Coast Guard helicopter transports mother and child to safety after woman falls on Welsh beach [VIDEO]

Moment Coast Guard helicopter transports mother and child to safety after woman falls and hits her head on rocks on Welsh beach A mother and child were rescued on a Welsh beach after a woman fell on rocks Dramatic footage shows couple airlifted from danger by helicopter The mother injured her head on the rocks and was taken to hospital ...

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Emergency services rush into major road incident near Charing Cross in Glasgow

Emergency services rushed to a major incident on a bridge in Glasgow’s Charing Cross area. Photos show a heavy police, fire and ambulance presence outside the Scottish Power building on St Vincent Street. St Vincent Street reopened westbound to Newton Street after closing for a short time. The nature of the incident is unclear, but police are currently staying at ...

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Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society helps transfer tired cub to rehabilitation center

DEN DIGGER: A Westview resident noticed a small bear cub digging a hole under a porch. They called the BC RAPP line (1.877.952.7277), and the call went to local conservation officer Andrew Anaka. This little one, who was preparing for winter, was also beginning to fall asleep, even while digging. He was quickly picked up by Andrew and placed in ...

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From rescue dog to Essex Fire Department lifeguard

A RESCUE dog is about to return the favor as proud trainers say he is one of their best students in training to be a search and rescue dog. It’s been a tough road for Bailey – a two-year-old Golden Labrador Retriever. The big-hearted dog was taken in by the Dog’s Trust after it was found stray, with some describing ...

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“Looking for a few good men … and women.” »The January 2022 edition of Allegany magazine pays tribute to our firefighting and voluntary rescue societies | Magazine Alléganie

They are looking for a few good men … and women January 2022 edition of Allegany magazine features tribute to volunteer fire and rescue companies As the saying goes “they are looking for a few good men”. And also women. The January 2022 edition of Allegany magazine honors and shines a spotlight not only on the volunteers of the region’s ...

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10 to watch in 2022 as Rangers star Stephen Kelly and Aberdeen kid Calvin Ramsay make headlines

The kids of Scottish football for glory have been rushed into the first teams across the country due to the Covid outbreaks having squads creaking at the seams. Corn Sport record has selected ten of the best who can shine in 2022 across Britain’s game with Premiership talent dominating the caps. Kerr smith Dundee United, 17 It’s been a calendar ...

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Celebrate the New Year with the Holiday Concert by Rob Mathes

Thousands of people have already watched the Rob Mathes Holiday Concert, available for just two weeks this year on YouTube. If you haven’t watched it yet, there are still a few days left to see the concert online before it is gone forever on January 5th. “Last year, in the midst of the pandemic, myself and a few of my ...

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Belfast Harbor area fire treated as accident

A fire that burned for four days in the Belfast Port area has been extinguished. The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service said on Friday that the fire at the East Twin Road Scrap Metal Recycling Center in Belfast had been brought under control. He said on Twitter that the blaze allegedly started accidentally and that firefighters worked “tirelessly” to ...

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Not a minute to lose: Father and son team up to rescue man trapped in car as fire breaks out | Family

BLOUNTVILLE – Angels exist and Christmas miracles happen. Just ask two families brought together by what both believe to be the hand of God to save an 89-year-old man from the burning wreckage of his car on Christmas Day. JD Winegar was on his way home from a family reunion when he lost control of his car, hit a tree ...

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Pollution ‘causing cancer’ skyrockets amid massive Belfast Wharf fire

Pollution from a range of illnesses skyrocketed in a massive fire that burned for two days in Belfast, environmental records show. Levels of fine particles called PM2.5, which have been linked to conditions such as cancer and lung disease, dropped from 6 microns per cubic meter to 88 microns in the span of four hours during the fire in the ...

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