Author Archives: Brian L. Yazzie

Chelsea control group after Ingle and Cuthbert sink Real Madrid | Women’s Champions League

Erin Cuthbert said: ‘People say I only score bangers and that’s actually boring – I want to score tap-ins too, I want to be known as a goalscorer’ after her stunning strike. against Tottenham on Sunday. However, the Scottish striker, who signed a new contract with Chelsea last week, fired from wide to ensure the Blues extended their lead at ...

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Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service supports National Road Safety Week

Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service Traffic Collision Live Demo Downtown Carlisle – Saturday, November 26, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Crews from Carlisle East and West Fire Stations will be in downtown Carlisle from 10am to 2pm on Saturday November 26 as part of National Road Safety Week. Firefighters will replicate a road accident and demonstrate how crews would rescue ...

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Harrisonburg City Council hears update on proposed homeless service center

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – The City of Harrisonburg purchased more than three acres of land and a 6,730 square foot building on North Main Street this summer to help the city create its permanent low-barrier shelter for adults without shelter. The City Council has committed a portion of its American Rescue Plan Act funding to this project as the COVID-19 ...

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Driver charged in fatal crash at Hingham Apple Store held on $100,000 bond – Boston 25 News

HINGHAM, Mass. – The driver of an SUV that slammed into the front of an Apple Store in Hingham on Monday, killing one person and injuring 19 others, has been ordered to post $100,000 cash bail as part of the chaotic crash. Bradley Rein, 53, was arraigned in Hingham District Court on Tuesday for reckless homicide by a motor vehicle ...

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SNP leaders under fire over NHS ‘twin-tier privatisation’ proposals as Nicola Sturgeon hits out at critics

SNP chiefs faced a storm today when it emerged NHS Scotland chiefs had suggested setting up a ‘two-tier’ healthcare system where the well-to-do would pay. Nicholas Sturgeon and she Health secretary Humza Yousaf were forced to deny that there were plans to charge wealthier patients for treatment as part of efforts to reduce growing waiting lists. 2 Nicola Sturgeon was ...

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Indonesia earthquake kills at least 46 as landslides block relief | app

At least 46 people have been killed and around 700 others injured in Indonesia after a 5.6 magnitude earthquake rocked the West Java region on Monday afternoon. Several homes, shops and public buildings were damaged and landslides were reported in parts of Cianjur Regency, the epicenter of the roughly 7-second quake, authorities said. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is ...

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🌱 Back to Work Soft Skills And Job Search + Rescue Brew Beer Winners

Hello everyone. It’s Monday in Charleston and I’m back in your inbox with everything good to print on what’s happening in town. I wish you all a nice day. But first, today’s weather: Sunny to partly cloudy. High: 59 Low: 47. 🏡 Attention real estate agents in Charleston! We are now offering an exclusive sponsorship opportunity for an agent interested ...

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One Year, 50 Cats Adopted in Unique Corporate-Rescue Partnership | The Valley Register

Featured image: Laurie Mason Schroeder, owner of Purr Haus and Bubbles. purr housea one-of-a-kind Lehigh Valley shop selling “The Best Stuff for Cats and the People Who Love Them,” will celebrate its one-year anniversary on Small Business Saturday (Nov. 26) with the milestone of 50 cats adopted by customers who visited the shop. Owner Laurie Mason Schroeder opened Purr Haus ...

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Hernando County dog ​​operation services suspended due to virus

Suspended services will include dog adoptions, admissions, surgeries and rescue transfers. HERNANDO COUNTY, Fla. — After consulting with experts at the University of Florida, canine operations in Hernando County will be suspended beginning Saturday due to canine pneumovirus, according to a news release. Suspended services will include dog adoptions, admissions, surgeries and rescue transfers. The county says pneumovirus is generally ...

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NL asks the federal government for “immediate” improvements to search and rescue in Labrador

Labrador Affairs Minister Lisa Dempster said the provincial government is acting on recommendations made by the provincial inquiry into ground search and rescue operations. (John Pike/CBC) The Newfoundland and Labrador government is increasing pressure on its federal counterpart for better search and rescue resources in Labrador. In a press release Wednesday, the province called on the federal government to take ...

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Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee meets after an active summer

Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee meets after an active summer On September 27, 2022, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Lee Satterfield convened the 16 member agencies of the Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee (CHCC) for the second time this year. The Committee’s discussion focused on recent multilateral meetings on cultural heritage, policy changes and increased capacities. Assistant Secretary ...

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Airmen fly to the rescue

Helping homeowners stranded in mid-west New South Wales was a rewarding experience for two Air Force Airmen during Operation Flood Assist 22-2. Deployed to Forbes, NSW, the airmen worked with volunteers from the State Emergency Service (SES) after record flooding. Chief Airman Kade Kennaway and Chief Airwoman Anya Morris, from RAAF Base Townsville, flew by helicopter to a property 30km ...

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Rescue team gets a boost from Henshalls

Search and rescue volunteers from a Shropshire charity have thanked a local business for supporting their work. Mark Freeman of Henshalls and Andy Neal of West Mercia Search and Rescue Henshalls Insurance Group has donated £250 to the West Mercia Search and Rescue team to help them with their latest fundraising initiatives. Director Mark Freeman said: “Volunteers show such dedication ...

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Colts All-Pro LB Shaquille Leonard undergoes season-ending back surgery

Shaquille Leonard’s season is over. The Indianapolis Colts All-Pro linebacker underwent season-ending back surgery on Tuesday, Reporting by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Leonard has been limited to three games this season with various injuries. Leonard, 27, has been struggling with persistent nerve-related back issues, and the Colts placed him on the injured reserve last week. ESPN’s Adam Schefter said he ...

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Petition for strict prosecution of suspected Orangevale cat killer garners 2,500 signatures

ORANGEVALE — An alleged cat killer returns to court on Thursday, November 17, but some neighbors are organizing early to demand that he be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. At present, the evidence supports only one case of cruelty. However, community members began to sound the alarm, connecting the dots on social media sites, after it was ...

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The true story of the Crown Windsor Castle fire and what happened next

Warning: Contains SPOILERS for The crown season 5Among the many crises enveloping the royal family in The crown season 5 is the devastating fire that ravaged Windsor Castle in 1992. Like many issues that arise in the fifth season of The crownscreenwriter Peter Morgan posits that the fire is a metaphor for the chaotic state of the seemingly antiquated royal ...

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Lake District walker dies after being found unconscious in fall near Wast Water

A man has died after becoming unconscious while walking over a waterfall in the Lake District. The walker was on Whin Rigg at the time of the incident, with a rescue team notified at 12.40am on Saturday November 12. The rescue team quickly arrived alongside an air ambulance. Despite all the efforts of the team and the walker’s friends and ...

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Dundee fire: Robertson furniture store ravaged by massive fire

A massive fire that engulfed a historic furniture store in central Dundee was started deliberately in a ‘reckless and dangerous’ act, police said. The fire at Robertson’s abandoned building on Barrack Street on Saturday evening sent a column of smoke over the city on Saturday evening. On Sunday, Police Scotland said they were investigating the blaze as an act of ...

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The pet store: Calendar of events

Get information, stories and more on The Pet Shop blog at www.greensboro.com/blogs. Send events to [email protected] Welcome for the Special Adoption Holidays: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, through December 31, Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Road, Burlington. Adopt any dog ​​or cat for $15. Adoption fees include sterilization and vaccinations. www.burlingtonnc.gov/pets. Animal ...

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University town student honored for July flood rescue

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. — University City High School honored a student Friday after saving a child during historic July flooding. John Trotter is a cadet and sophomore in high school, and he was honored with a big surprise at the high school’s Veterans Day ceremony on Friday. He was awarded the JROTC Air Force Silver Valor Medal, which is awarded ...

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Body of student found after falling into river in Likas

Edgar KOTA KINABALU (November 12): A 15-year-old student who went missing after falling from the Yayasan Sabah Bridge in Teluk Likas on Friday was found on Saturday morning. The body of 1-year-old Edgar Edelson Ajintap was discovered about a mile from where he was first reported missing on Friday. Lintas Fire and Rescue Station chief Agustavia Joe Guasi said a ...

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42 Organizations Receive Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accreditation – Horse Racing News

The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance has granted accreditations to 42 Thoroughbred aftercare organizations for 2022. The 42 organizations include 41 previously accredited organizations and one that received accreditation for the first time. The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, the only accrediting body in Thoroughbred aftercare, now has a network of 81 organizations with approximately 180 facilities in North America. “Congratulations to the 42 ...

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Man arrested for shooting on Porto Madrid Boulevard

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Birmingham Police are investigating after a shooting on November 7 at around 8.46pm on Boulevard Oporto Madrid. Police say the suspect has been identified as Mazin Othman, 40, of Hoover, Alabama. Birmingham 911 received a Shot Spotter notification that a shot had been fired in the vicinity of 125 Porto Madrid Boulevard. A Chevron is located ...

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These firefighters also have compassion for animals!

Risking your life for others during rescue operations is an integral part of the job of firefighters. Braving the flames, these men scale skyscrapers to ensure there is no loss of life. Prayagraj firefighters showed similar dedication and effort while rescuing puppies from a building. In a recent incident, a fire crew rescued two stray puppies trapped in a hole ...

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How did the 1992 fire at Windsor Castle start?

WINDSOR CASTLE is one of the most iconic buildings in the country, but it was previously engulfed in flames after a fire broke out in 1992. The incident destroyed 115 bedrooms and took five years to restore and is said to have “devastated” the Queen. 5 In 1992, Windsor Castle suffered a devastating fire, which caused millions of pounds of ...

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SeaWorld awards 10 emergency grants to wildlife organizations impacted by Hurricane Ian

Pavilion of Lemurs at the Naples Zoo. Photo courtesy of SeaWorld Conservation Fund In response to the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, the SeaWorld Conservation Fund provided emergency grants to 10 Florida zoological and wildlife rescue organizations affected by the storm. These emergency grants will help facilitate recovery efforts and directly benefit a variety of animal species, including big cats, ...

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Fears grow over cuts to Tyne and Wear Fire as Rescue Service as the brigade faces overspending worth more than £650,000

Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) bosses are facing a budget overrun of more than £650,000 this year. It comes amid warnings that rising fuel and energy bills, as well as higher than expected salary increases for staff, could have a devastating impact on vital lifeline services in the area. However, job losses or restrictions on services are ...

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EKY Animal Shelter discusses post-flood issues and how people can help

HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) – The Kentucky River Regional Animal Refuge (KRRAS) in Hazard serves Perry, Breathitt, Knott and Letcher counties, all of which were affected by the July flood. “I’ve been a volunteer at the shelter for 11 years now and I’ve never seen it like it is now,” said Pam Blair, KRRAS Spay and Spay Coordinator. “It was really ...

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Twelve arrested as emergency services attacked with fireworks, petrol bombs and bricks during Bonfire Night

Twelve people have been arrested following the Bonfire Night unrest which saw emergency services attacked with bricks, Molotov cocktails and fireworks. Police said the majority of serious incidents occurred in Edinburgh, where members of the public, firefighters and police were targeted by young people. Three officers needed medical attention after their vehicles were smashed with bricks, one was treated for ...

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The Donegal Mountain Rescue team called out as walkers got lost on Errigal mountain

The Donegal Mountain Rescue Team were busy again this evening after receiving a call at Errigal Mountain after lights were spotted at the back of the hill. Fortunately, the walkers in question found the right path and, with the help of the mountain rescue team, made it back safely. In a message, DMRT said: “This evening at 6.43pm the team ...

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My nightmare neighbor kicked me out of my house… but she was allowed to STAY – it’s so unfair

A WOMAN says she was kicked out of her home by her nightmare neighbor – but the neighbor was unfairly allowed to stay. Nicola Wilde, 44, says she has been through years of hell with her neighbor but fears for her life since the woman set fire to his door. 3 Nicola Wilde says she’s too scared to live at ...

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Inside Pittsburgh’s Homeless Camps with Light of Life Rescue Mission

Pittsburgh is expected to eliminate homeless encampments in the second week of November. Before that happened, Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 published the Light of Life rescue mission as they reached out to the homeless. See the video above for the full story. Light of Life has spent 70 years on the streets with homeless people in Allegheny County. We learn ...

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Firefighters tackle serious house fire in Crewe near schools and colleges | Local News | New

The Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service tackled a serious house fire in Crewe – located near several schools and a college. The incident on Woodside Avenue, Wistaston, near the junction with Dane Bank Avenue – happened at 5.01pm yesterday (November 3). A fire engine from Crewe and one from Middlewich arrived at the scene – tackling the house fire. One ...

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PHOTOS: Richmond Fire Department, Animal Control rescue dog from a 50ft embankment along the James River

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – Crews from Richmond Animal Care and Control (RACC) and the Richmond Fire Department used a boat to rescue a malamute who ended up at the bottom of a 50-foot embankment along of the James River. According to a Facebook post from the RACC, the dog fell or descended the embankment 50 feet, and the only way ...

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Getting the cat out of the bag: a look at animal services in Milpitas

Need to find a home for that stray cat? Worried about your neighbor’s aggressive dog? Are you looking to adopt a four-legged friend? Who are you gonna call? For local residents, the answer to this question is not so simple. That’s because in 2001, the town of Milpitas began contracting with the San Jose Animal Care Center (SJACC), which opened ...

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Emergency crews rush to the scene of a major accident involving multiple vehicles in Kinross

Emergency responders rushed to the scene of a multi-vehicle accident in Kinross on Wednesday evening. Crews from the Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) and Police Scotland attended the scene on Stirling Road in Milnathort. A fire department spokesperson confirmed their crews were called to report the crash at around 6.24pm. It is currently unknown if anyone ...

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Storm Claudico: RNLI heroes face rain and rough seas as they rescue couple from capsized yacht

This is the moment a couple were rescued from dangerous conditions just off Sandbanks after their £150,000 yacht capsized in high winds as Storm Claudico hit in the early hours of Tuesday. Volunteers from the Royal National Lifeboat Association (RNLI) in Swanage received a call on May 1 just before midnight when 80mph gusts began to blast the vessel, named ...

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Bexhill Wildlife Rescue Group accuses council of ‘cruelty’ over decision to use rat poison

The authority closed gardens in Marina on the seafront last month after rats were seen scurrying through the area. The move came after residents opposite called for action. But Bexhill & Hastings Wildlife Rescue & Sanctuary criticized the council, saying the decision to use rat poison put wildlife at risk. Gardens on Marina, Bexhill, closed due to rat treatment. Will ...

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Moving to Scotland rekindled the fire inside of me

Jack Dempsey made his Scotland debut on Saturday (Jane Barlow/PA) (PA Archive) Jack Dempsey wants to repay Scottish rugby for ‘reigniting its fire’ after the former Wallaby’s recent decision to switch allegiance. The 28 year old player Glasgow back-rower was born and raised in sydney and won 14 caps for Australia between 2017 and 2019. However, Dempsey recently made himself ...

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Bensons for Beds paid just £600,000 for the rescue of Eve Sleep

Bensons for Beds released Eve from administration on October 17 // Bensons for Beds bought Eve Sleep for just £600,000 // The Eve Sleep trademark and intellectual property was purchased by Bensons on October 17 Bensons for Beds acquired Eve Sleep for £600,000, after the mattress retailer fell into administration earlier this month. The Eve Sleep brand and intellectual property ...

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Resilience grants of up to £5,000 available for community groups in West Yorkshire

The Community Grant Initiative, which was launched last year, aims to help communities in West Yorkshire increase their resilience and preparedness, ensuring they are ready in the event of a major incident. In the initiative’s first year, over 20 organizations received funding ranging from £130 to £5,000. Successful projects included offers of search and rescue equipment for mountain rescue teams, ...

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At least 151 dead and 82 injured in stampede during Halloween festivities in Seoul

A mass of mostly young people celebrating Halloween in Seoul were trapped and crushed as crowds rushed down a narrow alley, killing at least 151 people and injuring 82 others in Korea’s worst-ever disaster from the South for years. Rescuers and pedestrians desperately performed CPR on people lying on the streets after the crash in the capital’s Itaewon entertainment district ...

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Philippines landslides, floods kill 42

42 dead in landslides and floods in the Philippines COTABATO, Philippines — Flash floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains have submerged a province in the southern Philippines, killing at least 42 people, leaving 16 others missing and trapping some residents on their rooftops, officials said Friday. The intense rains were triggered by Tropical Storm Nalgae, which is expected to ...

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Wester Hailes’ Big Cleanup

Local volunteers, housing associations and teams from the council’s housing, parks and green spaces, waste and cleaning departments worked together on a community clean-up in Wester Hailes and North Edinburgh during the last fortnight. Together, they collected more than 125 trash bags, 13 truckloads of trash and discarded items, and seven dumpsters during their big cleanup. Greenery was cut, 200 ...

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A firefighter sacrifices his life, 14 years after being rescued during an earthquake

Two firefighters who died battling a mountain fire in Xintian county, Henan province, were recently honored posthumously as martyrs. One of the firefighters, Cai Maoqiang, was from the Sichuan Province Forest Fire Department. He suffered severe burns while providing cover for comrades-in-arms to evacuate from a fire on October 21 and later died despite rescue efforts. Cai Maoqiang and Xiao ...

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At least 31 dead as storm wreaks havoc in southern Philippines

Landslides and flooding killed at least 31 people as heavy rain from an approaching storm battered the southern Philippines, a disaster official said on Friday. The storm triggered flash floods carrying uprooted trees, rocks and mud overnight in nine mostly rural towns around Cotabato, a city of 300,000 people on the island of Mindanao. Many residents were surprised by the ...

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Celtic ace Chris Sutton uses Rangers and Arsenal results to hit back at radio rival Jason Cundy’s fourth-tier jibe

CHRIS SUTTON leapt to the defense of Scottish football – and delivered a thinly veiled jab at one of his rivals on the radio following Arsenal’s Europa League loss to PSV Eindhoven. shooters were violently beaten by Ruud van Nistelrooy side thanks to goals from former Rangers target Joey Verman and former Barcelona striker Luuk de Jong. 1 Joey Veerman ...

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Who is funding the U.S. Senate race from Ohio?

Earlier this month, federal candidates submitted campaign finance reports covering their fundraising and spending from June through September. In the race for the US Senate, Democrat Tim Ryan continues to outpace his Republican opponent JD Vance. But Vance was able to significantly mitigate that advantage through outside spending by Republican groups. Compare dues Vance has made significant progress after a ...

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Pasco County Fire Rescue’s First-Ever Designated “Fire Officer”

Kyle Paton became the very first certified firefighter in the history of the fire department and one of 664 in the world. PASCO COUNTY, Fla. — Pasco County Fire Rescue now has a fire officer after training captain Kyle Paton completed the process that awards the professional title. Paton became the very first certified firefighter in the history of the ...

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BC rescue team and whale’s acrobatics help save her from dangerous entanglement – ​​Hope Standard

A 10-meter-long humpback whale entangled in fishing gear in the Strait of Georgia in British Columbia was rescued thanks to an expert team, a drone, a satellite beacon, concerned citizens and acrobatics from the captive himself. The impressive maneuvers were all accomplished with an even more impressive audience. The trapped animal had a pod of pet whales swimming alongside it ...

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Dundee Uni researchers use VR technology for fire training

University of Dundee specialists have developed a new virtual reality (VR) training tool to give fire investigators a way to practice in a simulated environment. Working in conjunction with Danish police fire investigators, researchers from the university’s Leverhulme Research Center for Forensic Science (LRCFS) and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) created a virtual fire scene environment ...

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Train more truckers for the road

CANTON, New York (WWNY) — As the country faces a shortage of truck drivers, a few groups in St. Lawrence County are banding together to put more people in the seats of 18-wheelers. You wouldn’t expect it, but Ryan Harrigan was born to teach drivers. Literally. “I grew up in a driving school. My father owned a driving school. My ...

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The Quebecers’ boat suffered $40,000 in damage when they rescued 2 canoeists

At the end of the afternoon, at the beginning of April 2021, Stéphane Boudreau and Catherine Audet responded to an emergency call. Two canoeists were stuck in freezing waters off Miguasha, Que., swimming for their lives. That morning, Mathieu Bélanger and five friends had set out in a canoe on a sunny and calm Baie-des-Chaleurs. But the bay turned stormy ...

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Wester Hailes cleanup fosters community spirit

Community spirit is still strong in Wester Hailes, but this week more so than most as local residents, businesses, community groups and charities come together to clean up the area. Organized by Places for People Scotland and with the support of partners such as Edinburgh City Council, Police Scotland, Prospect Community Housing, Keep Scotland Beautiful and the Scottish Fire and ...

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City recommends list of local organizations to receive ARPA funds

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) – City officials on Friday named several local groups they recommend receive a portion of the $50.8 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that have been granted to the city in following the COVID-19 pandemic. RELATED: City Council Approves Use of ARPA Funds Mayor Tom Henry’s administration released recommendations from tourism and public health ...

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Creeslough: Secretary of State thanks Northern Ireland emergency services at Derry event for help in Donegal tragedy

The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has praised the work of the Northern Ireland Emergency Services who responded to the tragedy at Creeslough in County Donegal earlier this month. Chris Heaton-Harris, along with Health Minister Robin Swann, met representatives of the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and the Fire and Rescue Service during a visit to Derry on Thursday. Mr ...

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Werribee firefighter joins flood rescue team

Dom Trifilo of the Country Fire Authority Werribee is one of five emergency services team members selected for an interim helicopter traffic accident rescue team created to respond to flood-related incidents in isolated communities. Made up of CFA, VICSES and Shepparton Search and Rescue, the team will be based at Mangalore Airfield for the duration of the upcoming flood. It ...

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Fire services called to an incident in Watten next to a children’s play park

Fire apparatus attend an incident in Watten when a fire broke out in a small building near the children’s play area. There were no casualties. Photo: DGS Fire apparatus attend an incident in Watten when a fire broke out in a small building near the children’s play area. There were no casualties. Photo: DGS Fire services were seen yesterday afternoon ...

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Brazil’s hairiest police corporal is causing an internet sensation

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct 18 (Reuters) – A rescue dog turned police mascot has become one of Brazil’s most beloved internet sensations. Nicknamed “Corporal Oliveira”, the dog was taken in by Rio policeman Cristiano Oliveira, who found him in 2019 near his abandoned police station, injured and starving. The dog – dressed in a police uniform with a toy gun ...

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Pair winched after crashing off cliff in Otago

Hamish McNeilly / Stuff Two people were winched after leaving a cliff near Oamaru on Monday evening. (File photo) Two people have been brought to safety after their car crashed off a 7m cliff onto a Waitaki beach in Otago on Monday evening. The couple washed up on a small gravel beach, surrounded by high wet cliffs. Emergency services were ...

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Major incident response training set to take place in Edinburgh

Members of the public are told to expect an increased presence of emergency services and military vehicles in Edinburgh this week as major incident training is carried out. Pre-planned drills involving agencies such as Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service will take place between Monday October 17 and Thursday October 20. This will help test their response ...

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Femininity does not excuse blatant fascism

(Wikimedia Commons / Presidency of the Republic) Marginalized identities began to develop as a slogan for elections. Boasting a female prime minister, senator, president or any other position of power has been seen as a form of feminism and progress. Leaving the polls at the end of September projected a crushing promise for the right-wing Italian Brothers of Italy party. ...

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Maryland crash leaves 1 dead, others injured in Montgomery County

UPDATE, October 16, 10:12 a.m. — The Montgomery County Police Department said the collision was between a truck and a jeep. A man who was a passenger in the Jeep died at the scene. Doctors took the driver of the Jeep to the hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the truck and the passengers inside were slightly injured. The ...

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The team tries to save two kidnapped architects and Kensi and Deeks make a decision about Rosa.

This week, the NCIS: Los Angeles team will have to remain vigilant. They are looking for two architects who have been kidnapped. Officers must find them and decide how to proceed with the rescue. Kensi and Deeks also have a decision to make regarding their daughter, Rosa. Here’s what to expect on the next episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. The ...

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At least 11 dead as two Russian soldiers open fire on recruits going to fight in Ukraine at a training base near the border

AT LEAST 11 people have died and more than a dozen injured after two Russian soldiers went on a rampage this evening at an army training base near the Ukrainian border. Troops opened fire on comrades at the Western Military District training ground in the southern Belgorod region. 1 Three Russian soldiers in Belgorod opened fire on the army training ...

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Scott Edwin Mason, 59 | News, Sports, Jobs

Scott Edwin Mason, 59, died suddenly on October 1, 2022, at his home. He was born on April 11, 1963 in Marshalltown, the son of Maurice E. and Sandra G. (McLeland) Mason. Scott brought his love of all things beautiful and historic to many. In addition to his contributions to the beautification of friends’ homes, he ...

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West Vancouver firefighters respond: Fire near Cypress Falls Park

Breadcrumb Links New Local News West Vancouver Fire and Rescue firefighting with support from BC Wildfire Service crews Author of the article: Publication date : October 14, 2022 • 26 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation A helicopter dumps water on a wildfire in West Vancouver on Friday, October 14, 2022. Photo by Jason Payne /PNG ...

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A man rescued from a shredder at an Everett, Massachusetts scrap metal recycling business

First responders rescued a man injured hours earlier in an industrial accident involving a wood chipper at a business in Everett, Massachusetts. Sky 5 showed dozens of firefighters and first responders what appeared to be a large scrap metal shredder at a recycling company called Scrap-It Inc. at 431 Second Street. An employee working near the scrap metal shredder was ...

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Veterans Day Banquet, Military Concert at Scottish Rite Temple

Oct. 13—Plans are underway to hold major Veterans Day activities in McAlester on Nov. 11, including a luncheon banquet and an evening concert by a military band. The banquet and accompanying program will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the McAlester Scottish Rite Temple at 305 N. Second St., or at the corner of Second Street and ...

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Redwood Technologies Group supports Berkshire Lowland Search and Rescue with purchase of lightweight defibrillators – Read Online Today

The LIFESAVING gear was donated to a Winnersh-based search and rescue charity by a Bracknell-based tech company. Redwood Technologies Group supports Berkshire Lowland Search and Rescue (BLSAR), the leading police search and rescue resource for Thames Valley Berkshire. Highly trained volunteers use specialist skills to search for vulnerable, high-risk missing persons. The donation will allow the purchase of a certain ...

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Air Force’s new search and rescue helicopter heads for first deployment

The Air Force’s new HH-60W Jolly Green II combat search and rescue helicopter has deployed overseas for the first time, a milestone in more than a decade. Airmen from the 347th Rescue Group at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, departed with the HH-60W Sept. 24, though the Air Force did not say where they deployed or how long they might ...

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Top Stories of the Day – NBC 6 South Florida

It’s Wednesday, October 12 – and NBC 6 has the best stories of the day. #1 – The jury in the sentencing trial of Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz will begin deliberations on Wednesday, nearly six months after the trial began. Cruz, now 24, pleaded guilty last October to 17 counts of first-degree murder and 17 counts of attempted murder ...

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Kwasi Kwarteng under fire from IMF critics for ‘pushing inflation’ and ‘making jobs harder’ | Politics | New

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has criticized Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng for making “the job of monetary policymakers more difficult”. Mr Kwarteng came under fire from the International Monetary Fund earlier today after the organization said it was making the fight against inflation more difficult. In its World Economic Outlook, the IMF said: “The fiscal package should lift growth somewhat above ...

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Blue Buffalo Home 4 holiday gift feeds hearts and bellies

Title Sponsor Provides Pet Food Donations Coast-to-Coast RANCHO SANTA FE, CA., October 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — October officially marks the start of the 24th annual Home for the Holidays campaign, sponsored by Blue Buffalo. For the fifth year in a row, the pet food company is giving rescue organizations and animal shelters on both coasts of the country a very ...

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How a man outwitted Chinese wet markets and the Taliban to save dogs

It’s like Rambo goes to the dogs. Jeffrey Beri, a tough, native New Yorker, is on a mission to save dogs everywhere from all forms of misfortune, including torture, painful death, and even consumption as a delicacy. Head of the non-profit organization No Dogs Left Behind, Beri has traveled the world, bringing pooches out of harm’s way in hotspots such ...

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Two hikers rescued from Kalihani pass in Himachal

Two trekkers stranded at the snow-capped Kalihani pass in Himachal Pradesh have been rescued by a seven-member team, the Kullu administration said on Monday. The 4,800 meter high pass connects the Kullu Valley to the remote area of ​​Bara Bhangal in Kangra District. The trekkers were identified as Sneha from Maharashtra and Peter Vein from Belgium, who were rescued by ...

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Mysterious Scottish family portrait is among five lots to watch

Scottish painting by Otto Leiden – estimate £1000-1500 at Bellmans. Roland Arkell, Tom Derbyshire October 10, 2022 1. Scottish family portrait The Old, British and European Paintings auction at Bellmans on October 11 includes a Scottish painting by Otto Leiden (1835-1897). He was born in East ...

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Washington County sees three requests for covid relief money in September; the deadline to apply is October 31

FAYETTEVILLE — More than a month after the county began accepting applications, only three local nonprofit groups have applied to Washington County for federal U.S. Rescue Plan Act money. Partners for Better Housing asked for $502,760, Welcome Health asked for $100,000 and Magdalene Serenity House asked for $33,436, according to Brandi Wilhite, the county’s relief fund administrator. The county announced ...

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Families of 148 fallen firefighters gather for candlelight service | public safety

Being at a fire department event without her husband was “surreal” for Kate Muñoz, 49. Her husband, Henry Muñoz, died in July 2021 aged 50 after a two-year battle with brain cancer, linked to his 20 years as a firefighter. He was a firefighter with the Los Angeles Fire Department when he died. “Every fire we’ve seen was with our ...

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SAR team evacuates foreign tourists from Seminyak, Bali

Of the 23 foreigners, there were 6 children under the age of 5. Badung, Bali (ANTARA) – The Denpasar Search and Rescue Office (Basarnas) and a Joint Search and Rescue (SAR) team evacuated international and domestic tourists from the Seminyak area, Badung district, province of Bali, following a flood on Saturday. “All the evacuated flood victims are safe and in ...

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For a Portland firefighter, the dream comes true

Ne Obliviscaris – “Remember” is the motto of Portland Fire Fighters Pipes and Drums – and a big part of their role is playing the bagpipes at commemorations, like the 9/11 celebration above. By REBECCA JACOBSON Greg Rose was a kid from Vancouver Island when he first heard bagpipes. “I was with my grandfather at the Parliament Buildings, and they ...

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Search and rescue operations could end this weekend on the beach in Fort Myers

LEE COUNTY Search and rescue operations on Fort Myers Beach could stop as early as this weekend. “We hope to provide access points for residents this weekend,” Commissioner Michael Greenwell said at a press conference on Friday. Access to the island would most likely be provided at the north end as the south end of Fort Myers Beach suffered bridge ...

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Surrey Fire and Rescue Service donates another vehicle to Ukraine

Two Surrey Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) staff traveled to Poland yesterday (Thursday October 6th) to donate another Land Rover 4×4 to the Ukrainian Fire and Rescue Service. This donation is part of Convoy 4 of the National Fire Chief Council and UK charity FIREAID. Convoy 3, which was delivered in May this year, also saw a donation of two ...

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FSU’s Emergency Management Drone Team Assists in Search and Rescue After Hurricane Ian

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Students from Florida State University’s Emergency Management and Homeland Security program used drones to support FEMA’s urban search and rescue in Fort Myers following Hurricane Ian. FSU EMHS and Center for Disaster Risk Policy program director David Merrick said the team is using technology to help search for survivors in collapsed structures and give rescuers on ...

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Was it discriminatory to grant special paid leave during the Covid-19 pandemic?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed that an employer’s paid special leave policy during the Covid-19 pandemic did not result in disability discrimination or indirect gender discrimination. Special paid leaves were offered to employees who could not work because they were protected or for childcare reasons. The policy was considered employee-friendly by the court because it offered employees the ...

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American Rescue Plan Act Grants Distributed to Help Baltimore Nonprofits Focused on Affordable Housing and Youth Services

A fourth round of American Rescue Plan Act grants will be distributed to Baltimore nonprofits focused on community development, including affordable housing, youth services, small business support, and arts and culture . The funds will come from the mayor’s office stimulus program, Mayor Brandon Scott announced. “These organizations fill the gaps and support our communities in ways that local government ...

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A fire unit specializing in water rescue could move to Yarmouth

Published: 06:45 5 October 2022 A specialist rescue unit could be moved from Thetford to Great Yarmouth, to help deal with the large number of animals that remain stranded after falling into ditches near Acle Strait. Fire bosses say the Technical Rescue Unit (TRU) should be moved from the southwest of the county to the seaside, due to the frequency ...

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Rescue teams continue to find residents affected by Hurricane Ian

FORT MEYERS, Florida — Members of Utah’s Task Force One are helping oversee FEMA’s efforts to search for these survivors, which is no easy task. A dozen other teams are in Fort Myers Beach, sometimes crossing some pretty rough terrain as boats are on the roads and cars and buildings are torn apart. Search parties led by people like Carl ...

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Vote for the SAY Award 2022

Posted: October 03, 2022 From Monday 3 October, for 72 hours you can influence one of the albums that will be shortlisted for the 2022 SAY Award and stay in contention for the £20,000 prize at the Stirling ceremony on 20 October. Voting is open from Monday October 3 at midnight to Wednesday October 5 at midnight atwww.sayaward.com The Scottish ...

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Fundraiser aims to break record for largest dog wedding

The Kane County Cougars Baseball Foundation and Villa Park-based Robust Promotions hope to set a Guinness World Record on Sunday by hosting the world’s largest dog wedding ceremony at Northwestern Medicine Field in Geneva. Authorities are looking to break the current record set by Jill Kobe, who married 178 pairs of dogs in Littleton, Colorado, in 2007. Willowbrook resident Bob ...

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Friday night fire damages several townhouses in Silver Spring, authorities say

A fire damaged several townhouses Friday night in the 3500 block of Landing Way in Silver Spring, displacing several families, authorities said. Up to six families have been displaced by the blaze, according to a video that Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Department spokesman Pete Piringer posted on Twitter. Firefighters helped some residents out of their homes, but did not ...

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Search and rescue efforts intensify in Florida as Ian heads north

Hurricane Ian made landfall for the second time this week in a second state on Friday, crashing into the South Carolina coast as a Category 1 storm that brought driving rain and storm surge, but it seems unlikely to cause the kind of devastation that was still emerging in Florida. There, the vast parameters of the damage became more evident ...

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D&A College awarded EV training contract for Scotland-wide emergency services

DUNDEE & Angus College have been awarded a contract to provide Scotland’s three main emergency services with vital electric vehicle training as they work towards their goal of becoming carbon neutral. The training will allow emergency service technicians to work safely on their own fleet of vehicles as they continue to transition from fossil fuel-powered vehicles to battery-electric vehicles. With ...

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The X-Men’s Final Mission Depends On Marvel’s Saddest Mutant

The following contains spoilers for X-Men #15, out now from Marvel Comics. The X-Men’s efforts to establish a positive future for all mutants have not been perfect. Mistakes were made, secrets were kept, and various longtime allies and enemies were forced into painful situations on Krakoa. This includes one of the most consistent tragic characters among the mutant population – ...

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West Midlands Festival of Rescue: when is it and how can I watch?

Britain’s Rescue Festival is coming to the West Midlands this weekend (30 September – 1 October). The Festival of Rescue is the main rescue competition in the UK, and this year the West Midlands Fire Service will hold it in central Birmingham. Hundreds of firefighters from across the UK and beyond will compete to be crowned among the best in ...

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Military helicopter rips off stranded hiker on North Shore Mountain

An arm sticking out of the mountain holding a cellphone light was all rescuers could spot. As darkness fell on Crown Mountain on Tuesday evening, a man’s arm sticking out of a narrow rock cleft flashing a cellphone light was the only thing leading a North Shore Rescue helicopter team to a missing hiker in the Hanes Valley area. The ...

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Ban on rescue dogs from over 100 countries goes into effect

It’s been a busy summer for Canadian rescue organizations rushing to bring in dogs ahead of the September 28 ban, the same day as World Rabies Day. To reduce the risk of canine rabies, the federal government announced in June that it would ban the importation of commercial dogs from 100 countries, including India, Egypt, the Philippines, China, Ukraine and ...

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Kings Point Delray damaged by possible tornado from Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian wreaked havoc in South Florida Tuesday night, spawning at least two confirmed tornadoes in Broward and a possible tornado that damaged Kings Point Delray. In Kings Point, west of Delray Beach, an apparent hit left two people hospitalized and 35 others displaced, said Capt. Tom Reyes, spokesman for Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. At around 9:15 p.m., fire ...

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Portion of Main Street dedicated to deceased FWFD Battalion Commander Balliet

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) – First responders, city officials and loved ones of a deceased member of the Fort Wayne Fire Department (FWFD) gathered Tuesday morning to dedicate a portion of Main Street downtown in as Battalion Commander Eric J. Balliet Memorial Walk. The dedication took place on the anniversary of the day Balliet’s watch ended while in service. The ...

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