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The Russian city of Vladivostock in SimCity 3000. Situated on the far eastern tip of Russia, this city is highly dependent on its industrial harbour and railway. The population consists primarily of a large working class living in concrete-paneled apartment buildings from the Soviet era.
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Approximately at 18:35 UTC -3 a 7.1 Mw earthquake hit central Chile, specifically 72 km offshore Valparaíso and 33 km deep. Initially the ONEMI (i.e. the Chilean FEMA) called for a preventive tsunami evacuation, which was cancelled just minutes after, due to the small magnitude.
Neither official sources nor the press report building damage or injured people, but the Valparaíso metro has paused its service preventively.
The earthquake came after what's called a 'seismic swarm', a series of minor tremors on the same fault line, on a short time span.
Welcome to a brand new path SparkleCity is going to take, as we construct the region from scratch on YouTube, it's time for @Haljackey to have a little competition. (Note: I only mean that light-heartedly... I do not want actual trouble over amplifying the scale of the Oak Ridges project, seen all 100 episodes, and the major cities will be modeled after that.)
Enjoy the viewing experience... and congrats to @CorinaMarie for achieving moderator! Also, the thumbnail is from the Metro Hamilton City journal by @mp01vic do go check that out...
After 33 years of not having American naval vessels visit New Zealand the USS Sampson was due to enter Auckland Harbour tomorrow morning for the International Naval Review as part of celebrations for the 75th anniversary of the Royal New Zealand Navy, it won't be taking part now instead its bypassing Auckland and is heading straight to Kaikoura to help with the disaster relief.
EDIT: In another news article the HMAS Darwin was also going to be taking part in the same Naval Review buts its been diverted to help with disaster relief and Canada is sending its frigate the HMCS Vancouver to help.
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