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Monday, 31 October 2011

Kereta api dan lori minyak berlanggar di Kota Kinabalu- Explosion after Sabah train and fuel tanker collide


31st October 2011 - 5.00++ Petang - Pelanggaran antara kereta api dengan lori tangki minya - depan stesen minyak Shell Putatan - dekat KKIA - 18 orang maut..

Unofficial news.. 31st October - around 5 evening - Crash between the train and oil tanker - in front of Putatan Shell - near KKIA - 18 dead ..

沙巴亚比庇布打丹(Putatan)发生严重死亡意外,一辆载满汽油的罗里横跨火车轨道,被火车撞个正着,並引发爆炸,由于火车当时载有不少人,料死伤惨重。


Video : Halloween Tragedy : Shell lorry CRASHES into train near KKIA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQdiAIRRAvc&feature=player_embedded


Eight Hurt In Massive Explosion Due To Train-fuel Tanker Collision
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 31 (Bernama) -- No fatalities were reported, but so far eight people were injured in a massive explosion due to a collision between a train and a fuel tanker in front of the Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Monday.

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Hamza Taib told reporters at the scene that the rest of the passengers in the carriages either managed to escape when the collision occurred about 5.30pm or rescued when firefighters arrived.

The victims were immediately sent to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment, he said.

According to Hamza, the fuel tanker was crossing the railway track to send fuel to a gas station, but was not quick enough to completely cross the track, causing the train to ram into it.

He said the 41-year-old driver was taken by police for further investigation, while the 51-year-old train driver sustained injuries on his legs.

Sabah Fire and Rescue Department director Nordin Fauzi said five fire-engines were despatched from the Kota Kinabalu, Penampang and Lintas fire stations.

He said they were also assisted by a water tanker and two fire-engines from the Airport Fire and Rescue Unit.

A Malaysia Airlines staff, Busri Asad, 39, related seeing some passengers escaping from the train windows when the collision occurred.

"I also saw people running to the back of the carriages. About 10 minutes after the collision, there was an explosion and a massive fire broke out," he said.

Busri was across the road from the incident after he finished work at the airport.

A press secretary to a state minister, Arshad Hussin, said he was about 700 metres away from the scene.

"I was on my way home and wanted to fill petrol at the gas station. But I decided to stop my car on the roadside when I realised there was a massive fire and heavy smoke from the gas station.

"The traffic (on the three-lane road) stopped before the accident site and other vehicles moved to the far right lane, making the left lane vacant," he said, adding that he also heard two explosions.

He also noticed people in the train running to the back of the carriages.

-- BERNAMA
*The Video tittle has a mistake of the date.. the actual date is 31st October 2011...







 The Pictures taken during the tragedy : The Crash between Train and Oil tanker at KK


UPDATED** 1st November 2011


Search on for train-tanker collision victims


Malaysian firefighters survey the scene after a passenger train collided with a fuel truck, right, near Kota Kinabalu international airport in Sabah state, Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian fire and rescue officers were searching on Tuesday for 34 people missing a day after a train collided with a fuel tanker.
Late on Monday, a passenger train carrying 200 people hit a tanker carrying 27 000 litres of petrol in the eastern state of Sabah on Borneo island.
The collision, which occurred in front of the state's Kota Kinabalu International Aiport, caused a massive explosion and fire, injuring 12 people, at least two seriously.
Royal Dutch Shell, which owns the fuel tanker, said company officials were working with the authorities to determine the cause of the accident, the Star newspaper reported.
Earlier reports said the tanker was being driven across an unofficial railway crossing when it collided with the train. - Sapa-dpa

Saturday, 29 October 2011

New Trend in eel avatar Facebook & Twitter.

The hot trendy trend popular on Facebook & Twitter are called that. " worm eels. "current ruler shaped worms come from Japan, where young girls are getting a pretty thy worm avatar of eel. and can be custom designed to love you like yourself.

Avatar of eel is the beginning of the singer "Alice nine" is a show Shou (Cody's shops in the reflection), which has posted them on Twitter of his own following. They work just like an eeland eel pictures of the avatar is a picture of him on Twitter.
All those fans who show Shou change the image in a avatar was changed by the other fish.The current trend to hit them with fish. This, combined with the love of bright fish and worms.These fans in Thailand. The picture is changing, which makes the fish more wide spread. The statistics of people to the eel worm uses a disk plate. On the social-based chain of more than 10,000 people, then it is really much stronger current.

TRy now~ and Create ur own eel now ~ ^^

The software to create the unique eel --> http://anago.crap.jp/


  
If u like this info.. Plz have a click to 'like' or 'share to facebook ya~ Cheers~ 

IF Not i will Angry yo ~

Friday, 28 October 2011

First Motorola Droid 4

Motorola Droid 4

The first photos of Motorola’s next big Android 4G LTE release, the Droid4, have surfaced, just one day after the handset manufacturer’s super-thin, super-light, 4G-sporting Motorola Droid Razr went on sale at Verizon.
The biggest difference between the Droid Razr and the Droid4 is the slideout QWERTY keyboard. According toDroid Life, which obtained the images, the Droid4 also boasts a 4-inch Super AMOLED Advanced screen, a non-removable battery and two cameras, one of which (presumably an 8-megapixel) is capable of recording 1080p video. The device runs Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread).
The dimensions and processor have not yet been identified, although we can expect the former to be thicker than the Droid Razr, and the processor to be at least as good as the 1.2 GHz dual-core processor that theDroid Razr uses.
The device runs Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread.

Spec breakdown:
- 4″ screen (assuming Super AMOLED Advanced)
- Full 5-row “illuminated” keyboard 
- RAZR styling 
- 4G LTE 
- Non-removable battery 
- Android 2.3.5 
- 1080p video recording (assuming 8MP) 
- Front camera 
- HDMI out 
- MotoACTV syncing 
The Droid4 features a five-row, “illuminated” slideout keyboard.

A headphone jack is positioned on what appears to be the right side.

The phone has a mini-HDMI port and USB port.

 

Nikon DSLR Halloween Costume

fully-functional Nikon camera Halloween costume??
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Thursday, 27 October 2011

David Calvo juggles and solves Rubik's Cubes

David Calvo : Juggling + Solving the Rubik's Cube

This is an update video of David Calvo practicing his routine of Juggling + Solving the Rubik's Cube


Facebookanol: Cure For Facebook Addiction??

Facebookanol..??


Do u think that Facebook is a addiction?
I found a photo on facebook, which is shared by my facebook friend.
Facebookanol?  
Facebook addiction?

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Bangkok floods 'could get worse' - Thai prime minister

 
- The airport will remain closed until at least November 1st.
- Excess waters in the area around the airport are making it difficult for passengers and employees to access its terminals


Deluged: Flood waters cover the Tarmac at Bangkok's Don Muang airport - which is now closed until November 1st

The Prime Minister of Thailand has warned there could be more flooding in the country's capital city, Bangkok.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said that all parts of the capital were vulnerable and up to 1.5m (5ft) of water could flow into some areas.
Thailand has been hit by the worst floods in 50 years and one airport has been forced to close after water ran onto its runways.
Flights around the country from Don Muang airport have been stopped.
The airport, in north Bangkok, was also being used as an evacuation shelter for people whose homes were underwater, but they've now been moved as there are fears the water levels could rise.
Rising tide: A local battles the rising waters outside the Wat Phra Kaew Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok

People are being urged to leave Bangkok
Since July heavy monsoon rain has left more than 360 people dead and around 100,000 have been forced to leave their homes.
At the moment most of Bangkok is dry, but high tides and rainwater running into the sea could break the city's flood defences.
A third of Thailand's provinces have been affected by the flooding and some parts have been under two to three metres of water for up to three month,
Worries: Central parts of Bangkok are still unaffected, but surrounding areas have been struck by the floods

-Thailand’s main tourist areas – including the coastal hotspots of Phuket, Pattaya and Samui – are so far unaffected by the crisis, but northern and central provinces of the country have been badly hit.

-Almost 10 million people have been displaced, and 370 killed in the unusually heavy rains, which began falling with the start of the monsoon season in late July.



A helicopter drops food for people in flooded areas
 
The country has declared a five-day holiday from Thursday in the worst hit areas to try and help people cope.
Schools will close and families are being urged to head for higher ground or leave the city if they can.
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Nokia’s First Windows Phone

 Lumia 800, the first Windows Phone-based device from the Finnish mobile giant

At the Nokia World conference in London Nokia has officially unveiled Lumia 800, the first Windows Phone-based device from the Finnish mobile giant.
The device is physically very similar to the MeeGo based Nokia N9, and we have no objections to that, as it is a beautiful polycarbonate device with a 3.7-inch, curved-glass, AMOLED screen.
The Nokia Lumia 800 sports a 1.4 GHz processor with hardware acceleration and a graphics processor, 512 MB of RAM and 16 GB of internal user memory. It also has a Carl-Zeiss, f2.2 aperture, 8-megapixel camera designed to work well in low-light environments. It will be available in three colors: cyan, magenta and black.
It’s not just about hardware; Microsoft has also packed the device with free software. Lumia 800 will be the only Windows Phone with Nokia Drive, which offers full, turn-by-turn voice navigation.
Furthermore, the phone is coming with an entirely new service from Nokia called Nokia Music and MixRadio. It gives users a bunch of mixes with full-length music, without the need for a signup, login or a password.
Finally, Nokia announced a partnership with ESPN, showing off a sneak peak of the Sports Hub, which offers users sports news, scores and detailed info about specific leagues, teams and players.


              The Amazing Everyday TVC - Nokia Lumia 800 Smartphone

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All of the three software features – Nokia Music, Sports Hub and Nokia Drive – are completely free on the Lumia 800.

The estimated retail price for the Nokia Lumia 800 will be approximately €420 ($584).

The device is available for pre-order in select countries now on Nokia’s website. It’s coming to France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK in November; it will be available in Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan before the end of the year, and in further markets in early 2012.

Nokia didn’t say when exactly the device will be available in the U.S., but it did say it plans to introduce “a portfolio of products” in “early 2012″.
Nokia's New Devices

Nokia Lumia 800

Nokia Lumia 710





Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Cat goes Home after Shopping [Video]

 

 Cat goes Home after Shopping~








Turkey Earthquake October 2011 kills more than 260, Hundreds Missing

People rescue two women trapped under debris in Van eastsern Turkey after a powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister.


Rescue teams in Turkey are continuing to search for people trapped under rubble after a strong earthquake hit the eastern Van region on Sunday.
Some 265 people died and 1,140 were injured in the 7.2 magnitude quake, according to Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin.
Nearly 1,000 buildings have been destroyed in the disaster zone, with the town of Ercis the worst hit.
The death toll is expected to rise as outlying areas are reached.

The BBC's Emily Buchanan says rescue teams face a race against time


Rescuers pulled out several survivors from beneath the ruins of collapsed buildings in Ercis on Monday - including one man who called for help on his mobile phone, Anatolia news agency said.
Cranes and heavy equipment are lifting slabs of concrete in Ercis and the larger city of Van as rescue crews cut through steel reinforcing bars and shift rubble in the search for more survivors.
The interior minister said he believed dozens of people were trapped in buildings in Ercis but not as many as initially feared.

Gul Karacoban, a 25-year-old high school teacher and earthquake survivor, is carried out on a stretcher by rescue workers, from a collapsed building after an earthquake in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van.

"There could be around 100 people [in the rubble]," the Associated Press news agency quoted Mr Sahin as saying.
"It could be more or it could be less but we are not talking about thousands."
Up to 80 buildings, including a student dormitory, collapsed in the town, about 100km (60 miles) north of Van, while 10 fell in Van itself.
The office of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said a total of 970 buildings in the earthquake zone had collapsed.
The BBC's Daniel Sandford, in Ercis, says some 80 people are still missing at one collapsed apartment block, which once contained 20 flats.
Search crews and heavy machinery are still at work at some destroyed buildings, but at other sites the recovery effort seems to have stopped altogether, with only a few despairing and shocked relatives sitting around.
On Sunday, Mr Erdogan visited the area and said he feared for residents of outlying villages that rescue workers had not yet reached.
"Because the buildings are made of mud brick, they are more vulnerable to quakes," said Mr Erdogan.
"I must say that almost all buildings in such villages are destroyed."
Turkish seismologist Polat Gulkan told the BBC that building regulations were often ignored in Turkey.

Earthquake area


The earthquake struck at 13:41 (10:41 GMT) at a depth of 20km (12 miles), with its epicentre 16km north-east of Van in eastern Turkey, the US Geological Survey said.
About 200 aftershocks have hit the region, it added, including one of magnitude 6.0 late on Sunday.
Turkey is particularly vulnerable to earthquakes because it sits on major geological fault lines.
Two earthquakes in 1999 with a magnitude of more than 7 killed almost 20,000 people in densely populated parts of the north-west of the country.

Earthquake area

  • One of Turkey's most earthquake-prone zones
  • Kurdish-populated
  • Ercis, an eastern city of 75,000 close to the Iranian border, was the worst-hit
  • Van, large ancient city of one million on a lake ringed by mountains, less affected

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