Friday, April 21, 2006

Massive earthquake hits eastern Russia

I'm telling you people, the earth hates us.

A major earthquake hit a distant, sparsely-populated region of Russia’s Far East early today, causing unknown damage and casualties.

I question the timing of news releases at times. Why not release the headline when you fucking know something.

The US Geologic Survey and Japan’s Meteorological Agency estimated the temblor to be about 7.7-magnitude.

There were reports of damage in some villages of the Pacific region and that emergency staff were flying by helicopter to several locations. Government emergency officials in Moscow said they had no information about the quake.

At least everyone is working together. I'll check back in on this story tomorrow, maybe by then someone will know something.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't that true, why tell the world you don't know anything and just wait for some news to come in.
an earthquake somewhere in Russia would've been fine.

April 21, 2006 8:30 AM  

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