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HONOLULU (AP) — A U.S. defense contractor and his wife who lived for decades under the identities of two dead Texas children have been charged with identity theft and conspiring against the government, according to federal court records unsealed in Honolulu. Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison, both in their 60s, who allegedly lived for decades under the names Bobby Edward Fort and Julie Lyn Montague, respectively, were arrested Friday in Kapolei on the island of Oahu. © Provided by Associated Press This undated photo provided by the United States District Court District of Hawaii shows Gwynn Darle Morrison, aka Julie Lyn Montague.
The extent of the damage is not yet known. A thousand people are blocked in the national park because of floods. © supplied by Franceinfo
a week after the violent floods which caused the death of twenty-five people in Kentucky , it is in the west of the United States that heavy rains fall. The Desert Valley of Death, California, observed intense and rare precipitation on Friday August 5. A thousand people are immobilized due to major floods, announced the National Valley National Park. Among them, "around 500 visitors and ,500 employees" are blocked by the closure of all the roads serving the East California National Park.
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"All the roads serving the park are for the moment closed and will remain closed until 'To what the park agents determine the extent of the damage, "added the park in its press release. The flood waters have torn off parts of roads on roads, launched trash containers against cars now out of use and flooded offices and hotels, specifies the park. The videos posted by Internet users show immobilized vehicles, a cut route.
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Several dead in the "worst" floods never seen in Kentucky
© Ryan C. Hermens of the flooded roads following torrential rains in Lost Creek in Kentucky, on July 28, 2022 The balance sheet is "appalling" , moved the governor of Kentucky Andy Beshear this Friday. "We now have 16 confirmed deaths, and this number will still grow considerably" , said the elected democrat at a press conference.
"The hottest place in the world"
The daily precipitation on Friday equals almost the record of the National Park. E n only once, the death valley received 37 millimeters of rain, while its annual average is "less than 50" millimeters. The park "is known to be the hottest place in the world and driest in North America, announces its website. More than a million and a half of tourists visit it each year.
with an atmosphere which contains more humidity, the global warming alters the precipitation diet. According to the UN climate experts (IPCC), even if the world managed to limit warming to +1.5 ° C, certain regions should undergo an increase in frequency, intensity and/or quantity of high precipitation. The more the temperature increases, the more the risk of these episodes of strong precipitation increases.
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© The Observers of France 24/Twitter: Eennaax This image taken in the night of August 7 to 8 has become the emblem of floods Seoul on social networks of impressive images document the floods of a rare intensity that affected Seoul, the capital of South Korea on August 8 and 9, 2022, killing at least 9 dead and 7 missing.