Disasters and Accidents

A trailer park, car dealership and other businesses in El Reno suffered major damage.
Locals reported their houses shook with the force of a blast.
Jill Greninger either fell or was pulled into the machine.
The province of KwaZulu-Natal has been hit by heavy rain and flash flooding for several days, killing over 50 people. Torrential downpours have weakened structures, causing several to collapse or be swept away by mudslides. Floodwaters brought waste into the port of Durban and several roads into the city were closed, according to local media.
Almost 30 people died after the bus overturned on the Portuguese island on Wednesday.
The crew followed all procedure but were unable to prevent the disaster.
Cyclone Idai has torn through Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, bringing a train of destruction and devastating floods. Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi said on 18 March that the overall death toll could exceed 1,000.
“It’s when you go home and you think about it that that’s when the issues start to declare themselves.”
David Ibbotson, who was flying light aircraft that crashed in Channel, has not been found
An exclusion zone has been put in place 500m around the site.
Five people have died with two others injured, after a small plane crashed into a Southern California house. The pilot was the only person in the plane.
Search and rescue efforts to find the more than 300 people missing after a mining dam collapse in Brazil, have resumed. They were temporarily halted when local authorities ordered the evacuation of over 24,000 residents over fears that a second dam may collapse. The order was called off and rescuers have returned to searching. The death toll stands at 58 and is expected to rise as areas dry out and search teams can access more of the Brumadinho village.
Governor Romeu Zema said there was little chance of finding people alive.
Seventy firefighters tackled the blaze in Courchevel.
60 people evacuated from building and 22 injured – four seriously
The incident was caused by a gas leak, police believe.