Friday, August 30, 2019

BAJA ALERT! Ports of Entry at Mexico Land Ports are being attacked by Russian Military Electronic Measures!



UPDATED! 

September 2, 2019

Northern Baja California Loses Power from Russian internet attack on power sources!

Most of Tijuana, Mexico, and some residents in Rosarito, Ensenada and Tecate were without power Monday, according to Tijuana Fire Director José Luis Jiménez.

According to information from Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), the National Center for Energy Control suspended power in an effort to maintain stability of the national supply following a failure at a plant in Mexicali.

Twenty-two percent of users in the state of Baja California were impacted, according to the CFE.

Full restoration was expected by 8:30 p.m., according to Jiménez. As of 8:45 p.m. Monday, CFE staff was still working to restore power to customers 'as soon as possible'.

Earlier, at around 4:30 p.m., 80 percent of the city of Tijuana was reported without electricity. At 6:30 p.m. the CFE reported 50 percent were still without power.

Jiménez said two cases of people being trapped in elevators were reported in the Zona Río area.

The City of Ensenada issued a statement that also reported various areas of the municipality were without electricity due to a major power failure.

The Tijuana Police Department asked drivers to use caution at traffic lights to avoid accidents.




Thursday, August 29, 2019

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Jessi Combs, driver, dead

Jessi Combs, driver, dead

DEATH BULLETIN! 

Jessi Combs Died Bleeding to Death after her head was torn off and her heart pumped all of her blood out her neck!

Then her body burned...The law enforcement officer on the death scene also said that “there was a fire involved”, but did not elaborate.

Officials with the Harney County Sheriff’s Office were not immediately available to offer additional comments on the investigation or the outrageously hideous death scene.

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Monday, August 26, 2019

Baja Weather Service reports on conditions in Baja South August 2019 Tropical Storm Ivo

Tropical Storm Ivo Hits Baja South!

Widespread heavy showers throughout southern Baja struck at weeks end and has left large parts of the state frozen in standing water and mud. 

Much of southern Baja Mexico is swamped! Civil authorities are addressing big issues. The federal, state and local officials are bringing drinking water to communities, rescuing residents and marshaling resources to meet the needs of communities throughout the state. First reports indicate these services may take months to recover normal daily life for the local citizens.


Known locally as 'chubascos', the brief but very strong rainfall, also produced numerous 'twisters' and high winds.

General transportation over paved links between towns are driveable, but, many small communities connected by dirt roads are not reachable at this hour.

By the start of week on Monday, August 26, much of the state should be open to transportation and communication.

Lots of mud in Baja Sur. Or as the locals say, lodo, mucho lodo. Tropical storm Iva rained enough in southern Baja California, Mexico to disrupt transportation and communications for a week. The messy stuff will last into September. Keep in mind, September is the stormiest month in Baja California, lots of rain, wind and waves at times. Stay advised.


September, the stormiest month of the year, begins a week from today, with a greater chance of tormentas and more chubascos!

Baja Weather Service