 000 to date, Petley said April 18.

    “Significant losses have occurred in rainfall-induced events in Africa, South America, Southeast Asia and in East Asia, as well as in mining and construction induced landslides.”

  21. Eric,
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    China 🇨🇳
    Large Landslide..
    A large landslide triggered by sudden heavy rainstorms left at least 4 people missing in SW China’s Chongqing Municipality (population 30 500 000) on Friday, April 19, 2019.

    Chongqing’s Guanba Township was hit by heavy rainfall, authorities said Saturday, triggering a large landslide in which two houses collapsed, leaving 4 residents missing.

    Xinhua reported 169.8 mm (6.68 inches) in 24 hours, and 12 000 m3 (424 000 ft3) of soil landslides.

    Heavy to excessive rainfall is expected across the region in the days ahead, particularly over SE China.

  22. Eric,
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    Colombia 🇨🇴
    Massive landslide
    At least 17 people have been killed and 25 are still missing after a massive landslide hit the province of Cauca, southwestern Columbia early Sunday, April 21, 2019.

    The event took place in a remote mountainous area in Rosas municipality after several days of heavy rain.

    Colombia’s disaster relief agency said a large part of the mountain broke off, burying at least 8 houses. At least 8 people have been killed but the death toll could rise- search and rescue operations continue as several people remain missing.

    Local media reports mention at least 25 people still buried.

    A massive pile of debris has also blocked a stretch of the Pan-American Highway.

  23. Eric,SWC,
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    South Africa 🇿🇦
    At least 33 people have been killed after floods and mudslides hit the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, especially its port city of Durban, on April 21 and 22, 2019. Search and rescue operations are in progress and the death toll is expected to rise. Heavy rain is expected to last at least through Wednesday, April 24.

    The province is experiencing heavy rain since the start of the Easter weekend, resulting in flooded roads, collapsed buildings and downed power poles.

  24. Eric,SWC,

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    Southern China 🇨🇳
    Heavy rainfall is affecting parts of southern, eastern and central China over the past couple of days, causing floods and landslides. At least 7 people have been killed and more than 200 000 affected.

    Seven cities across 21 counties of China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region experienced heavy rainfall since Saturday, May 25, 2019, causing flooding and landslides.

  25. Eric,
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    Uganda 🇺🇬
    Event details

    Landslide in Uganda on June 05 2019 02:42 PM (UTC).

    At least five people have been confirmed dead following fresh landslides in Bududa district. More than 50 others are reported missing since the landslide that came with a heavy downpour on Tuesday evening. Reports indicate that the rains started yesterday at around 8:30pm, mostly affecting the areas of Bunamwamba North, Bunamwamba Main and, Bunamwamba South in Buwaali sub-county. About 150 houses were reportedly razed by the landslides, according to the Uganda Red Cross Society. The deceased include Mary Cerina Kibone, 73, Patrick Wakuwema, 4, Seera Miriam Alice, 7, Mary Kimono, 13, and another male child whose names are not yet known. The bodies of the deceased are currently at Bukalasi police post. It is said that landslides swept through over 100 homes. The Office of the Prime Minister says that search and rescue teams have been sent on the ground to work with local authorities and other agencies to establish the facts to inform the next course of immediate action. In the meantime, people living on risky and dangerous slopes of Mt Elgon have been advised to move away and seek shelter with friends and relatives in lower and safer grounds as the rains continue. The latest landslide comes a few months after the government started resettling the first batch of the survivors of the October 11, 2018 landslides in the same area and other places in Bugisu sub-region to Bulambuli resettlement on May 19. In the first phase, 101 houses have been built in Bulambuli out of a planned 900 houses. In total, over 100,000 people living precariously on the slopes of Mount Elgon are estimated to be at great danger and requiring relocation. The second phase of construction of 140 houses is underway.

  26. Eric,
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    Uganda 🇺🇬
    Multiple Landslides ..dead and missing

    Multiple landslides caused by heavy rains left at least 5 people dead and dozens missing in Uganda’s Bududa District on June 4 and 5, 2019.

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    Event details

    Landslide in Indonesia on June 24 2019 05:28 AM (UTC).

    Three people have been killed and two others injured on Sunday when they were hit by rocks that fell from the cliff of the Salak Beach Waterfall in Batang Serangan, Langkat regency, North Sumatra. The three fatalities have been identified as Medan residents Irham Efendi Lubis, 38, Raidah, 37, and Rahel Qory, 9. “They were underwater when the rocks fell on them from the cliff above them,” Langkat Police spokesperson Adj. Comr. Arnold Hasibuan said on Sunday. “The victims were positioned right below the falling rocks, so they did not have any time to flee,” he added. Arnold said the accident happened at 1:20 p.m., when the waterfall was packed with visitors.

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    Landslide in Taiwan on June 24 2019 09:41 AM (UTC).

    A landslide brought on by heavy rains over the weekend hemmed in residents of a community in New Taipei City this morning (June 24). At 8 a.m. this morning as the Central Weather Bureau had issued a heavy rain advisory for 16 counties and cities in Taiwan, a landslide rushed across Xiushan Road before smashing into a nearby apartment building. Xiushan Road immediately became cut off from traffic in both directions. A resident of the community, Chang Chin-hao, immediately alerted authorities and the Xizhi District Office also dispatched crews and equipment to clear the road as soon as possible, reported UDN. Chen Chien-min, director of the Xizhi District Office told UDN that the machinery had been urgently dispatched to the scene to clear the road of dirt and rocks. Initially, residents of the “European Federation” apartment complex were trapped in their building, completely unable to get out. Because earth and rocks were still falling as crews worked to clear debris, cars were not allowed to pass through. The office has asked contractors to clear the road for traffic as soon as possible. The New Taipei City Department of Public Works said that the district office is dealing with the situation. Chu Ti-chih, Director of the New Taipei City Department of Public Works, Feng Chao-lin, Director of the New Taipei City Maintenance Department, and engineers were on the scene assessing the stability of the upper slope. If urgent action is needed, the Maintenance Department will take immediate measures to stabilize it, according to officials.

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    Vietnam 🇻🇳
    Heavy rainfall has been affecting northern Vietnam, particularly the districts of Muong Te, Sa Pa and Nam Nhun of northern Lai Châu Province since June 24, causing flash floods and triggering landslides, DG ECHO reports.

    According to media reports, as of June 26, one person died and three are missing. At least 30 houses have been flooded, several roads, including the national highway and the provincial highway, have been damaged by landslides and a bridge collapsed.

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    Mexico 🇲🇽
    Event details

    Landslide in Mexico on July 12 2019 09:58 AM (UTC).

    Seven died, including four those under 18, of the same family, due to landslides in Mexico. On Thursday, nearby officials said that the incident happened on Wednesday night at Saint Thomas Chautala, 15 km in the city of Puebla. Due to heavy downpours here, a part of the hill collapsed. Based on the security agency, the children of the loved ones had passed in the examination. Every member of the family was celebrating at home in joy. At 8 o’clock during the night, a part of the mountain fell upon their house with landslides. After the incident, two children were taken to a healthcare facility and rescued. Officials have said that due to the weighty rain and threat of landslides, people living on hills plus river banks were evacuated from your house. In Puebla, General Admin of the Government Fernando Manjilla, right after tweeting after inspecting the site associated with the disaster, said, “Our aim would be to prevent another tragedy so that no one else dies.”

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    Japan 🇯🇵
    Event details

    Extreme Weather in Japan on July 21 2019 04:14 AM (UTC).

    Unstable atmospheric conditions caused by moist air flowing into a tropical storm are dumping heavy rain in some parts of western Japan, especially the northern Kyushu region. Weather officials are calling on residents to be on the alert for landslides and flooding. The Meteorological Agency says developed rain clouds are covering northern Kyushu as moist air flowing into tropical storm Danas, which has moved to the Korean Peninsula, made atmospheric conditions unstable. During the one-hour period through 5 a.m. on Sunday, 64.5 millimeters of rain was recorded in Asakura city, Fukuoka Prefecture, and 54 millimeters of rain was recorded at the Saga airport. Weather officials have issued a landslide alert for some parts of Fukuoka, Saga, Oita, Miyazaki, and Hiroshima prefectures. More than 50 millimeters of rain per hour could fall in some parts of western Japan through Sunday evening. During the 24-hour period through Monday morning, the northern Kyushu and Shikoku regions could have as much as 150 millimeters of rain, and southern Kyushu could get as much as 120 millimeters of rain. Weather officials are warning of landslides and swollen rivers, as well as lightning and gusts of wind.

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    A large landslide caused by heavy monsoon rains hit southern Myanmar on August 9, 2019, burying 10 houses and leaving at least 15 people dead. At least 30 others are missing.

    According to Myanmar Fire Services Department, the landslide took place as the mountainside of Ma-lat mountain collapsed in Paung Township, Mon State.

    At least 15 people have been killed, 30 are still missing and 27 have been injured. Search and rescue operations are still in progress.

    The landslide hit at the base of a mountain just after 08:00 local time, a member of the rescue team said.

    “It is difficult to tell detailed figures of casualties as search and rescue operations are still being carried out,” Dr. Aung Naing Oo, deputy speaker of Mon state Parliament, told Xinhua.

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    Landslide in Iceland on August 20 2019 11:57 AM (UTC).

    A large rockslide fell from Reynisfjall mountain onto Reynisfjara beach this morning. The easternmost part of the beach, which is a popular tourist destination, has been closed off by the police. Travellers are asked to respect the closure, as a number of travellers were spotted crossing the yellow police border which zoned off the area. The area which the rockslide fell on is often filled with travellers. Luckily, it is not known that there were any travellers in the area at the time. A policeman from the South Iceland police arrived at the scene this morning and witnessed the remains of the rockslide, which appears to have been significant in size. The Icelandic Met Office has dispatched an avalanche watch employee to inspect the area. Sveinn Brynjolfsson, from the avalanche watch, stated that the rock is clearly unstable. “We will try to assess it today and figure out whether there are more fractures which rock could fall from,” Sveinn stated that rock slides fall from the mountain quite regularly and that the weather is not directly connected to the event. “Large rock slides have fallen from the area which faces the populated areas,” he stated. Yesterday, a number of rocks fell down from the mountain onto the beach and at least three visitors were injured. Among them was a child which injured its foot and a young male who sustained a head injury. The injuries are not considered severe at this point in time. Today’s rock slide is believed to have been at the very least several tons. The sea closest to the area where the rock slide fell has turned a brown color. The black sand Reynisfjara beach is one of the most popular traveler destinations in Iceland. Situated in South Iceland, close to Vik i Mýrdal, it is home to the Reynisdrangar sea stacks not far from the shore as well as basalt columns inside a cave on the beach. The ripper waves in the area are especially dangerous, so travellers are advised to stay out of the water. In 2016, a fatal accident took place as a Chinese traveller lost his life after having been ripped out to sea.

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    China 🇨🇳
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    Landslide in China on August 22 2019 04:12 AM (UTC).

    Nine people were killed and 35 were missing after multiple mudslides struck Aba Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture in Sichuan province on Tuesday, local authorities said. As of 7 pm on Tuesday, rain-triggered disasters had affected 17 townships in the prefecture, injuring six people, three severely, according to the prefectural emergency management bureau. Aba has had about 25 days of rainfall since July 1, greatly increasing the saturation of the soil, creating a situation prone to geological disasters like landslides and mudslides, according to Weather China, the weather forecast website of China Meteorological Administration. West China Hospital based in Chengdu has sent a helicopter to the prefecture and taken those seriously injured to hospital. By Tuesday night, more than 34,000 tourists had evacuated Wenchuan county, which was hit by multiple mudslides following heavy rainfall. Efforts to help roughly 13,000 tourists evacuate the area are underway. Local authorities are also making efforts to help more than 12,000 trapped tourists evacuate the Wolong special administrative zone in Wenchuan. About 280 firefighters are clearing highways across the prefecture. Villagers have also joined them. By about 2 pm on Wednesday, the highway between Wenchuan and Maoxian county had reopened, local authorities said. Four other roads are only accessible to rescue vehicles: Lixian county to Wenchuan; Sanjiang county to Chengdu; Gengda to Chengdu; and Maoxian county to Beichuan county. Local authorities did not know when other roads would reopen. Water and power supplies remained disrupted in the affected counties, and firefighters are transporting fresh water to Lixian county and other places in need. Mobile companies are providing signals using satellite vans in areas like Wenchuan and Yingxiu. The China Meteorological Administration said that rainfall will subside in western and northern areas of Sichuan, where most of the mudslides occurred. However, experts with the administration said that the middle part of the province is more likely to have heavy rain in the next few days that could trigger mountain torrents, and governments and residents there should be prepared to control and prevent disasters.

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    China 🇨🇳
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    Landslide in China on September 05 2019 08:06 AM (UTC).

    Local authorities said that 9 people are missing as a landslide hit Yunnan province in southwest China. The landslide was triggered by heavy rain and it occurred at 4:40 a.m. in Qiaonjia country in Zhaotong city. An emergency response was launched and rescuers were dispatched to the site.

    Norway 🇳🇴
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    Landslide in Norway on September 05 2019 01:17 PM (UTC).

    A mountain range in southern Norway is in serious danger of landslides after overnight rain and snowfall, Norwegian authorities said Thursday. Norway’s Water Resources and Energy Directorate announced its assessment Thursday about the Mannen mountains, 350 kilometers (215 miles) northwest of Oslo. Rockslide risks there have been reported since 2014. That year, authorities became aware of an abnormally large movement of land. Movements of up to 70 centimeters (27.6 inches) a day were recorded Thursday. That compares with an average rate of 1-2 centimeters (0.4-0.8 inches) per year. More and more rocks are falling, the Directorate said. On Wednesday, movements of about 30 centimeters (12 inches) were recorded in the upper part of the Veslemannen mountain, a smaller but “very active” part of the range, the agency said. It kept in place a red alert for the area. As a precaution, a nearby train line was closed and 11 people living nearby were evacuated. Authorities have tried in vain to trigger a landslide by pumping water onto the unstable area.

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    MT. Rainier
    ASHFORD, Wash. – Landslides, washouts and floodwaters will keep roads into Mount Rainier National Park closed until further notice, state transportation officials said.

    The damage, triggered by last week’s driving rain, has essentially cut off people who live in the town of Ashford, with portions of State Route 706 buried in soupy debris up to six feet deep. Several hundred people live in the affected area, according to local residents.

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    Colombia 🇨🇴

    Torrential rains and hailstorms lash parts of Colombia, widespread flooding and damaging landslides reported

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    Major landslide hits Kundiawa-Gembogl, Papua New Guinea

    A major landslide hit the Kegesuglo area in the district of Kundiawa-Gembogl, Papua New Guinea, on Friday, April 10, 2020, resulting in at least 10 fatalities and widespread damage. Eight of the bodies were retrieved over the weekend, while the last two were recovered on Monday, April 13.

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