3 Hurricane In A Russian Sea Port

Hurricane In A Russian Sea Port

A terrible hurricane stroke out in Novorossiysk on February 9, 2012 when the speed of wind constituted 40 meters a second. Buildings were shaking under the gusty wind. It seemed that the window glass would be broken soon and all employees were evacuated home. Walking in the streets was not allowed. Due to constant problems with electricity the pump at the boiler-house went wrong and the heating system failed to function.


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3 Responses to “Hurricane In A Russian Sea Port”

  1. Ham are sick, Al says:

    Not a hurricane. Just a strong gale.

  2. (r)evolutionist says:

    American pols are windier and are more dangerous than this hurricane (they are able to “bore to death”).

  3. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Whoa! Think I’ll stay in California!

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