Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM! Atlanta Airport + Tacoma Amtrak + Mexico Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Bus Excursion Crash!

Bizarre - life imitating art

Three DOOM events took place over three days involving three modes of transportation:
  1. Planes
  2. Trains
  3. Automobiles 
I thought on this Tuesday Morning before the Bus crash and wondered what the Automobile doom event  would be. I also wonder if ISIS was savvy enough to mock Americans by creating three terror events mimicking the movie Planes, Trains And Automobiles - could ISIS pull off such an event - would anyone catch on?

No. Muslims aren't clever enough.

My guess - it was Demons of the Darksome Atmosphere that had a hand in this.

Read about the Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM


Atlanta could face a WEEK of travel misery: World's busiest airport finally restores power after fire causes 11-hour blackout, cancels 1,200 flights and strands tens of thousands of passengers  

Power has been restored at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport after an outage caused by a fire led to more than 1,200 flight cancellations.  Passengers were left stranded on planes on the tarmac and in darkened terminals at the world's busiest airport following the blackout on Sunday.  Even though power was finally restored at close to midnight Sunday, the incident continued to wreak havoc on holiday travel plans for thousands of people hit by airline cancellations extending into Monday and beyond.    Georgia Power said it believes a failure of its equipment may have started the fire and in a written statement, the firm said: 'While evaluation of the incident is ongoing, Georgia Power believes that a piece of Georgia Power switchgear located in an underground electrical facility could have failed and started a fire.  'This fire was located adjacent to redundant circuit cables and switching mechanisms serving the airport and those cables were damaged, resulting in the outage and loss of redundant service methods.'    Hundreds of flights are currently cancelled and the backlog could mean travel chaos lasting up to a week as airlines claw back their postponed flights.      Delta said it was cancelling about 300 flights on Monday, on top of the 900 Sunday cancellations as a result of the Atlanta outage.   But on the airport's portal, swathes of flights from a range of airlines from Qantas to Virgin Atlantic were listed as cancelled with only a handful showing up as on time.  Source


Several dead after Amtrak train traveling at 80 mph derails from bridge onto I-5  

An Amtrak train on its inaugural run of a newly opened, faster rail line careened off the tracks near Olympia early Monday, sending rail cars off an overpass onto rush-hour traffic on Interstate 5 in a derailment that killed at least three people, injured scores of others and littered the freeway and nearby woods with a twisted chain of wreckage.  Aside from the dead, about 80 people suffered injuries ranging from minor scrapes to life-threatening wounds and were taken to various hospitals for treatment. Passengers who survived the deadly wreck and motorists who witnessed it later recounted a surreal domino effect as, one by one, 13 of the train’s 14 railcars toppled from the track, with parts of the train left dangling from the railway span.  Shortly after 7:30 a.m., the Portland-bound train had just come out of a curve when it plunged off the tracks with nearly 80 passengers and seven crew members aboard, along a stretch of the just-opened Point Defiance Bypass in DuPont. Source


12 reported dead as tourist bus crashes in Mexico

Twelve cruise ship passengers on an excursion in Mexico’s Yucatán region died after their tour bus flipped on a two-lane highway early Tuesday, officials said. It was one of the deadliest incidents ever related to a cruise ship excursion, several experts said. The 27 passengers were traveling to the Mayan ruins at Chacchoben, 110 miles south of Tulum, on a shore excursion purchased as part of their cruises aboard Celebrity Equinox and Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas, according to a company spokesperson. Both cruise brands are owned and operated by Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. “Our hearts go out to all those involved in the bus accident in Costa Maya,” said Royal Caribbean via a release. “We are doing all we can to care for our guests, including assisting with medical care and transportation.” Source

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