Monthly Archives: August 2022

Scottish Games, Joji, Aurora Theater

There’s plenty of fun to be had around the Bay Area this holiday weekend, from music and new plays to favorite festivals. Here is just a preview. And if you’re heading to a show or event, please check the main website for any updates regarding hearing or COVID safety precautions. Scottish Games return to Pleasanton Dust off the kilts and ...

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New York Rescue urges adopting long-term residents

(Photo credit: adogslifephoto) Shelters across the United States participated in “Operation Clear the Shelters” during the month of August. A New York rescue took the opportunity to promote adoptions of dogs that have been around longer than others. Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) has waived adoption fees for all dogs over 45 pounds through August 31. New dog parents ...

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Arsonists set fire to an abandoned building in Crewe near the town center | Local News | New

The Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service responded to a fire in an abandoned building in Crewe – believed to have been deliberately reignited. The incident on Electricity Street was reported at 8.32pm last night (August 30). Two Crewe fire engines rushed to the scene – putting out the deliberate blaze. The arson attack occurred near the disused Crewe Electricity Works ...

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Santa Barbara appoints new police chief after nearly two years of search

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — The city of Santa Barbara has appointed a new police chief to see more than 200 sworn officers from the Santa Barbara Police Department. Kelly Ann Gordon was announced as the new police chief on Tuesday, replacing acting police chief Marylinda Arroyo. Arroyo was named acting chief after former acting chief Barney Melekian retired in July. ...

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A group from the Forth Valley Sensory Center takes to the water

Eleven members of the Redbrae Road facility’s Talk and Sign group, which aims to combat isolation and bring deaf and hard of hearing people together, recently caused a stir in Kinghorn by trying out paddle boarding. Linsey Stocks, FVSC Group Coordinator, said: “Our paddleboard trip went brilliantly and everyone who took part had a great time. It was their first ...

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FOHCAS Raises Funds for Relief Transport Hangar | Local News

The Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter are raising funds for a rescue transport shed. Hardin County Animal Shelter Rescue Partners are one way for pets to find a forever home. According to a press release, arrangements are being made for these pets to be transported to other rescue groups in the northern United States and Canada, creating a network ...

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National Guard helicopter assists Mount Wilson rescue southwest of Telluride – The Durango Herald

The National Guard flew a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter from Gypsum to rescue an injured mountain climber on Mount Wilson on Saturday afternoon. (Courtesy of the National Guard) The lower leg of the solitary climber crushed by the rock; lowered line for helicopter extraction Rescue teams, mountaineers and a National Guard helicopter helped rescue an injured mountaineer on Mount Wilson ...

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Confined space according to OSHA

What is a confined space The Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) has published a detailed description of what constitutes a confined space. LOS ALAMITOS, CA, USA, August 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Many rescuers often have to enter confined and enclosed spaces to rescue animals and people. This is considered a regular occurrence in their profession, but there seems to ...

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Scottish Games, Ring of Fire, Fonda Fair – The Daily Gazette

With a new week underway, here are five of the events and news our team of reporters are following. SCOTTISH GAMES BEGIN The Capital District Scottish Games will be held at the Altamont Exhibition Center on Saturday. The long-standing local tradition includes everything from live Scottish music to Highland dancing. And, of course, Highland athletics. The event, which is presented ...

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just adopted a Rescue Beagle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have welcomed a new member of the Sussex family. The royal couple reportedly adopted a 7-year-old rescue beagle named Mamma Mia. In a canine Cinderella story worthy of an animated feature film, the Los Angeles Time reports that Mamma Mia and her eight newborn puppies were rescued from an Envigo breeding and research facility in ...

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‘Terrified’ ex-fire engines will remain stranded on Ashford roads due to parked cars

A former fire chief said emergency vehicles struggling to descend narrow roads with cars parked on either side are a “ticking time bomb”. Peter New, who served with the Kent Fire and Rescue Service for 35 years, said action had to be taken now, before there was a fatality. Fire trucks continually struggle to get through narrow roads. Photo taken ...

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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Sky Explorers

I love a good roguelike. And I definitely love Mystery Dungeon Games. For those who don’t know, the Mystery Dungeon moniker is actually its own meta-franchise. I address this point in my review of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DXa remake of the first generation in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon derivative series. The second part of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon (PMD) ...

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Purple lighting to mark International Overdose Awareness Day

across Dumfries and Galloway will be lit purple to mark International Overdose Awareness Day on the 31stst August. It is in remembrance of those who have died due to overdose and to acknowledge the grief of families and friends left behind. Throughout August, the Alcohol and Drug Partnership and drug and alcohol support charity We Are With You ran local ...

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Sick sea lions land on California beaches. Here’s how to help

The number of sick sea lions found along the Ventura County coast continued to rise on Friday, and rescue groups are asking for the public’s help. The Channel Islands Marine & Wildlife Institute has reported 61 patients — 45 in Ventura County and 16 in Santa Barbara County — since Aug. 15. As of Friday morning, volunteers were responding to ...

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Upstate program matches rescue service dogs with veterans

UPSTATE, SC (WSPA) – “Service Dogs for Veterans” is an upstate program that matches rescue dogs with veterans and puts them through an eight-month training to become a licensed service dog . Instead of most programs giving a veteran an already licensed service dog, the vet bonds with their dog as they both complete training together. 7news spoke to two ...

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When tested by fire, heat, pandemic and drought, Chongqing is stronger together

August 26, 2022 BEIJING – The summer of 2022 is destined to become an indelible memory for the people of Chongqing, a summer when we were tested beyond measure and a time when we came together to adapt and overcome. Long known as the furnace of China, the summer of 2022 made Chongqing the peak of China’s relentless heatwave, up ...

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Cameron House bosses warned about storing ashes in cupboards, inquest finds

B Bones in a hotel that would later go up in flames, claiming the lives of two men, were told by a fire inspector about the danger of storing combustible materials in some cupboards. Simon Midgley, 32, and Richard Dyson, 38, died when a fire broke out at the Cameron House hotel near Balloch on the shores of Loch Lomond ...

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A diamond ring fell into an ocean. Lou Asci found it with a metal detector.

Comment this story Comment Lou Asci heard a woman had lost her diamond ring in the ocean on a New Hampshire beach, so he grabbed his metal detector and dove in before low tide – which that day was 4:20 a.m. Asci, 60, had seen Francesca Teal’s post in the Hampton Beach Residents & Friends Facebook group, asking ‘anyone who ...

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Lieutenant-Governor Earle–Sears: “What you are doing, first responders, is not in vain” | Local News

Some in the audience had entered a burning building in Spotsylvania County to get two people to safety or risked their lives in the middle of a blizzard to get a bleeding pregnant woman from King George County to hospital. Others have spent thousands of hours investigating what has been described as ‘one of the most gruesome crimes’ Spotsylvania has ...

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Watch California Police Rescue Hostages From Sword-Wielding Suspect

The Sacramento Police Department released video on Tuesday of a SWAT officer shooting a sword-wielding man as he held his wife and children hostage inside his home. The a police shooting took place on August 10 during a rescue at the Sacramento home in the 100 block of Dragonfly Circle, after several hours of officers trying to convince the gunman ...

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Plaque for seven firefighters who died in Glasgow blaze 5 decades ago will be unveiled

NewsPeople A red plaque commemorating seven firefighters who died in a fire in Glasgow 50 years ago is to be unveiled. Wednesday, August 24, 2022, 10:35 a.m. Andrew Quinn, Alistair Crofts, Iain Bermingham, Allan Finlay, William Hooper, Duncan McMillan and James Rook were responding to a warehouse fire on Kilbirnie Street when they were killed after a ceiling collapsed while ...

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Extremist Jared Taylor to speak at ASU

Well-known extremist and self-proclaimed “white lawyer” Jared Taylor is coming to the Valley next week to speak at Arizona State University. The name of his next conference? “If We Do Nothing: A Defense of White Identity Politics.” Taylor – dubbed the “academic racist” by the Anti-Defamation League and a white nationalist by the Southern Poverty Law Center – is the ...

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Montgomery Fire Department gets $1 million in new search and rescue equipment

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – Montgomery Fire/Rescue has received $1 million in equipment to better help victims of natural disasters. The equipment will be used by the urban search and rescue team during a natural disaster. Special Operations Chief Samuel Castanza said firefighters have wanted to take their special operations to the next level for years. “The fire chief is very ...

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Who played when Rangers beat PSV in 1999? Van Bronckhorst on fire

Michael Mols of Rangers Mandatory Credit: Clive Mason /Allsport Rangers will have history on their side when they travel to Eindhoven for Wednesday’s Champions League play-off against PSV. The last time these two sides met in Europe, in October 1999, Lorenzo Amoruso, Neil McCann and Michael Mols all found their way to the net as Rangers claimed a landslide victory ...

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MPs had ‘high risk’ traffic stopped to catch 3 suspects at football game

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Following the shooting during a football game at West Creek High School on Friday, deputies conducted a “high risk traffic stop” and arrested three people ages 16, 17 and 18 years old. The incident began with a report of suspicious activity in the school parking lot, according to Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lt. Mark ...

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Fire Industry Association unveils program for FIA inaugural conference

THE INAUGURAL Conference of the Fire Industry Association (FIA) will take place on Wednesday 14th September at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Following FIM Expo, taking place at the same venue the day before, the Trade Association will examine how the fire industry has changed following the Grenfell Tower tragedy in June 2017. Presented under the title: “What has changed ...

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Haaland and Silva save Manchester City in Newcastle thriller | premier league

For long stretches of thrilling and at times tumultuous 90 minutes on Tyneside, Manchester City seemed out of breath. The visitors’ spells of distress and sheer bewilderment had nothing to do with a lack of fitness and everything to do with the skill and aggression of Allan Saint-Maximin and the rest of a Newcastle team that had obviously bought into ...

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Scottish ministers accused of dragging their feet removing Grenfell-style flammable cladding from buildings

Scottish ministers accused of dragging their feet removing Grenfell-style flammable cladding from buildings Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon of Google’s “G” mark. ...

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Saving wildlife is not an adventure, Khunti’s elephant episode is a lesson for all: DFO Khunti

MF AHMAD Daltonganj, August 20: Irrigation wells opened in Jharkhand have seen elephant calves or even elephants in a few cases fall into them. If the success rate is to be analysed, their well recovery has always been good all over Jharkhand. This week, a female calf fell into a 10ft deep irrigation well in Khunti District Forestry Division. It ...

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Guardian loses whistleblower complaint over high-profile fire

By Alex Baldwin (August 19, 2022, 6:52 p.m. BST) — The Glasgow School of Art did not breach employment law when it fired a former tutor over social media posts and press statements and in Parliament over fires that destroyed a historic school building, a Scottish court has ruled. Guardian Gordon Gibb should have raised concerns about the building’s safety ...

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Governor Hochul announces more than $500 million has been given to New York State by the Biden administration to support small businesses as part of the US bailout

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that New York State has received $501.5 million in federal funds under the state’s reauthorized and expanded Small Business Credit Initiative. under the American Rescue Plan Act. Administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, SSBCI provides funding to support programs for small businesses, with a focus on those still struggling with the economic impact ...

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There were also flammable materials on the upper floors of the building, the head of the emergency service said.

It would not be correct to set a date for the end of the search operations, because it takes a long time to remove each reinforced concrete structure hanging from the three-storey building. Armen Gasparyan, director of Armenia’s rescue service, told reporters about it on Friday. “Given that the missing citizen was at the epicenter of the explosion and a ...

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RNLI water safety and lifesaving training provided to businesses on the River Clyde

Glasgow businesses along the River Clyde are being offered potentially life-saving water safety and water rescue training under a new initiative. The RNLI is partnering with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) with the Waterside Responder initiative to better prepare employees of local businesses to be able to respond to potential incidents in the water. Training will be provided ...

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Farm and conservation groups applaud funding for climate agriculture

A new federal bill will make historic investments in voluntary and long underfunded conservation programs. The Inflation Reduction Act, passed by Congress on August 12, will invest an additional $20 billion in voluntary conservation programs for farmers over the next decade. Supporters of the bill, which was cross-party passed in both the House and Senate, say it will help farmers ...

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‘Great success’ for Daventry Emergency Services Fun Day with over 4,000 visitors

Over 4,000 visitors of all ages were treated to a fun day of games and entertainment at Daventry to learn about the work done by emergency services in the community. The Emergency Services Fun Day was held at Danetre and Southbrook Learning Village in Hawke Road between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Wednesday August 10. Families were able to ...

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Every Pokemon Game On Nintendo Switch Ranked

The Pokemon series has made its mark on nearly every Nintendo console, from the Game Boy to the 3DS, and the Nintendo Switch is no different. The system has a range of mainline series titles and spin-off games to sink your teeth into, so when it comes to the Switch, you’re never really left behind when it comes to Pokemon ...

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A functional congress? Yes. – The New York Times

Describing Congress as dysfunctional seems irreproachable, even cliché. I did it myself this summer. Yet, as the current session enters its final months, the description seems wrong. The 117th Congress was surprisingly functional. On a bipartisan basis, it passed bills to build roads and other infrastructure; strengthen gun safety; expanding health care for veterans; protect victims of sexual misconduct; overhaul ...

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Huge rescue effort on the Ecuador volcano: 3 climbers dead, 12 injured

Home » News » Huge rescue effort on the Equateur volcano: 3 climbers dead, 12 injured Ecuador has mobilized a massive rescue effort after a group of climbers fell 180ft on one of the country’s tallest volcanoes. The government said three climbers died and 12 others were injured during the ascent of an Ecuadorian volcano on Saturday. The climbers suffered ...

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Fresh flooding at Mexican mine hamper rescue efforts for 10 miners

SABINAS, Mexico, Aug 15 (Reuters) – Mexico’s efforts to rescue 10 miners who were trapped in a flooded coal mine 13 days ago have faced another setback as groundwater levels rose, a officials announced Monday. Miners found themselves confined underground at the Pinabete mine in the border state of Coahuila on August 3 when their excavation work led to the ...

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Trio of concept designs to redevelop fire-hit Troon Station

A fire damaged the station last year Proposed plans for the redevelopment of the Troon station building following a fire that destroyed it in July last year are to be unveiled to the public. Network Rail invites the local community and all interested parties to a community event at Walker Hall in Troon between 4.00pm and 7.00pm on Wednesday 24 ...

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Raleigh-area animal rescue groups team up to help beagles from mass breeding facility

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) — Local animal rescue groups are teaming up to help dozens of beagles rescued from a mass breeding facility in Virginia. On Sunday, the SAFE Care Spay and Neuter Clinic provided spaying surgeries, exams and vaccinations for beagles rescued from the ENVIGO facility in Cumberland, Virginia. Beagles move into foster homes in North Carolina after being rescued ...

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Bonfire destroys five outbuildings in Oxford

A FIRE in Oxford spread and destroyed five outbuildings in Oxford last night (13). Five fire engines from Rewley Road, Slade, Watlington and Abingdon were called to Littlemore around 9.50pm. The fire which spread involved several sheds, hedges and trees in the rear gardens of six properties. READ MORE: Shocking photos show the impact of a fire caused by a ...

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Kobe Bryant: They reached the crash site, then set off a chain reaction leading to a grisly court case

Los Angeles CNN — Amid thick fog and dense brush, eight members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department set out on foot through the remote terrain of the Santa Monica Mountains. It was around 10 a.m. on January 26, 2020, and a helicopter had just crashed. Smoke filled the air and first responders were unsure if anyone had survived, ...

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YouthFest 2022: Kelburn Castle Festival Celebrates North Ayrshire Youth

A two-day festival for North Ayrshire youngsters to let loose and have fun was held at Kelburn Castle last week. Returning for the first time since before the pandemic, the highly anticipated Youth Festival welcomed more than 160 young people aged 12 to 16 as they camped out under the stars, listened to live music and enjoyed other activities on ...

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Pride of Gwent: South Wales Fire and Rescue Service lauded

SOUTH Wales Fire and Rescue Service had every reason to applaud last year’s Argus Pride of Gwent South Wales awards as one of their own was recognized for his hard work and dedication. Nicola Wheten, Crimes and Consequences Project Manager, won the Achiever Award and was also a finalist in the Special Recognition Award category. On top of that, Red ...

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The best of the southeast

WILMINGTON, NC – The Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue Team recently won a regional competition that hailed them as the best ocean rescue team in the Southeast. Soon they will find out if they can do even better. What do you want to know In July, Wrightsville Beach won first place in the United States Lifesaving Association’s South Atlantic Regional competition. ...

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Level of water shortage in Scotland rises as parts of England declare drought

More and more parts of Scotland have reached the highest level of water scarcity as a halt to water withdrawals is put in place. The east of the country has continued to dry out over the past week, with conditions “deteriorating with hot and dry weather”, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has warned. Businesses and farmers surrounding River Eden ...

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Local Elk Valley Animal Rescue is calling for help

Twin Meadows Animal Rescue Society (TMARS) needs your help. The local Elk Valley animal rescue group currently has 12 kittens to examine and adopt, and as many cats. TMARS co-founder Nycki Wannamaker said the number of adoptions in the Elk Valley has slowed “a lot” in line with a provincial slowdown noted by the BCSPCA. “It’s definitely slowed down,” she ...

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PHOTOS: Seaford road closed after ‘sinkhole’ appears

Crouch Lane is currently closed after emergency services responded to reports of a sinkhole appearing. A spokesman for the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said: ‘At 12.15pm today we dispatched firefighters from Newhaven to Crouch Lane in Seaford where a suspected sinkhole appeared on the road. Please avoid the area. » a Sussex Police spokesman added: ‘At 1pm on ...

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Evansville, Indiana: 3 people died and 39 homes were damaged after a house explosion

“There could be other victims, we haven’t finished our search,” Connelly said. “Buildings are not yet safe to enter.” The initial investigation shows that 39 houses suffered “severe minor damage”, the chief added. The chief then told reporters that 11 of those 39 homes remained habitable, adding that the American Red Cross would assist affected families. Evansville is about 3 ...

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Scottish Rite Cathedral fire: investigation underway

As the investigation into a suspected arson attack that destroyed the hall of the Scottish Rite Cathedral in West Reading entered its second day, the association that operates the facility, including its 1,300-seat auditorium, was stuck in limbo. “There is nothing we can do until the investigation is complete,” said Irwin A. Kohler, director of the Scottish Rite Cathedral Association, ...

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UNCW and DC Virgo collaboration brings sea turtle lesson to life

Wednesday, August 10, 2022 Students at DC Virgo Preparatory Academy participated in a summer STEM learning experience using virtual reality to explore sea turtle rescue and conservation, thanks to a special group of UNCW student researchers and nearly $1 million in grants from the National Science Foundation. “This is exactly the type of work that UNCW does so well,” said ...

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A beluga rescued from the Seine euthanized in transit, according to French authorities

The cetacean had been stuck since August 2 in the freshwater lock of Saint-Pierre-La-Garenne, some 75 km northwest of Paris. His health deteriorated after refusing to eat, according to wildlife protection associations monitoring the situation. It took more than 80 rescuers six hours to extract the animal from the lock, Reuters reported, after which it was placed on a barge, ...

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Turriff community expresses concern over healthcare provision

Concerns have been raised about access to the GP’s practice and Minor Injury Unit in Turriff. A crowded Baden Powell Center saw more than 200 local residents attend a town hall meeting on Monday evening, called by local MP David Duguid to voice community concerns over the provision of health care. Three main issues were raised, namely access to the ...

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Kent fire: Horror as thick black smoke billows from behind a row of houses | United Kingdom | New

Footage from the scene shows huge plumes of black smoke rising into the sky behind a row of houses. Eight fire engines have been dispatched to the scene and firefighters are working to extinguish the flames. Firefighters are advising anyone living or working nearby to keep windows and doors closed as a precaution due to the smoke. Residents shared photos ...

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The Lake District Mountain Rescue Team calls after a walker hears cries of ‘help me’

Photo: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team A mountain rescue team has been called after a worried walker heard cries of ‘help me’ while descending Barrow to Stile End. The Keswick Mountain Rescue Team were called at 6.22pm on August 4 in Stile End after the walker called 999 after hearing five to six cries pleading for help. Due to the direction ...

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As UK heatwave returns, fire chiefs are pleading with Britons to ditch barbecues and government demands a complete garden hose ban

FIRE chefs want backyard barbecues eliminated amid fears of another super-scorching 40C (104F) this week. They warn of ‘unprecedented’ heat as a UK garden hose ban looms. seven Fire chiefs want barbecues eliminated amid fears of another 40C scorcher this week – pictured from the scene of a garden fire in EssexCredit: NC seven A woman walks through a dried ...

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Gaza deaths rise following Israeli strikes amid ceasefire talks

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli warplanes brought down targets in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, increasing the Palestinian death toll, and militants fired repeated rockets that penetrated deep into Israel, even as reports indicated that the parties were seeking a ceasefire agreement. As Egyptian officials worked on a deal, seven more people were killed in Gaza, bringing the ...

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Firefighters tackle Carterton bedroom fire

FIREFIGHTERS put out a fire in a Carterton home, caused by an electrical outage. On Friday evening (August 5) at approximately 8:10 p.m., crews from Witney, Burford and Rewley Road Fire Stations were called to report a fire in a bedroom in the Cranwell Avenue area of ​​the city. Upon arriving at the scene, firefighters were confronted with smoke and ...

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Boston man, 22, killed in Wyoming lightning strike

The National Outdoor Leadership School said a group was camping in the Absaroka Mountains Tuesday night when a 22-year-old student was struck by lightning and went into cardiac arrest, according to a statement. A second adult student was also injured, the statement said. The school has not identified either student. The group had taken cover and were in a “lightning ...

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Kate Middleton enjoyed a rare moment at Balmoral as the Queen ‘let her guard down’ | royal | New

As the Queen spends her traditional summer vacation at her private Scottish home in Balmoral, her grandson Prince William, with his wife Kate and their children, is very likely to join her. But Kate, in particular, is said to have a special relationship with the Queen as the Duchess was still dating Prince William when she was first invited to ...

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Day of Caring brings volunteers to sites throughout the region – Chicago Tribune

Jeanne Sommer has never seen the Lakeshore PAWS parking lot as full as Friday, when the nonprofit Valparaiso Dog Rescue received help from more than 70 volunteers as part of United’s annual Day of Caring Way of Northwest Indiana. “We’ve been so full, as have shelters across the country, and so it helps us spend time with the dogs because ...

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Essex Fire Service assists a large fire on the ground in East Bergholt

Several fire crews battled flames from a large blaze that threatened to spread to nearby homes. A large field and grass fire broke out near the caravan park at Grange Country Park this afternoon. Crews were called to the scene at East End Lane, East Bergholt, Suffolk at 12.06pm. Two crews from Colchester battled the flames this afternoon alongside crews ...

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Incredible water rescue filmed north of Las Vegas

Video: Incredible water rescue filmed in Las Vegas Updated: 4:20 a.m. CDT August 5, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript rushing water up to 25 to 30 miles an hour pushed this woman nearly two miles into the washhouse near Los E. And Alexander and the firefighters knew she wouldn’t be able to hold the pillar shit longer. They say she ...

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Worry that Perth and Kinross Council do not handle holiday rental licenses

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Voluntary group of gulls and birds needing help due to rescue center closure

The South Coast & Sussex Bird/Gull Volunteer Network is struggling following the closure of most wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centres. In July, the RSPCA England and Wales announced that its rescue centers would no longer take in seabirds due to the risk of the disease spreading, but officers will continue to attend to reports of sick birds and wounded. Register ...

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Northfield girl seriously injured in car-on-bike crash; No referendum on the modernization of secondary facilities this fall; Northfield City Council Approves 2023 NAFRS Budget

Northfield Police Department reported last night that a 14-year-old girl from Northfield was airlifted to the Hennepin County Medical Center after being hit by a car. At approximately 5.51am yesterday, Northfield Police were dispatched to report a personal injury accident involving a car and a cyclist on Jefferson Parkway at the intersection with Afton Street. The cyclist was seriously injured ...

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Search and rescue workers were hungry and exhausted when this Utah restaurant responded

Kim Houtz, owner of Dairy Keen, chats with Andrea Buhl after taking her order from Dairy Keen in Heber on Tuesday. Houtz made 50 cheeseburgers and 50 ham sandwiches for Wasatch County Search and Rescue on Sunday, when Dairy Keen is usually closed. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes HEBER CITY – Local burger joint Dairy Keen ...

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Photos: Long weekend of busy community sporting events in Calgary

Edmonton Scottish United SC U15 goalkeeper leaps to save a shot at the net from a Foothills FC player at Shouldice Athletic Park during the Calgary Minor Soccer Association Calgary Cup on Monday August 1, 2022. ARYN TOOMBS / FOR LIVEWIRE CALGARY Cycling, soccer and hockey took to the streets and grounds of the city during Calgary’s Heritage Day long ...

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New life for second-hand treasures in Corrales

Wendy Hoffman Over the years, SWARF has spent or donated nearly $1 million. A small Corrales icon with international impact briefly tipped to the brink of extinction. It now has a new life, thanks to an important concept: collaboration. Secondhand Treasures, the highly visible lifeline of Southwest Animal Rescue Fund, Inc. (SWARF), received a ‘termination notice’ that gave the popular ...

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11-year-old suffers burns to half of body after e-bike battery explodes

An 11-year-old boy suffered severe burns to half of his body after an e-bike battery that was charging in his bedroom caught fire on Monday. Aviel Dabush was dragged out of his burning room in a residential building in Netanya and rushed to Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, unconscious and in serious condition. Six other people were injured in ...

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Sunday evergreen races will benefit Alpine Rescue Team

EVERGREEN, Colo. – Two races this weekend will not only take runners on a scenic course at Evergreen, but will also support the Alpine Rescue Team, which provides free 24/7 search and rescue services. The Evergreen Town Race, the Alpine Rescue Team’s premier fundraiser, celebrates its 42nd anniversary in 2022 with a 5k and 10k course that descends Upper Bear ...

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Bucks named one of the UK’s worst areas for outdoor barbecue fires

Results collected and evaluated by Confused.com named Bucks the third-highest county in backyard fire rescues. Bucks trailed only Bedfordshire and Inverclyde when it came to out-of-control outdoor fires. Garden fires in Buckinghamshire have increased by an average of 11% each year for the past decade, the 16th highest increase of any area analysed. Register to our daily newsletter Bucks Fire ...

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