April 2010 has seen some pretty bad & odd outcomes with following disasters around the world.
Today in the Odd Stuff Magazine we are presenting you some fearsome pictures from past month disasters.
Starting of with the Oil Spill, Earthquake in Yushu, Iceland’s disruptive Volcano all were heart-throbbing incidents. I wish next month, our world is safe and there is no such disasters in May.
Firefighting boats spray seawater. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Oil Spill happened 50 miles (80.6 km) from shore of Louisiana, a state in southern U.S on Gulf of Mexico. The oil platform burned for 36 hours after a massive explosion, then later sank into the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday, April 22, 2010, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
In this aerial photo taken in the Gulf of Mexico more than 50 miles southeast of Venice on Louisiana's tip
Thick smoke rises above the burning Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico
36 hours after massive explosion fire got under control
Effects of the Oil Spill
A boat makes its way through crude oil in the Sea
Band of oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead continues to spread
Cleanup activity in the Gulf of Mexico
A high volume skimming system skims oil
Estimated 5,000 barrels (over 200,000 gallons) of crude oil is pouring into the Gulf of Mexico every day – and could possibly continue to do so for months as complicated efforts are made to stop the leak.
Earthquake in Yushu
Earthquake in Yushu, China located on the Tibet plateau hit with a magnitude of 6.9. Thousands of wood-earth buildings collapsed and large structures were heavily damaged. With Freezing overnight temperatures as the elevation of Yushu is 3700m. Death toll has risen to 2,200 and many thousands injured and homeless.
Tibetan residents sit on a hillside to observe a mass cremation of victims
People sift through earthquake devastation in Gyegu
A Tibetan monk gestures as other monks lay corpses for a mass cremation
Ethnic Tibetans and local residents unload tents from a truck
The rubble of a collapsed building
Iceland’s disruptive Volcano
Due to Ash of clouds which forced the cancellation of many flights and disrupted the air traffic across northern Europe. Eruption of Eyjafjallajokull Volcano in Iceland has happened second time in less than a month, hence melting the ice shooting smoke and producing steam into the air.
Steam and hot gases rise above lava
Smoke and Steam are seen rising from the volcano under the Eyjafjalla glacier in Iceland
Lava spews out of a mountain
Heat shimmers above lava flowing from the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano