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An octopus the size of a person’s forearm when stretched out all the way caused massive flooding at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium last Thursday. The sea creature swam to the top of its tank and took apart the recycling system’s valve, causing approximately 200 gallons of water to flood into the building, including the children’s exhibit where the octopus was on display.
Enid and Garfield County Emergency Management Director, Mike Honigsberg, has implemented emergency plans and is getting the community involved. Honigsberg recognizes how quickly the weather can change when circumstances are just right.
A 15,000-acre wildfire near Wheeler, Texas has destroyed at least 8 homes and 26 outbuildings, which include barns. Only 25% of the fire has been contained so far. 1,300 residents were evacuated this weekend, but were later allowed to return home.
Residents of North Dakota affected by the severe winter storms and flooding after March 13, 2009 can register to receive assistance by registering online at www.disasterassistance.gov or by calling FEMA’s toll-free telephone number (800-621-FEMA (3362) or TTY 800-462-7585).
A small kitchen fire at Stanford Law School’s faculty kitchen was quickly taken care of, but the sprinkler system that went off as a result of the fire cause extensive water damage. The fire started when a small kitchen appliance ignited cardboard boxes full of tea. The sprinkler system is what mostly put the fire out in the kitchen.