At least three people died and more than 250 were injured when a storm lashed Hungary's capital, Budapest, as huge crowds watched a firework display. (BBC)
More than one million people had gathered on the banks of the Danube Sunday night to watch a fireworks display laid on for Hungary's national day.
Minutes after the start of the show, torrential rains and gale force winds of up to 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph) uprooted trees and blew out windows as panicking spectators ran for cover to escape the downpour.
"I was scared to death because of the huge winds and I also feared that I would be trampled on by the crowd. People were screaming everywhere," said Nora Kvasz, who witnessed the fireworks in front of the parliament building on the banks of the Danube.(Yahoo News)
So I'm alive, but my PC is dead now (it is why I cannot type Japanese). How can I successfully wrap-up my internship without a PC and lots of data in it - another fatal problem, Hmm.