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North Iowa Fair on a hot night - KIMT 3

North Iowa Fair on a hot night - KIMT 3

North Iowa Fair on a hot night - KIMT 3

Posted: 19 Jul 2019 08:48 PM PDT

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it's a wrap for day 2 of the north iowa far. even with the heat and humidity, fairgoers flocked to the rides and shows. kimt news 3's nick kruszalnicki joins us live from the fair, nick? katie and george á it was quite a scortcher out here this afternoon, luckily there were nice air conditioned event halls and plenty of ice cold water to give you some relief. but for some of the shows at the fair, the wind was a bigger issue. "so far, it's been really good. we just actually arrived here maybe a couple of hours ago, but it's not too bad there's a breeze so it's been nice." that gentle breeze quickly whipped into a whirling wind. .. making it difficult for the nerveless nocks to perform their deathádefying act on this 80 foot sway pole. "by the time i got up there i sure felt like a hundred feet with my heart jumping out of my mouth. it's like when you're in an airplane, you know when you feel that turbulence." while fletcher made it to the top of the pole, he had to call off the stunt, because the wind gusts were making it much too dangerous. even brando had a tough time staying sureáfooted on the wheel of destiny. "as your trying to keep your center of balance right there, hopefully you're not going to fall, you can't because it's just pushing you and pushing you and pushing you." earlier at wildlife wendy's tropical bird show the performers weren't winging it. "do you want to give them a juicy raspberry? pthpthpthptph tphtph!" wendy horton trains these birds by using positive reinforcement and verbal cues. she has a clever way of getting her bird to do a little math. "the keyword is earlier tonight, there were supposed to be hot air balloon rides, those too were postponed because of the high winds. live in mason city, nick kruszalnicki, kimt news 3. thanks nick. the north iowa fair has free rides and parking... but some of us would happily pay for the funnel

No, these cars did not melt due to hot weather - AFP Factcheck

Posted: 27 Jun 2019 12:00 AM PDT

A photo of two partially melted cars has been shared hundreds of times in multiple Facebook posts that claim hot weather in Saudi Arabia caused the vehicles to melt. Other misleading posts combine the same photo with claims it shows the result of hot weather in other locations, or a forest fire. All the claims are false; the cars were melted by heat from a construction site fire in the US city of Tucson in June 2018.

This Facebook post, published on June 12, 2019, contains a photo of two dark-coloured parked cars with melted rear bumpers and tail lights.

The post has a Hindi-language caption, which translates as: "In Saudi Arabia, temperatures went up to 62 degree Celsius as reports are coming in of cars parked in the sun have their fiber parts melting."

Below is a screenshot of the misleading Facebook post:

Screenshot of the misleading Facebook post

The same photo has also been shared on Facebook here and here in June 2019 with the caption: "Today It Was 52°C In Saudia Arabia".

Other Facebook posts, for example this one published June 28, 2018, say the cars were "melted by scorching heat in Oman"; this post says the cars "melted in 62 degree heat" but does not say where.

And this Facebook post, published June 24, 2018, and shared more than 950 times since, combines the same photo with the caption: "Hot Temprature in Arizona due to fire in forest is melting cars".

The same photo was also published in this tweet on June 22, 2018 with an incorrect claim that the cars melted due to the weather.

All these claims are false; the photo actually shows cars melted by a fire at a construction site in Tuscon, Arizona.

Reverse image searches on Google and keyword searches on Facebook found the same photo published in this Facebook post on June 20, 2018.

The caption states: "From across the street where the student housing construction project fire happened last night."

Below is a screenshot of the photo in the Facebook post:

A screenshot of the same photo published in a Facebook post on June 20, 2018

Keyword searches on Google found this report about a fire in the US city of Tuscon, Arizona, by Tucson News Now, a local news organisation based in Tucson also published on June 22, 2018.

The report, dated June 22, 2018, is headlined: "Construction site fire in Tucson results in $8-10 million in damages".

It states, in part: "The blaze was so hot and bright, it lit up the morning sky and melted cars in a parking lot next door".

Below is an image comparing the photo in the misleading Facebook posts (L) with a screenshot of the Tucson News Now report (R), which includes a photo taken from a different angle of one of the melted cars. AFP has circled the matching section in yellow:

Image comparing photo in the misleading Facebook posts (L) with a screenshot of the Tucson News Now report (R)

Multiple video reports from the same fire in Tucson by local news channel KGUN9 were published online here on June 19, 2018.

Here is a Facebook video post by the Tucson Fire department showing the intensity of the fire.

The caption of the video, which is embedded below, says: "An on-scene look at what our crews battled early this morning during a two alarm fire.

"Cranes, cars, trees, and buildings were all damaged due to the extreme temperatures but most importantly, no one was injured".


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