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Firefighters Continue To Battle Blaze

... from 16 fire services are engaged in bringing the blaze under control. The intense heat is preventing the firemen from getting closer than 100 yards from the flames. The fire fighters have been attempting to cool the area with the object of preventing further explosions. The cause of the explosion is repo...

Minor Fire At AIIMS In The Wee Hours Today

...rs, fire department officials said today. // The blaze broke out in the X-ray department of neurology sec...n fire tenders were rushed to the hospital and the blaze was brought under control after around two hours. The X-ray wing was functioning in four rooms on t...

No Clue to Cause of Mystery Illnesses

...d gardens from the factory site in the wake of the blaze and subsequent clear-up were addressed by them. Dr Alison McCallum, director of public health at NHS Lothian, chaiwoman of the problem assessment group. She said: 'A thorough scientific study of soil samples in the area surrounding the former VA Te...

Fire at Russian Nursing Home Kills 63

... trapped behind locked gates and barred windows. A blaze a day later killed nine patients at a clinic for the mentally ill in Siberia. Russia records nearly 18,000 fire deaths a year, several times the per capita rate in the United States and other Western countries. GP...

New Study Reveals That Firefighters Are Prone To Heart Attack

...ess, smoke and sheer physical effort of battling a blaze accounted for 32 percent of deaths from coronary heart disease, the investigators found. The findings, reported in the latest issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, emerged from a review of summaries provided by the Federal Emergency Manageme...

Ontario Grants Fast-Track Compensation Rights for Work-Related Illnesses

...ered by firefighters within 24 hours of battling a blaze will also be presumed to be work-related. There...irefighters and one police sergeant who fought the blaze have since died of cancer) attempts to get compensation for their widows from Ontario's Workplace Sa...

Sweltering Heat in Madhya Pradesh Claims Fifteen Lives

The summer sun continued to blaze down on Madhya Pradesh Tuesday, taking temperatures to more than 46 degrees Celsius in the northern parts of the state, as the heat wave claimed six more lives taking the toll to 15. The weather officials had no hope to offer, saying the hot weath...

Massive Wildfire Forces Evacuation of Hundreds of Home in Florida

...about 1 1/2 miles from U.S. 441. In Florida, the blaze was 50 percent contained Tuesday. The smoke had lifted enough to open Interstates 10 and 75 to traffic, but drivers were warned that periodic closures were still possible. Another large wildfire, in northeastern Minnesota and Ontario, could be brou...

Nature Unleashes Terror Across America

...st Coast, in view of many Los Angeles residents, a blaze had covered more than 800 acres in the city's spra...kee National Wildlife Refuge, the largest recorded blaze since state record-keeping began in 1957. Smoke was spreading across wide areas of Florida as win...

Ontario Grants Fast-Track Compensation Rights for Work-Related Illnesses

...ered by firefighters within 24 hours of battling a blaze will also be presumed to be work-related. There...irefighters and one police sergeant who fought the blaze have since died of cancer) attempts to get compensation for their widows from Ontario's Workplace Sa...

Ukrainian Town Under A Canopy Of Toxic Skies

...ed by rail through Ukraine annually. This chemical blaze and health threat is sending jitters down Ukraine, where the memories of the 1986 explosion and fire at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant still hang afresh....

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