One DOOM event took place involving one of the three modes of transportation: Planes Trains Automobiles i.e. Bus First DOOM is Automobiles or Bus 23 JUNE 2018 CHINA BUS CRASH 3 DEAD 7 INJURED On June 23, 33 teachers from eight schools in Shaoguan District, went to Zhuhai for exchange studies. When the teachers used the bus to drive to Qingyuan, they turned over on the expressway. Three people were killed in the accident and seven were injured and sent to the hospital. Source Next....PLANE DOOM???? Next....TRAIN DOOM????
Massive swarms of bugs are invading the World Cup ahead of England-Tunisia in Volgograd Flies and mosquitos are running rampant in the Russian city of Volgograd ahead of Monday's World Cup clash between England and Tunisia. Helicopters have been deployed to spray insecticide on the Volgograd Arena, which will host four games over the course of the tournament. Volgograd – formerly Stalingrad – sits along the Volga River in the southwest part of the country. The stadium itself is right on the bank of the river, which many fear could mean the bug problem will be even worse than in other parts of the city. English press and fans have taken to Twitter to voice the seriousness of the problem. The swarms of bugs have caused some broadcasters to cancel live shots and are wreaking havoc in the city's fan zones. Source
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Fire rips through newly renovated Mandarin hotel in London London, UK (CNN)A huge blaze tore across the roof of one of London's top hotels Wednesday, just days after it announced the completion of a multi-million-dollar renovation project. More than 100 firefighters were sent to tackle the fire at the five-star Mandarin Oriental hotel, in the exclusive Knightsbridge district of the UK capital. Plumes of thick, black smoke were seen billowing into the air above Hyde Park, as traffic in the area was brought to a standstill.There were no immediate reports of any casualties. The hotel group said it believed that all guests had been evacuated. First reports of the fire emerged just before 4 p.m. local time (11 a.m. ET). Two hours later, the London Fire Brigade said that 120 firefighters were still working to bring the fire under control and that the fire service was likely to remain on the scene for the rest of the evening. The hotel had recently been undergoing a major refurbis