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British holidaymakers have spoken of devastating scenes they have witnessed after flash flood s devastated Majorca - killing at least nine people.
Tourists watched on in horror in the middle of the night as cars were swept away by a river right in the heart of a holiday resort in the coastal town of S'Illot.
Two British people are confirmed among the dead after their taxi was caught in the floods - while their driver is one of around 10-14 people reported missing.
Leanne Nash, 36, who jetted to the island to celebrate her mum's birthday, fears she's now trapped on the island after witnessing the destruction caused by the flood.
Meanwhile, Andrea Sutton Allen, 50, who is marking her wedding anniversary on the island, has described how cars were dragged through the streets by fast-flowing water.
One terrifying video shows sheer power of the torrent that raged through the same location near where reality show Love Island is filmed.
Andrea, of Cambridgeshire, who is staying at the Mix Colombo in S'Illot with husband Mike Rowland, 57 spoke to the Daily Record .
She said: "There are collapsed roads and a car was dragged into the sea.
"The hotel was without power all evening and is still without water."
This horrific new footage shows the Indonesian tsunami looming through trees as it smashes into the island of Sulawesi, causing devastation.
Nearly 2,000 people are dead and thousands of others are missing after a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami battered the island's west coast.
In the shocking video footage, a massive wall of water can be seen approaching behind some trees, as screaming locals run for their lives.
One of those fleeing appears to be a parent carrying a young child.
While people on the ground desperately search for a safe place to hide, others, on higher ground, can be heard shouting for them to run faster.
This guy's trailer was getting destroyed by a tornado in Faribault, Minnesota, so he decided to pull out his old video camera and capture the destruction.
A volcano has erupted four times on the same Indonesian island already devastated by an earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 1,400 people.
Sulawesi's latest disaster happened as search teams continue to recover bodies from buildings flattened by Friday's 7.5-magnitude quake and tsunami waves up to 20ft high.
Two volcanic earthquakes were detected as Mount Soputan spewed a massive column of hot ash and smoke more than two miles into the air during Wednesday's eruptions.
Villagers wore masks and hid under umbrellas as volcanic ash rained down on them and blocked out the sun.
Nearly two weeks after Typhoon Mangkhut, the world's strongest storm this year ravaged the South China Sea, killing over 64 people in the Philippines, a tsunami has hit the coastal Indonesian city of Palu.
The tsunami was caused by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake off the coast, according to the BBC, producing waves up to 6 feet that crashed through Sulawesi island, where Palu is located.
Holidaymakers filmed each other floating down a Benidorm street on lilos - undeterred by severe weather warnings.
Tourists cheered each other on as they enjoyed the extreme weather conditions in the Spanish resort, popular with Brits.
Bizarre footage showed people pushing each other down a flooded road on lilos.
A couple of men appeared to be trying to bodyboard on makeshift surf boards.
This came amid warnings issued of severe weather in Spain.
The Spanish Met Office, AEMET, reportedly put 14 of the country's provinces on yellow weather warning alerts for heavy rain, thunderstorms, winds and high tides today.
A powerful tornado ripped through residential neighborhoods in Ottawa on Friday, footage filmed from a balcony on Lemieux Street shows.
Tsunami Hits Japanese Town Miyagi
Early morning of Thursday, Sept.20, 2018 by around 6:00 is a tragic day for the residents. The landslide buried an estimate of 30 houses with at least 4 casualties. The rescuers all over Cebu province, especially from the Naga City responded right away. However, a big challenge for the rescuers, hence the land keeps on moving and it will be risky on their side too. The road is too narrow and is difficult for the heavy equipments to get in.
Prior to the accident, there was a crack (as big as a cow) found in such area of the mountain. A heavy rain struck by the dawn, residents hear some resonating sound right before the landslide. The evacuees are now at ECAC (Enan Chiong Activity Center) and have received primary aid.
The Nautilus team spotted a gulper eel (Eurypharynx pelecanoides) doing just that in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
Its pouch-like mouth can inflate in an instant, scooping up much larger prey just like a pelican--and giving it that muppet-like look! This gulper eel was likely a juvenile, as this species can grow up to three feet in length.
A massive chunk of ice – five miles wide and a half mile deep – broke off of the Helheim Glacier near Tasiliaq, Greenland creating multiple icebergs in the Greenland Sea.
The rare footage from June, captured by Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson, was sped up 1600% to demonstrate the creation of vertical icebergs known as tabular icebergs.
The process of forming icebergs from glaciers is called "calving", an event that can be caused by warming oceans and increased climate change. Rising seas remain a threat to low-lying cities and islands around the globe.
The separated ice was approximately the size of lower Manhattan, according to David Holland, a New York University oceanographer who witnessed the event and has studied Greenland's glaciers for 12 years.
“At that moment, that is sea-level rise. That is ice going into the ocean, raising - albeit very slightly - global sea level. It's the accumulation of many events like that that can lead to a large, significant global sea level of many feet perhaps in a century," said Holland.
Holland has been part of NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) project, a five-year, $30 million effort aimed at improving sea-level rise projections.
The project's goal is to better understand how warming oceans are melting ice sheets from below.
According to NASA, melting ice in Greenland currently adds 0.8-millimeters of water to global ocean levels annually, more than any other region. That is enough water to fill 115-million Olympic-sized swimming pools.
A tree surgeon has been hailed a hero after rescuing an elderly woman whose car got caught in a flash flood as Storm Bronagh battered the UK.
Rich Hamshaw, 32, smashed a window and used a rope to pull the stranded woman out of the partially-submerged vehicle while Britain was under a "danger to life" weather warning.
Mr Hamshaw came to the rescue after he heard the woman banging on the car's window for help after getting stuck on a road in Tinsley, Sheffield on Thursday afternoon.
The dramatic moment unfolded as Bronagh hammered parts of the UK with 76mph wind gusts and dumped almost half a month's worth of rain in Sheffield.
This terrifying video shows a Ryanair plane aborting its landing at Dublin Airport due to high winds from Storm Ali earlier today.
The storm arrived on Irish shores overnight and has battered the country with 140km winds throughout the day.
Two people have been killed, a woman in Ireland and a man in Northern Ireland.
The video shows the plane rocking from side to side as it approaches landing before having to take-off again before it can hit the ground, reports the Irish Mirror .
Roscommon native Eamon Donoghue was on the plane.
At least one dead after two tornadoes touch down from Florence storm.
This is the shocking moment a bouncy castle was flipped upside down with two children on it after being hit by strong winds from a passing typhoon.
CCTV of the incident shows bystanders fleeing for safety as the large inflatable object is swept up by the wind and turned over.
The accident happened outside the Youa International Plaza shopping complex in Changde, a city in central China's Hunan province , on September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut ripped through the area.
Devastating typhoon blows scaffolding off building in Hong Kong.
Terrifying video shows typhoon Mangkhut blown crane over in Hong Kong.
WILMINGTON, NC (FOX 46 WJZY) - As if the hurricane wasn't bad enough, looters have already begun to target businesses left alone during Hurricane Florence's assault on the Carolina coast.
Officers were called to the Family Dollar on 1318 Street Greenfield Street in downtown Wilmington where windows had been busted in. They tell FOX 46 that all of the damage to the store wasn't storm damage, it was "people damage."
Inside the store, broken glass littered the floor, shelves were damaged, and what little items remained were left scattered.
Did The Weather Channel just join CNN, MSNBC and the rest of the Fake News club?
A hurricane hunter took to the sky and flew straight through the eye of the catastrophic storm threatening to devastate parts of the eastern US.
The small aircraft was captured dipping in and out of dense clouds before emerging in the centre of the storm that has forced more than one million people to evacuate their homes.
The time-lapse footage showed the plane surrounded by a ring of the gray clouds, then breaking through into a still centre with bright blue skies.
Nick Underwood, the government 'hurricane hunter' took to Twitter to share the incredible footage with the caption: "This is probably the coolest thing I've filmed."
His mission was gruelling, each hurricane-investigating flight typically takes around 8-12 hours and to reach the storm's eye the aircraft must first break through heavy rain and winds.
The researchers on board drop cylindrical GPS instruments called dropwindsondes, which drift through the hurricane in the plane's wake.
Spectacular footage which captures a sky appear to fill with a fierce fireball has been compared to the famous invasion scene from Independence Day.
Residents in Bangalore, southern India, were baffled when the flames seemed to burn between dark clouds on Wednesday afternoon.
Speaking in a native language in the clip, the locals can reportedly be heard likening the eerie moment to the famous invasion scene from the blockbuster Independence Day.
In the 1996 film, aliens invade the US and activate devastating weapons, killing millions. It was the highest-grossing film of the year and won a Grammy.
Security cameras from a warehouse captured the moment when the three high school students were electrocuted by touching a mercurial light pole in the Quinta Colonial neighborhood in Apodaca.Mexico. 2 of 3 students survived.
Jebi is the biggest typhoon to hit Japan in over two decades. 6 people have reportedly been killed the storm that has made landfall in western Japan. Windspeeds have reached over 107mph.
This is the dramatic moment an enormous fuel tanker crashed into a road bridge near an airport during Japan's "strongest storm in 25 years" today.
The 2,591-tonne tanker was anchored but the winds in Osaka, Japan, were so fierce, the ship pounded into the structure.
It damaged the bridge but the tanker was empty and none of its 11 crew was injured, the coastguard said.
Nevertheless, the collision and the 135mph gusts caused travel chaos .
Runways at Kansai International Airport were flooded after the vicious weather, dubbed Typhoon Jebi, struck.
Just hold still and it'll be ok.
This is the spectacular moment a burning fireball rocketed across a night sky and "suddenly exploded" in front of dazzled motorists.
Dramatic dashcam footage captures the giant ball of light zoom above a busy dual-carriageway and appear to crash towards the ground moments later.
Many online have called it a " meteorite " and the footage has been shared widely on social media.
Dad-of-one Ravi, 37, spotted the fireball in Perth, Australia, on Tuesday night.
The interior designer said: "I was just about to leave the highway when I when I saw the skies growing brighter.
Busy Indian Road Halts To A Landslide And Luckily When Huge Piece Of Rock Tumbles No One Was Hurt!