Fish rain on Russian bayYahoo!7
September 25, 2012, 10:36 am
Locals in the town of Lazurnaya Bay in Russia’s far east were gobsmacked when
fish, oysters and crabs rained from the sky onto a remote beach.
The seafood bounty quickly seized upon by locals was the result of Typhoon
The storm caused chaos as it tracked over Russia, halting the Trans Siberia
Railway, stopping ferry services and causing black outs.
Proving there is such a thing as a free lunch, hundreds of people opted to cook
up the catch and nearby cafes and restaurants made the most of the newfound
As Russians had fun with the fish, neighbouring North Korea was counting the
cost of Typhoon Bolaven.
It submerged houses and roads, ruining thousands of acres of crops and
triggering landslides that buried train tracks, and was quickly followed by a
second major storm, Typhoon Tembin.
Reclusive North Korea was already recovering from earlier floods that killed
more than 170 people and destroyed thousands of homes.
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