One month after typhoon in Iucan, Brugas – Neo Delta gets ready for the Isle & City Games

TAIAGO – After more than one month of the passage of the Typhoon Nakoe through the city of Iucan, in the Brugas archipelago (Neo Delta), which has brought destruction to the city and other areas of the islands, efforts are being taken in order to rebuild the most affected places and  get the archipelago ready to host the next edition of the Isle & City Games.

Although Iucan is not expected to host ny sport events (the closest event shall take place in Danipa), the area is well-known for the Jolia Beach and the Janni Dunes, which attract thousands of tourists every year. Most of the events of the Isle and City Games will take place in Taiago, the capital of Brugas, in the newly build Athletic Village. The region was not greatly affected by the typhoon. Even so, the organization of the games decided to hold the beginning of the event.

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Flooding and damaged areas of Iucan – Brugas.

Some areas of Iucan still suffer with eventual floods during rainy periods. The government of Brugas started a campaign to gather money and resources parts of Iucan. It is expected that more six months will be needed to Iucan look like it was before the typhoon.

 

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Blizzard, high winds, ice storm blamed for fatal crashes and power outages; State of emergency declared in Fallbellia, Meredy, Mission Valley, and Sakura

Magehaven (Sakura News Center) – As many locations across the states of Sakura, the Plains of Starryhaven, and southern parts of Northwest Belphenia dig out from their first blizzard, two ice storms leaves Meredy, Fallbellia, and Sakura prefectures in a blanket of ice and widespread power outages in central Belphenia.

The ice storm also caused a number of freeway closures across Remiville and Magehaven when the first ice storm bought rain and snow that led to a massive pileup on Interstate 57 (B 57) in Magehaven killing seven people. In Sephora, a bus and an 18-wheeler were blown off by dangerous wind gusts on a bridge carrying National Route 60 during heavy snowfall, killing a passenger of the 18-wheeler, and 27 people including the bus driver and the driver of the truck were injured. In Hardovia, Gina Mell, a guild master of Hardovia Syndicate, used social media and told people to stay off the roads.

Kyousuke Akameni, a Great Heartist, state leader, and leader of the Ten Shimatsume of Ryushime, declared a state of emergency for the entire state of Sakura. In Remiville’s Scarlet Heart district, at least four electricity pylons near the Scarlet Heart substation collapsed due to the weight of the ice, causing a number of widespread power outages across the city, according to Espco Energy. Residents are advised to use solar power until the power is restored, but Espco Energy is advised by the International Council on Solar Energy that they must let residents use solar power and offer free household solar panel installation for people who do not use alternative power once the weather conditions turn back to normal.

The Stremishire Generating Station, Fallbellia’s main power plant in Carthage, struggled to continue generating power to residents when the second ice storm struck the city until other power plants and substations across eastern Fallbellia and southwest Sakura were hit by the ice storm, causing region-wide power outages. The Fallbellia’s Scale guild in Starryhaven, declared a state of emergency for the entire state of The Plains of Starryhaven.

Constance Kallerina, a locally famous samurai and guild master of Mission Sight who rules the prefecture of Mission Valley, declared a state of emergency. Peter Hallahan of Meredy Prefecture also declared a state of emergency as a precaution as well.

Power companies across central Belphenia are working hard to get the power restored in the affected areas, according to the Belphenia Energy and Power Company and the International Council on Solar Energy. In Remiville and Carthage, power is expected to be restored within 24 hours if the weather conditions return back to normal.

Belphenian heat wave lasted 6 days; 37 dead, more than 620 hospitalized

At least 37 people died and more than 620 people were taken to the hospital Monday, apparently suffering from heat-related symptoms as most parts of Belphenia continues to bake under scorching temperatures of over 100°F (38.0°C).

It was the sixth day in the row when temperatures soared past 105 degrees (40°C) or higher were registered in most parts of the country.

In the sandy, desert regions of Catherina, New Eriwynne, temperatures soared to 120 degrees (48°C), making it the highest recorded temperature reading in Belphenian history, while Shadowsnow City and Stonewynne reached 115 degrees. In Zerephine, Zerephine City broke the old 2005 record at 109 degrees, making it the highest recorded temperature ever in the city’s history this year at 112 degrees. In the state of Sakura, the city of Remiville saw temperatures soared to 105 degrees (40°C) as the State of Sakura’s highest temperature ever recorded that broke the old 2011 record set at 102°F (38°C). In the Shirahoshi Delta, Calumet City reached 107°F (41°C), two degrees hotter than the old 2002 record at 105 degrees.

Power outages and disruptions were reported in Zerephine City, Shadowsnow City, Catherina, Erzanna City, Clearmeadow, Cadendandra, and Seralia City as well.

In Shadowsnow City, a 54-year-old man suffered from heat exhaustion and was taken to the hospital. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. In the suburbs of Shirahoshi, Hailagord, a girl was taken to the hospital after collapsing on an alleyway while walking to an ice cream shop in Dolton. In Imogene, Hailagord, two women became ill after playing tennis at a recreational center, and were taken to a hospital for heat exhaustion. The three people in Shirahoshi were not in serious condition.

State and Prefecture governments are urging people to stay hydrated, stay cool and stay informed, and avoid opening fire hydrants.

Blizzard hits Malojdeh, south Neo Delta

MALOJDEH – One of the worst winters in many decades for the southern Neo Delta is bringing a major storm now hitting the capital of the country, Malojdeh,since Tuesday morning and it must continue during the next days. A few weeks ago, meteorologists identified a storm forming east of Elhadon Island. It shall produce record snowfall in regions that go from Fragopol to South Entrance. Authorities have recommended people in these areas to stay indoors and travels to be canceled.

Malojdeh hit by snowstorm. Source: Pixabay.
Malojdeh hit by snowstorm. Source: Pixabay.

If you must go outside, dress for the weather. Outer clothing should be tightly woven and water-repellent. The jacket should have a hood. Visibility shall be limited during heavy blowing snow and drivers must be carefull. Schools, universities and public buildings shall close during the next two days, according to the government of most cities hit by the storm. If snow is excessive or a roof shows signs of distress, contact a professional who is experienced in safe snow removal procedures. Unsafe procedures may cause personal injury and structural damage.

Further snowstorms are likely in the coming days. Chubbet, for example, could see another 20 to 30cm of snow over coming weekend, with further snow showers early the following week. Temperatures throughout the next 10 days are likely to remain mostly below freezing, with -10ºC in Malojdeh and -13ºC in East Zaudge.