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Issue 1 | 2015 | THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 1

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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIES OF EMERGENCY DISPATCH ISSUE 3 | 2015

WHEN THUNDER ROARSLIGHTNING STRIKES IN

SEVERAL DEADLY WAYS

DIE FHRENDE KONFERENZ FR NOTRUFBEARBEITUNG.

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14.-16. SEPTEMBER 2016 SALZBURG, STERREICH

AUSBILDUNG, INSPIRATION, NETWORKING UND ERNEUERUNG WARTEN AUF SIE BEIM DIESJHRIGEN NAVIGATOR.

IN QUESTO NUMERO

4 | Un rombo dal cielo

8 | Tre giorni, tre stanze, tre lingue10 | Sjef Taabe

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IN DIESER AUSGABE

12 | Wenn es blitzt und donnert16 | Nicht immer ein Vergngen20 | Drei Tage, drei Rume, drei Sprachen22 | Sjef Taabe

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DANS CE NUMRO

24 | Lorsque le tonnerre gronde

28 | Pas toujours amusant

EN ESTE NMERO

32 | Cuando rugen los truenos

NESTA EDIO

36 | Quando o trovo soa

40 | Nem sempre to divertido

IN DEZE UITGAVE

44 | Niet altijd dolle pret

48 | Drie dagen, drie zalen, drie talen50 | Sjef Taabe

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2015 ISSUE 3

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UN ROMBO DAL CIELOI fulmini colpiscono in diversi modi mortali

Audrey Fraizer

Agustin Navarrete-Guerrero stava chiudendo i finestrini dellauto in un cantiere edile; Larry Webb stava pescando dalla riva di un lago; Tho-mas Coburn Wartell stava viaggiando in motocicletta sullautostrada; James Donald McDaniel stava raccogliendo mirtilli; Marguerite Tomany e Marian-ne Povell Melllnick stavano passeg-giando lungo la spiaggia.

Cosa hanno in comune tutte que-ste persone?

Fanno parte delle 24 persone rima-ste vittime di fulmini negli Stati Uniti nel 2014.1 Sebbene nessuna regione sia immune dai temporali, gli stati meridionali degli USA sono soggetti ad un numero maggiore di temporali e, in genere, registrano il numero pi elevato di decessi attribuiti a fulmini rispetto agli stati settentrionali.

Nel 2014, sono stati registrati sei casi mortali in Florida, due in Geor-

gia, dove le vittime sono state colpite mentre facevano giardinaggio e due decessi in ciascuno di altri quattro stati tra cui persone che stavano pas-seggiando in un sentiero di campagna, costruendo una casa sullalbero e an-dando a cavallo.2

Breve ma letaleUn temporale tipico ha un diame-

tro di Km 24 ed una durata media di 30 minuti, ma i fulmini che accompa-gnano i temporali costituiscono la ter-za causa di decessi attribuiti a condi-zioni meteorologiche negli Stati Uniti (dopo inondazioni e tornado). Nel cor-so degli ultimi 30 anni (19842013), negli Stati Uniti sono stati segnalati in media 51 decessi causati da fulmini per anno; ci rappresenta solo una fra-zione del numero delle persone colpite da fulmini. Infatti, solo circa il 10 per cento delle persone colpite rimangono

uccise, mentre il restante 90 per cento soffre vari gradi di lesioni.3

Sebbene i fulmini possano col-pire in qualsiasi periodo dellanno, circa il 70 per cento dei decessi at-tribuiti a fulmini si verifica nei mesi di giugno, luglio o agosto, e, contra-riamente alla convinzione comune, il numero pi alto di decessi non si conta tra i golfisti.

Secondo unanalisi dettagliata con-dotta da John S. Jensenius Jr., esper-to sul rischio fulmini per la National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra-tion (NOAA)4:

Dal 2006 al 2013, si registra-to un totale di 30 decessi di persone che stavano pescando, 16 che erano in campeggio, 14 in barca e 13 in spiag-g