Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Atomic cloud appears in Russian sky leaving local's panicking and thinking WWIII had begun

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Sent in by William Neu
Atomic cloud appears in Russian sky leaving locals panicking thinking WWIII had begun
Spare a thought for residents in Kemerova in Russia who woke in the morning thinking they were right in the middle of WWIII.
A huge mushroom cloud resembling an atomic explosion was caught on camera in Siberia
The mushroom cloud terrified residents who called the police fearing a nuclear explosion had just occurred.
The emergency services were inundated with calls as residents feared a nuclear attack.
The isolated cloud, in the industrial city of Kemerovo, bore the distinctive hallmark of a nuclear explosion, leading locals to believe that doomsday had arrived.
Others reasoned a blast may have occurred at one of the area's many mines, for which the coal-rich Kuzbass region is renowned.
In fact what they were seeing was a huge anvil cumulo-nimbus, formed after a thunderstorm caused clouds to be blown to the side.
The emergency services quickly calmed down the shocked locals, saying the formation was merely an ordinary rain cloud.




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