In 1975 this was the second day of the winter cyclonic event that dropped over 2 feet of snow across the Upper Midwest and spawned forty-five tornadoes across the South. On January 10 this included an F-4 in Mississippi that killed nine.
This morning up to 300,000 residents of Charleston, West Virginia and nine nearby counties are being told not to drink, cook, wash or bathe using tap water. A chemical spill in the Elk River has contaminated the water system. Flushing and fire suppression are still possible.
On this day last year bomb blasts in Pakistan killed 130 and injured many more.
What’s on your mind related to homeland security?