Subject To Change
Depth: 10 km
Distances: 656 km NE of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea / pop: 283,733 / local time: 08:22:40.0 2014-04-09
222 km S of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea / pop: 26,273 / local time: 08:22:40.0 2014-04-09
Virginia State Police say a pilot escaped injury when his small plane crashed at an airport in Leesburg.
Troopers say 52-year-old Robert L. Bailey Jr. of Fairfax Station was approaching Leesburg Executive Airport about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday for landing.
Police say a strong gust of wind forced the single-engine Cessna to crash off the runway and overturn.
Bailey was the only person on the plane, which had taken off from Manassas.
Troopers notified the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration of the incident.
Two people were killed and about 20 other people were injured by a powerful spring storm that spun off tornadoes and flooded parts of the Southeast on Monday.
In Mississippi, a 9-year-old girl was swept away and killed after the storms dropped nearly 7 inches of rain there in a two-day span.
A car that left the road into rain-swollen Jackson Creek in Lilburn, Ga., northeast of Atlanta, was discovered with the driver dead inside, the fire department said.
Ten to 15 people were injured and about a dozen farm properties were damaged during a heavy rain storm that spawned a confirmed tornado in Beaufort County in eastern North Carolina, according to county officials and the National Weather Service.
None of the injuries was considered life-threatening, Emergency Management Director John Pack told NBC News.
Eight other people were injured early Monday when a confirmed tornado touched down in the town of Hot Coffee in southern Mississippi, the National Weather Service reported.
More than 70 homes were damaged, the state Emergency Management Agency said.
Most watches and all warnings had been canceled by mid-evening, but scattered tornado watches remained in effect through Monday night in parts of Florida and southern Georgia.
The authorities of this capital and seven other provinces placed them today on alert, due to heavy rains and storms that have already began to strongly batter the region of Neuquen, in the Patagonia, where there are more than 1,300 people have been evacuated.