Bellarine peninsula crash kills two disrupts power generators BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Two British Army bombards were disabled as a result of two bombs falling during a missile attack by the US Strategic Command near thapronxe northern Australian city of Adelaide. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/bellarine-south-sea-crash-kills-two-disrupts-power-generators-30356522.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article30173953.ece/8a0b7/AUTOCROP/h342/2016-06-16_new_36752745_I1.JPG
Two British Army bombards were disabled as a result of two bombs falling during a missile attack by the US Strategic Command near the northern Australian city of Adelaide.
US forces had fired four missiles at the destroyer before the explosion ripped through a generator on board and killed two personnel, said Defence Ministry officials.
The explosions hit as the boat on which the U카지노 사이트SS Lake Champlain was based was on a routine patrol.
Witnesses described loud boom.
Brett Cockerham told the Sunday Telegraph: “It sounded like a bomb going off, and it was really loud because the boat was making noise with the engines and propellers.
“It was a very massive boom and then it went off – bang – boom, boom – boom, boom – boom and it was a lot of bang. It looked pretty crazy.”
Colin Jones, a helicopter pilot from South Australia, said: “It sounded like a huge thunderstorm coming. It was just a large bang and then all the lights went off and we knew it was time to get out of the way.”
Dr Michael Gannon, professor of engineering and physics at the Australian National University, told AAP that there were “some minor disruptions to electric power systems at the submarine”.
“However, other electrical systems in the area were unaffected.
“It was a very unusual event, and the US forces took some precautions with their missiles,” he added.
The Navy said “no casualties are yet known” following the incident, which took place just be바카라사이트fore 9am this morning.
It comes amid reports that Russia will try to install a nuclear deterrent missile-capable frigate on the St Andrew’s Island, off Australia’s northern coast.
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