Caminhao Mb 608 A Venda Em Minas Gerais Flood

These winds damaged the food supply on two islands. Later, Higos moved across Japan with wind gusts as strong as 161 km/h (100 mph), including record gusts at several locations. A total of 608,130 buildings in the country were left without power, and two people were electrocuted in the storm’s aftermath.

Drosera magnifica. Drosera magnifica is a species of sundew endemic to Pico Padre Ângelo (1500–1530 m asl) in eastern Minas Gerais in southeastern Brazil, where it grows among sandstone outcrops in herbaceous and shrubby vegetation.

Nascentes Geraizeiras Sustainable Development Reserve. The Nascentes Geraizeiras Sustainable Development Reserve ( is a sustainable development reserve in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The Nascentes Geraizeiras Sustainable Development Reserve (RDS) covers parts of the municipalities of.

Until the 1970s, most settlement and development in Estero was near the river. As of the census of 2000, there were 9,503 people, 4,608 households, and 3,336 families residing in the CDP. The population density was 450.7 people per square mile (174.1/km²).

The name Denman was quickly changed to Junction City. In late 1876, Junction City won the designation of county seat from the unsuccessful and flood-prone settlement of Kimbleville. By 1879, a drugstore, livery stable, sawmill, and a few general stores were active in the community.

In August 2009, a great flash flood occurred in Gowanda and devastated much of the village. One man drowned, and houses and cars were washed away. A total of two fatalities were caused directly from the flooding.