My Pet World: Woman gives community cats a good life, but wants more | Pets

DCathy’s ear: About three years ago, two black and white cats broke into my home when a door opened. After all this time, they’re still terrified of me. I have three other cats who they get on well with, but despite my welcoming them, giving them all the space they want, providing them with food, fresh water, cozy places to ...

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Emergency services called the downtown building after reports of ‘people on the roof’

Emergency services were called to an apartment building in Manchester city center after reports of people seen standing on the roof. Firefighters were called to Great Ancoats Street at around 7.30pm this evening (Saturday April 9). The Greater Manchester Fire Service confirmed they sent a number of crews to the scene and used a short extension ladder to help the ...

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Memories of Houston: Eddie Hill stages a comeback for the ages in Top Fuel (1988)

The first Top Fuel competition at Houston Raceway Park at the 1988 SuperNationals was not just a historic event with the first four-second streak in NHRA history, recorded by Gene Snow in qualifying, and then later a new record national, then the fastest pass in drag racing history, both by eventual winner Eddie Hill. But Hill’s histrionics almost didn’t happen. ...

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Liquid gold: Record sale for a bottle of whiskey from Scotland’s oldest distillery

It was established in 1772 on the site of a former brewery on the banks of the River Clyde. Less than a year later, a Littlemill employee won the legal right to distil excise liquor at the Bowling site in Dunbartonshire, and became Scotland’s first legal distillery. It remained in place until 1994, when the stills fell silent for the ...

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Dog Lovers Launch The Barking Project – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A group of animal lovers want to help dogs in need and hope a great idea pays off. The idea is to have 100 dogs adopted in Dallas on Saturday. “We started to realize the overcrowding in shelters and the dog population in general. And rescue groups are kind of stretched in terms of resources and capacity. So we thought ...

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The car enters the Monongahela River in Glassport

Photos released Thursday show a water rescue in Glassport after a car entered the Monongahela River. Members of the Glassport Police Department arrived at the scene Thursday morning and were able to rescue the person inside the black SUV. It is not known how the car ended up in the river. The Glassport Fire Department’s rapid water rescue team then ...

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Huge pile of charred rubbish left in Paisley Street after bins were set on fire by arsonists

Huge piles of charred and melted rubbish were left on a Paisley street after firebugs set alight bins in a nearby flat. Gangs of yobs piled up bags of rubbish in West Buchanan Place in the west of the city last night, leaving a mound of charred remains in the communal fence. The blaze is believed to be deliberate by ...

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LA plans to pass ‘Dog and Cats Bill of Rights’ resolution through California State Legislature

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles City Council began considering a resolution on Wednesday to support a “bill of rights for dogs and cats” that is pending in the state Legislature. The 1881 Assembly Bill, introduced by Assemblyman Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles), would give animals the right to: Absence of exploitation, cruelty, neglect and abuse A life of comfort, ...

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Governor Hochul Announces $34 Million in Federal Funding to Improve Energy Efficiency in More Than 1,000 Homes

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced $34 million in federal grants for more than 1,000 homes to become more energy-efficient and climate-friendly. Awarded through the state’s Weatherization Stimulus Program, the funding will support electrification and electrification-ready upgrades that will reduce energy costs and improve health outcomes for tenants and homeowners eligible for income. “New York State’s major national clean energy goals ...

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Gillingham residents ordered to shut windows as ten tonnes of paper catch fire by M2 – recap

Residents of Gillingham have been told to keep their windows rolled up after a lorry fire involving ten tonnes of paper near the M2 in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) said a paper lorry fire, in Hoath Way, created a large amount of smoke, near Junction 4 of the M2. Kent Police were ...

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Xavi warns against Rangers Europa League delisting as Barcelona boss recalls Ibrox experience

Barcelona manager Xavi has warned that Rangers will no longer give any Europa League side ‘an easy time’. The legendary former midfielder said the quality of the opposition in the last eight was “very strong” as he refused to name his own team among the favourites. The Light Blues will be looking to bounce back from their derby loss to ...

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North Wales Fire and Rescue Service launches new recruitment drive

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> Photo by Welsh Government Liam Randall, local democracy journalist A new recruitment campaign is due to launch later this month to recruit full-time firefighters in North Wales. The North Wales Fire and Rescue Service has announced that registration for online applications will open at noon on Friday April 22 and close at noon on Tuesday April 22. ...

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WSAZ investigation | W.Va. Owners Rescue Program

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – The COVID-19 pandemic has put a strain on area families. Job instability has made it difficult for many to pay their bills, resulting in long-term late payments. Now, a new program in West Virginia will help homeowners eliminate what they owe and get rid of that financial burden. NewsChannel 3’s Joseph Payton shows what you need ...

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Rescue dogs help find body of missing man on quarry ledge

A rescue team described how they had to use ropes to descend into a quarry to reach a man’s body. Patrick Cahill, 52, was reported missing from his home in Old Colwyn, Conwy on March 14. North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) said they were called by North Wales Police the day after he disappeared. At the time, police ...

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Scottish suspect found guilty of murdering Dutch blogger

A 33-year-old Scotsman named Christopher Hughes was convicted of murdering Dutch blogger and ex-criminal Martin Kok in 2016, according to Police Scotland. He was also convicted of serious organized crimes. The Scottish criminal lured Kok to his murder on December 8, 2016 and was with the Dutch writer when two men shot him eight times outside a sex club in ...

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Redding could vote this month on how to spend his first share of $2.7 million in federal COVID aid

REDDING — City officials moved closer last week to allocating an initial share of its approximately $2.7 million federal pandemic relief program provided under US American Rescue Plan Act, or ARPA. Last month, a specially formed ARPA Funds Task Force in Redding met to review and recommend for approval three initial drafts that its members felt met the standards of ...

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The Kerala Fire and Rescue Service trains members of the PFI and SDPI; BJP and Cong slam government over incident

A major controversy erupts in Kerala after state fire force officials allegedly gave training to Popular Front of India (PFI) workers. Photos of an event organized by the group in Ernakulam district are now making the rounds on social media, with opposition leaders raising questions about it. The PFI is a fundamentalist group believed to have played a role in ...

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Animals evacuated from an eco-park near kyiv

Russian occupying forces bomb the homes of people and animals, including eco-parks, farms and zoos, which are particularly difficult to evacuate. Recently, such a rescue mission was organized in one of the ecoparks just outside Kyiv. The area has remained under constant bombardment since the start of the full-scale Russian invasion. On the first day of the mission, NGO UAnimals ...

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Camp Bow Wow: Where a Dog Can Be a Dog

A new daycare for dogs recently opened in Saint-Charles. Camp Bow Wow is the nation’s largest and most trusted dog daycare and boarding franchise, with 200 locations in 42 states and Canada. They offer all-inclusive puppy care by providing an exciting and safe environment for play, socialization and all-day overnight stays. Their goal is to provide the highest levels of ...

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Road safety is top of mind for students at Meldrum Academy

Aberdeenshire Traffic Police officers provided training and safety awareness to a group of sixth year students at Meldrum Academy. The New Driver Early Intervention Program aims to encourage safe driving practices among new and learner drivers. The program targets drivers between the ages of 17 and 25, who are statistically more likely to be involved in a collision. Police Scotland ...

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Houstonians bring help and hope to Ukrainian doctors on the front lines

VINNYTSIA, Ukraine – A doctor in Ukraine has felt the love of Houstonians determined to help bring needed medical supplies to help frontline workers during the war. A Shenandoah-based Memorial Hermann doctor and a local Houston nonprofit have made lasting connections to make this flow of aid from Houston possible. KPRC 2 first introduced you to endocrinologist Dr. Kateryna Komarovskiy ...

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Armed police rush down Inverness Street as a man armed with a knife and wearing a gas mask triggers an emergency response

A knife-wielding man wearing a gas mask on a street in Inverness prompted a major emergency service response. The man, dressed in combat gear, was seen climbing out of a flat window onto Polvanie View after allegedly setting the property on fire. It is understood there are seven police vans alongside two Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) vehicles currently ...

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Things to do, events, April activities in Charlotte, NC

Enjoy an evening of live music at the 100th Tosco Music Party on April 2. Jimi Nedoff CharlotteFive Editor’s note: CharlotteFive has limited coverage of in-person indoor events to help prevent the community spread of COVID-19. Masks are required at many Charlotte locations for indoor spaces or close environments. Friday Be there as Charlotte SHOUT! kicks off with a variety ...

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Big spike in crashes on Derbyshire roads triggers joint emergency service warning

Derbyshire Emergency Services have issued a joint appeal reminding drivers of the dangers of speeding and driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol after a week of serious and fatal road traffic collisions. The number of accidents last week (March 21 to March 28) was more than double the figure for the same period last year. This weekend alone, ...

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Demar DeRozan can’t save the team from a disastrous fate in New York

The Chicago Bulls badly needed a victory Monday night in the Big Apple against the New York Knicks. Chicago held a one-game advantage over the Toronto Raptors for the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference. With the Raptors facing a depleted Boston Celtics squad, Chicago needed to do its part against the lowly Knicks to ensure it didn’t slip ...

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Ministers under fire for failing to include ScotRail parent company in bodies covered by anti-scam law

HOLYROOD ministers were lambasted last night for failing to include ScotRail’s new public parent company in a list of bodies to be covered by anti-scam legislation. Organizations will need to consider the impact of decisions on Scots under the Consumer Law passed by the SNP Government. 1 An east coast train arrives at Edinburgh WaverleyCredit: Alamy But ScotRail’s parent company ...

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BC Interior Search and Rescue Team Adds Volunteers as It Prepares for Another Record Year

One of British Columbia’s busiest search and rescue teams hopes it has done enough to expand and respond to a record number of rescues in the central Okanagan. Last year, Central Okanagan Search and Rescue (COSAR), which covers Kelowna, West Kelowna, Peachland and area First Nations, went out 105 times to rescue people stranded, lost or injured in the backcountry. ...

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A pet service that eliminates the risk of adoption

March 27, 2022 By Jeff Wilson– A cat can have nine lives, but Cotton would probably trade eight for the one he’s currently living. Dobbs Ferry resident Kristine Neufeld affectionately cuddled her ten-month-old adopted black kitten – Cotton was one of 70 rescued from a hoarder – as she spoke in an interview about the feline and where she was ...

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VIDEO! The most venomous cobra trapped in the well, the rescue team saved such a life

Nasik: Members of a non-governmental wildlife research organization have rescued the fearsome cobra in Nashik, Maharashtra. This poisonous cobra was found in a well that belongs to the Indian spectacled cobra (nag) species. ANI news agency also shared a video of the same. For the moment, this cobra has been kept close by the rescue team. According to the rescue ...

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Dramatic footage shows barn engulfed in flames amid ongoing incident in peaceful Scottish village

Dramatic footage showed a burning Scottish barn in a quiet Fife village. Emergency services rushed to the scene at North Wind in Colinsburgh, Fife at around 5.49pm on Friday March 25. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) has deployed seven devices as firefighters continue to work to put out the inferno. It is understood there is also a police ...

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Animal rescue: Lion and wolf find safe passage out of Ukraine war zone

Radauti, Romania Simba the lion and a wolf named Akyla were evacuated from a zoo in war-torn Ukraine and brought to safety in Romania in what an animal rights group involved in the operation said was a rescue mission. four days “full of danger” still hampered by border entry bureaucracy. The adult male lion and the gray wolf, who were ...

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Prescribed Burning – Advice for Farmers and Landowners Following Wildfires

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA), the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) and the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) are asking all their help during the dry weather of the current spring. DAERA Minister Edwin Poots said: “We have all seen the damage that was done in the Mournes last year and we must ...

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Fire in Wales: Massive plumes of thick smoke erupt after a monster fire engulfs a building | United Kingdom | News

Firefighters are on scene battling the blaze inside what was previously the Tylorstown Working Men’s Club and Institute. Photos from the area show visible flames and smoke rising from the structure in the Rhondda Valley. The fire broke out shortly after 5 p.m. Thursday. Six fire engines rushed to the scene, with the incident described as ongoing. A South Wales ...

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It’s National Dog Day, and it’s not too late to celebrate, raise awareness

It’s March 23 and there’s no other way to celebrate this day than to recognize it as National Dog Day. Observed annually on March 23, National Dog Day or National Puppy Day – whatever you call it – celebrates the unconditional love and affection that puppies have brought into our lives. For dog lovers everywhere, it’s your day to cuddle, ...

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who came to the rescue of a cat stuck in a tree for two days

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – In today’s Lost and Found by Leigh, a desperate plea for help in rescuing a cat from a tree is answered. Hoodie the cat spent nearly 40 hours stuck about 30 feet in the air and it was a local tree service that came to the rescue. Chelsea Maynard spent hours screaming for her cat Hoodie ...

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Ben Lomond fire: Wildfire appears to be ’caused by a single cigarette’

A forest fire has spread at least a mile front on Ben Lomond this afternoon. Firefighters were called to a western part of Munro around 2:15 p.m. Tuesday. The National Trust for Scotland has appealed to hikers to avoid the area and has been warned there is no path through the Ptarmigan Trail. A statement from the protected sites governing ...

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Southfield firefighters rescue 87-year-old woman from burning house

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Firefighters knew something was wrong when they could see the smoke Southfield Highway. Returning home after teaching DPSCD Last Monday (March 14), Barbara Shaw said she also saw black smoke billowing from the freeway. “When I hit the drive-thru, I saw smoke billowing in the air,” Shaw said. When she turned into Westover Street and saw it ...

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Boeing 737 crash in China: live updates and news

Video A Boeing 737-800 airliner operated by China Eastern Airlines carrying more than 130 people crashed in a mountainous area in the Guangxi region. A passenger plane with 132 people on board crashed Monday afternoon in a mountainous region in southern China, the Civil Aviation Administration of China confirmed. Rescue teams rushed to the steep and heavily forested site in ...

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Launch of community risk management plan focused on fire and rescue services in Oxfordshire

A FOUR-year Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP) has been launched by the County of Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service as part of its commitment to reducing the dangers posed by fires and other emergencies. The CRMP details the priorities until 2026 and is divided into four categories: response, prevention, protection and people and well-being. The aims of the plan include ...

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Loveland veteran transports dogs across country through national volunteer program – Loveland Reporter-Herald

For Loveland veteran Eryn Avis, her time right after being discharged from the military was deeply difficult. Feeling without purpose or direction and faced with a painful medical condition, she found her calling in a unique form of volunteer work: relaying dogs across the country. Avis is the founder of Just a Girl Moving Dogs, a volunteer group that helps ...

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Woman missing for 3 months found dead by C&O Canal

Cause and manner of death are undetermined at this time; Preliminary evidence shows there is no indication of foul play, officials said. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — A woman missing since January was found dead March 8 by U.S. Park Police near the C&O Canal in Montgomery County, Maryland. On Thursday, January 6, United States Park Police went to an area ...

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Vancouver sea lion rescue: young animal in critical condition

A sea lion found struggling on Vancouver’s Kitsilano Beach on Friday has suffered a gunshot wound, according to the Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Center. The center sent a rescue team to retrieve the injured animal after receiving a call from a member of the public who was concerned about its welfare. Dr. Martin Haulena, chief veterinarian and director of ...

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Eastland County Fire in Texas sees ‘numerous’ buildings burned as firefighters work to save church and carry out evacuations

HUNDREDS of homes have been evacuated and more than 38,000 acres of land have been burned as a wildfire rages across Texas. Fire crews are battling to contain at least four blazes in Eastland County. 2 Several homes and businesses have been evacuated due to a wildfire in TexasCredit: Eastland County Today 2 The Texas A&M Forest Service has resources ...

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The Alberta SPCA welcomed over 600 animals this winter; 10 horses found dead

The Alberta SPCA took in 675 animals this winter, the majority due to food shortage issues. More than 100 animals were found dead, including 10 horses recently. Twenty cattle were seized in February by the Alberta SPCA from a property west of Edmonton. The malnourished animals were taken to a care property. “The past few years have been difficult for ...

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Video shows cop chasing driver before fatal crash in Wheaton

The Maryland Attorney General’s Office released dash cam footage showing a three-mile police chase against a driver last month, which ended when the driver crashed in Wheaton and died. Noraly Paz Chavez, 26, of Riverdale, died in the Feb. 26 crash. The AG’s office identified the Montgomery County police officer who attempted to arrest and then pursued her, as Antonio ...

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San Diego Firefighter Leads SoCal ‘Guardians’ on Ukraine Relief Mission – NBC 7 San Diego

A San Diego area firefighter is looking for some good men and women in the fire service to join him in Ukraine for a rescue mission. The Joint Guardian Task Force is collecting much-needed firefighting equipment to deliver to war-torn Ukrainian communities. They will spend two weeks there helping beleaguered departments with search and rescue and other essential services. With ...

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Russian politician urges Vladimir Putin to fire ‘ballistic missile’ at US nuclear test site

A crooked Russian politician has urged Vladimir Putin to fire “a ballistic missile” at the largest weapons testing site in the United States as a warning against meddling in the country’s affairs. Yevgeny Alexeyevich Fyodorov – a Russian Duma deputy – urged the despot to press the button and fire a missile at the Nevada firing range as a warning, ...

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Russian strikes hit kyiv building – The Journal

A series of Russian strikes hit a residential area of ​​the Ukrainian capital, sparking a huge fire and frantic rescue efforts in a 15-storey building in Kyiv The latest developments on the Russian-Ukrainian war: KYIV, Ukraine — A series of Russian strikes hit a residential area of ​​Ukraine’s capital on Tuesday, sparking a huge fire and frantic rescue efforts at ...

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BFRS battles home fire in Center Point neighborhood

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Valley News – Mount Washington rescue story hits the big screen, but not the mountain

Mount Washington in New Hampshire will be the star of a big movie coming out later this month, but be warned: it’s not just any Mount Washington we know of. “I told my friends who pointed this out to me: just roll with it!” said Pam Bales, a backcountry specialist whose rescue of a potential suicide victim from the mountain ...

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NO KENNEL SPACE | San Marcos record

The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter (SMRAS) is in dire need of adopters to foster dogs due to a lack of kennel space following an influx of animals that were brought in earlier this week. “We had 30 dogs from one place at the same time. And so these dogs are now in our custody. And the problem we have ...

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County Durham and Darlington is ‘British Fire and Rescue Service of the Year’

County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service (CDDFRS) has been awarded the title of ‘British Fire and Rescue Service of the Year’ at the Public Sector Transformation Awards ceremony of IESE held in London earlier this week. The Service has been praised for its ability to put communities at the heart of everything it does and to strive to ...

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Poor regulation is hurting the pinnacle of adventure sports

Six firefighters reached Kurumbachi hills in Kerala last month after receiving a distress call. Stuck in a cleft in the hills was Babu, a 23-year-old amateur hiker. Even for the firefighters, there was no way to reach him. Shaji Mullookaaran, a search and rescue volunteer, accompanied by a team of 14 people, reached the summit the following morning. “Babu was ...

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A van engulfed in flames on Scots Road as a dramatic image shows a huge blaze

Emergency crews rushed down a country road in Fife after a van burst into flames. The fire, in Cluny Road, Kirkcaldy, was reported to firefighters just before 2pm on Saturday March 12. Dramatic footage posted online by Fife Jammers shows fierce flames bursting from the bonnet and dominating the front engine windscreen. The van can be seen in the middle ...

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The Richmond Observer – WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: Jordan excels as an educator in Richmond County

Today we celebrate a great lady who has had and continues to have a tremendous impact on our community as the Director of Student Services for Richmond County Schools. There must have been something very special about Richmond Senior High School in 1988, as she made our fourth feature of that year’s class – Marchell Adams-David, Derek Dervin and Ronald ...

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Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service and county villagers support efforts in Ukraine

UK charity Fire Aid and International Development (Fire Aid) and the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) are coordinating donations of more than 5,000 pieces of fire and rescue equipment and PPE to be sent in convoy to Ukraine. Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue has provided a kit including fire boots and masks as well as gas monitoring equipment which will now ...

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A teenager, trying to save a cat, gets stuck in a tree; rescued by firefighters

It’s no secret that cats love high vantage points. The preference for a relatively safe height inaccessible to their predators comes from an instinctive need to protect themselves. However, curiosity often gets the better of these felines. Recently, a cat perched so high in a tree that a person trying to rescue he had to be rescued himself in IndianaWE. ...

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Stewart Robertson on exploding Rangers banner as fans go wild over Celtic friendly

Rangers fans expressed their fury at Stewart Robertson with a banner blast ahead of tonight’s Europa League clash with Red Star Belgrade. A series of posters have been unveiled in protest at the Ibrox board after the Light Blues accepted a controversial Old Firm friendly in Australia. Fans seated in the upper section of the Sandy Jardine booth rolled out ...

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Protection monitoring report, 26 January 2022 – 25 February 2022 – Bangladesh

INTRODUCTION The IRC has been working in Bangladesh since 2018 on programs focused on preventing and responding to violence against the most vulnerable groups. Our high-impact programs are designed based on the best available evidence to bring measurable improvements in the lives of those we serve. The IRC considers the protection risks that any group of people forced to flee ...

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DPD van and car crash closing Liverpool’s main road

A main road in Liverpool has been closed after a DPD van and people carrier crashed. Merseyside Police rushed to Longmoor Lane in Fazakerley at around 9.30pm on Wednesday March 9 following reports of an accident. Once at the scene, officers discovered that a DPD van and a Ford S-max had crashed at the Lower Lane junction. READ MORE: Former ...

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Irish student Racheal Diyaolu arrives at EU border after rescue breaks

Irish student Racheal Diyaolu has finally reached the border on her third day traveling out of Ukraine after a dramatic rescue and a number of obstacles along the way. Taking to Twitter, Racheal’s sister Christiana confirmed that her sister had reached an EU border this afternoon. “They have reached the border and are crossing,” she said. ****UPDATE****THEY HAVE ARRIVED AT ...

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Scottish B&B owner hits out at Russian army propaganda from guesthouse in Glencoe

A Scottish Bed and Breakfast owner has inspired a massive propaganda campaign against Putin’s invasion – from an unlikely Highlands hotspot. Neil Campbell, who lived in Kiev for ten years, was inspired by old World War II images that sought to demotivate German soldiers. The former editor generated a stream of posting messages aimed at the Russian military, which he ...

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Climber dead, another seriously injured in 200ft fall from Mount Hood

One person died and another was seriously injured after falling 200 feet from Mount Hood in Oregon. The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said it received a distress call on Sunday and dispatched a search and rescue team to search for the two climbers. Rescuers had to deal with difficult conditions including wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph, deep snow ...

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Silver Spring apartment explosion deemed ‘accidental’ | WDVM25 and DCW50

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (WDVM) – Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Goldstein announced Monday that the Friendly Garden Apartments explosion was deemed “accidental.” During a Monday briefing, Chief Goldstein said a maintenance worker called in for a plumbing problem accidentally cut the gas pipe thinking it was the drain pipe. According to the MCFRS, the maintenance worker was in ...

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Billy Ray Edwards, 73 – Sun of Winchester

Billy Ray Edwards, 73, husband of Linda Elizabeth Fraver Edwards, died Saturday March 5, 2022 at his home. Born in Dayton, Ohio on May 23, 1948, he was the son of the late Earl and Zelta Hall Edwards. Billy was a former Clark County magistrate and former owner of Edwards Insurance Company. He was a former Kiwanian volunteer of the ...

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Car overturned like a ‘tumble dryer’ as driver was stuck for 12 hours

A driver who was trapped in his overturned convertible for 12 hours following an accident that left him thrown around the car ‘like someone in a clothes dryer’ after he swerved to avoid hitting a sheep. Kenneth Kinley, 57, was trapped inside his Vauxhall Cascada after rolling down an embankment as he tried to avoid hitting cattle on a country ...

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Flores Elementary students donate pet food to rescue groups

By Neil Sturdevant | to March 06, 2022 Uvalde Consolidated Independent School DistrictFlores Elementary fifth-grade students in Vanessa Enriquez’s class show off more than 100 cans of pet food along with bagged food donations the students collected in a “100 Cans of Pets Challenge.” kindness”. The event celebrated the end of the first 100 days of school on February 10. ...

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‘I just wish the violence would stop’; Birmingham mother mourns her son’s murder as a vigil is to be held in his honor

Friends and family will gather today to remember a 26-year-old father who was fatally shot as he walked to his car in southwest Birmingham. KeAyron Hill died Tuesday on Powderly Avenue. He was found on the street with multiple gunshot wounds, said Sgt. Rod Mauldin, and pronounced dead at the scene by the Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service. His grieving ...

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Pendle Hill warning after boy with hypothermia rescued as ‘under-prepared’ group in danger

Teenager suspected of hypothermia had to be rescued from Pendle Hill by life-saving volunteers The boy was part of a “grossly underprepared” group dressed in inappropriate clothing without understanding the risks involved in such situations. Volunteers from Rossendale and the Pendle Mountain Rescue Team were called in to rescue the 14-year-old boy who struggled as temperatures plummeted on Friday afternoon. ...

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Scottish island laird who has one of Britain’s lowest energy bills

However, millionaire Roc Sandford’s annual £100 bill, obtained by going without heating and hot water, comes at a cost. Because he admits there have been times when it was so cold in his five-bedroom home on the island of Gometra that his cup of tea froze. Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise Now, as the country’s ...

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Latino groups push for bilingual trade schools in small towns in central Pennsylvania

March 4, 2022 | 10:13 a.m. A 40-year-old Latin American organization in Lancaster is a model for helping growing communities. Antoine Orozco Anthony Orozco is the Latin American Communities Reporter for WITF. Anthony joined PA Post in May 2020 as a member of the Report For America corps and moved to ...

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Hundreds of animals dead as rescue services grapple with volume of calls and impact of flooding

Thousands of animals have died in recent flooding in Queensland and New South Wales, with rescue services unable to respond to all calls for help due to flooded roads blocked by debris. Key points: RSPCA, rescue services responding to hundreds of animal calls for help Many services unable to help livestock, routing calls to SES and Council Wildlife and livestock ...

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The Russian Navy has already fired at five civilian ships – Odessa Regional Administration

Since Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Russian Navy has fired on five civilian ships. The relevant statement was made by the head of the Odessa regional military administration, Maksym Marchenko, the Telegramreports a correspondent of Ukrinform. “Since the start of the Russian invasion, the fleet of the aggressor state has already fired on five civilian ships. One ...

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SNP under fire for failing to include impact of pandemic on women in terms of reference for Covid inquiry

SNP ministers have been warned that failing to include the impact of the pandemic on women in the terms of reference of the Covid-19 inquiry mocks ‘advance the protection of human rights and the ‘Equality in Scotland’. In December, Scottish Government Deputy First Minister and Covid Recovery Secretary John Swinney published terms of reference for the inquiry, which is due ...

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Florida Sen. Rick Scott’s plan to ‘save America’ includes prosecuting transgender swimmers | Florida News | Tampa

Click to enlarge Photo by Dave Decker Rick Scott at CPAC 2022 in Orlando. U.S. Senator Rick Scott continued to promote his “11-point plan to save America” ​​on Wednesday, offering commentary on “male swimmers” in women’s sports along the way. Scott was on the centre-right Charlie Kirk radio show offering a point-by-point explanation of his plan when the conversation turned ...

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Five firefighters fired for allegedly racist remarks

Five Greater Manchester firefighters have been sacked for making allegedly racist comments – and a sixth is under investigation. As reported by Manchester Evening News in November, two firefighters were fired after an investigation into allegedly racist comments left on a WhatsApp crew group. At the time, two other firefighters were facing potential disciplinary action as part of the same ...

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A pet dog helps an American family spot a mountain lion under the bridge. Watch Rescue Video

A family in Colorado, USA, weren’t expecting a mountain lion to rest under their patio when their pet dog alerted them to the animal’s presence. As a torch was lit under the bridge, they were shocked to find the mountain Lion Sunday as they waited for a raccoon, IPU reported. The family contacted the authorities to save the fat cat ...

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Ex-Scottish soldiers fly to help frontline defense in war with Russia

A former Scottish soldier said the Russian attacks had ‘ignited a fire’ in him as he prepared to fly out and help the Ukrainians repel the invasion. Offshore oil and gas worker Gary Bonini, 30, from East Kilbride, was in the military for 12 years from the age of 16. 2 Offshore oil and gas worker Gary Bonini first enlisted ...

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Who’s in the news: 04/03/22 – The Coast News Group

PALOMAR ON CAMPUS Palomar College reopened its main campus in San Marcos and its educational centers in Escondido, Rancho Bernardo and Fallbrook on February 22, as part of a plan to safely transition from face-to-face classes that were temporarily taught online. , towards the classroom. The spring semester began on January 31 with most classes in a virtual format due ...

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Fire crews from multiple counties rescue 16-year-old Virginia boy stuck in well

ESSEX COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) – Rural Essex County Fire and Rescue crews successfully rescued a Virginia teenager who was trapped in a well over the weekend. Essex County Fire Chief Paul Richardson said the 16-year-old boy was playing in the backyard with a friend when he stepped on a wooden well cover. “The lid gave way and it plunged about ...

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Terengganu floods: 68 people stranded at Kuala Berang recreation camp rescued | Malaysia

Fire and rescue service personnel rescue people stranded during floods, including children, at Budi Recreation Camp, Kampung Belukar Bukit in Terengganu on February 28, 2022. ― Bernama pic KUALA BERANG, February 28 – A total of 68 people, including 20 children, stranded at Budi Recreation Camp, Kampung Belukar Bukit, here, due to flooding, were rescued today. Camp supervisor Farhan Zakaria ...

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Can we bring in fireman Sam to fix the fire alarm fiasco in Scotland?

David Knight: Can we call on Fireman Sam to fix Scotland’s fire alarm fiasco? 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” ...

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Plane ‘crashes’ into thick gorse 100 yards from Bodmin airfield

Emergency crews were called to Bodmin Airfield on Saturday after reports a pilot had landed short of the airstrip. The Piper PA-28 managed to land in windy conditions at 12:45 p.m. – but was 100 yards from the runway and ended up in thick gorse. Cornwall Fire and Rescue was called but the pilot and his passenger made it out ...

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See how the McLean County Search and Rescue team hones their skills | Local News

McLean County Ground Search and Rescue Corporal Larry Brink points out fake evidence he found during a search drill Saturday morning at Fairview Park in Normal. Brendan Denison NORMAL — As a boy, Larry Brink roamed the rain-soaked ground for night owls with his dad after dark. But he never expected to use those same skills as a volunteer with ...

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Saturday headlines: Larbert House ‘explosion’ and Postcode Lottery tragedy

Good evening and welcome to Saturday’s press briefing. Top stories on the Daily Record website today include: ‘the explosion’ like the Larbert house, the postcode lottery tragedy and ‘Putin’s plans to dominate Europe’. Here are the main titles. Read more Related Articles Read more Related Articles “Explosion” in a house in Larbert as several teams of firefighters and police rush ...

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Opening of a veterinary clinic for low-income residents in Hamilton

By Anthony Urciuoli Published on February 25, 2022 at 11:36 am East Village Animal Hospital, a veterinary clinic that caters to low-income residents, opened in Hamilton. A veterinary clinic that caters to low-income residents with locations in London and Kitchener has opened in Hamilton. East Village Animal Hospital (EVAH) says it is accepting new clients at its location on Upper ...

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Ipswich: Ashcroft Road bungalow fire

Published: 07:10 25 February 2022 Power to some homes in Ipswich is set to be cut after more than half a dozen fire crews tackled a house and garage fire this morning. Emergency services were called to the Ashcroft Road fire at 2.28am. Crews across the county were called just before 2.30am to the Ashcroft Road fire – Credit: Suffolk ...

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America’s busiest search and rescue system at risk of collapse

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Receive $50 off a qualifying purchase of $100 at the Outside Shop, where you’ll find gear for all your outdoor adventures. >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>Sign up for Outside+ today. In Colorado, where the number of outdoor users is rapidly exceeding the bandwidth of local search and rescue (SAR) teams, volunteer rescuers are ...

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Sir Vince Cable under fire after RT interview aired on day of Russian invasion

Former Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has come under fire after an interview he gave to the Kremlin-backed RT station aired the day Russia invaded Ukraine. A party spokesman has said Sir Vince was ‘wrong’ to appear as a guest on the show hosted by former Scottish first minister and now Alba party leader Alex Salmond, which was posted ...

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California lawmakers introduce bill of rights for dogs and cats

(Photo credit: FatCamera/Getty Images) In California, legislation is underway to eventually put in place a bill of rights for dogs and cats. If the bill passes, every animal shelter and animal rescue group will have to join. Also, just like restaurants do with health regulations, they should also have a copy of the new rules on hand. Here’s what you ...

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CP board members stand for election

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief Nine candidates will stand for election to the Canadian Pacific (CP) board of directors at the Class I railroad’s annual and special meeting scheduled for April 27. The candidates for the CP Board of Directors are:• Isabelle Courville: Courville joined CP’s board of directors on May 1, 2013 and became its chair on May ...

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Boat City OKs, purchase of sewer truck | News, Sports, Jobs

With funding from the American Rescue Plan Act, the Dunkirk City Council this month approved the purchase of a fire/rescue boat and a sewer and sewer vacuum truck. The boat will cost $321,410 and the truck $425,000. The resolution on the truck states that in addition to ARPA funding, it will be paid for through a “Possible Shared ...

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Mrs Brown’s Boys’ Brendan O’Carroll under fire for comment on Tyler Perry’s ‘color’ on The One Show

MRS Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll was slammed tonight for a joke he made about Tyler Perry’s ‘color’. Appearing on The One Show, he was asked if the American star could ever appear on the BBC sitcom. 3 Brendan O’Carroll was asked if Tyler Perry could appear in Mrs Brown’s Boys 3 He replied: “So far we haven’t had anyone ...

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Carolyn Peebles among Honored Citizens at Smyrna Parks and Rec Banquet

“How can I serve you with excellence?” is often the first sentence that comes out of Carolyn Peebles’ mouth when talking to someone. “My life has always been a life of service,” said Peebles, whose name is associated with many community events in Smyrna. “This is my purpose on Earth. This is what I was created for.” Her exemplary community ...

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Frantic rescue operation launched to save ponies from rising flood waters in North Yorkshire field

Distressing photos showing ponies stranded in floodwaters after Storm Franklin have been shared online. The photographs, which appear to show two ponies trapped by rising water in a field, were taken by the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service. The stranded ponies were stuck in their field near Bryam, Selby, North Yorkshire and specialist animal rescue teams were called in ...

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NIWA sets up rescue center for boating accidents

The Lagos Zone of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has set up a search and rescue center to deal with boat accident cases in the waters of the state. This followed the training of 17 personnel on the activation, identification and orientation of safety ecology towards boats in distress. Engineer Sarat Lara Braimah, Regional Director of NIWA, Lagos, while ...

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Man flagged for traffic violation after car rollover at Broughty Ferry

Man flagged for traffic violation after car rollover at Broughty Ferry 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. Linked to ...

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Clumsy escape as Roosters rescue center crushed by fallen tree causing £3,000 damage

SHOCKED roosters have been left homeless after their chicken coops were crushed by a fallen tree during Storm Eunice. The distraught owner of the Big Red Rooster Cockerel Rescue Center near Swindon, Helen Cooper, feared the worst when the big wood trapped Mini and Steve Harrington in their home yesterday morning, but she managed to free them – and bring ...

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Bruceton-Brandonville VFD holds an alternative fuel vehicle extrication class

BRUCETON MILLS, W.Va — North central West Virginia firefighters and paramedics gathered at the Bruceton-Brandonville Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday to learn more about alternative fuel cars. The group learned how to safely handle hybrid, electric, natural gas and propane vehicles in the event of an accident. A trainer for the alternative fuel vehicle extrication class uses Jaws of Life ...

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Rescue team uses sausages trapped in drone to save dog in UK marshland

A dog has been rescued from a swamp in the Hampshire region of England after search teams used drone-mounted sauerkraut to lure him out. According to the British public television channel BBCMillie, a 3-year-old Jack Russell dog, went missing on January 13 and was eventually found in a boggy, muddy area in light winds. Thanks to the company, the animal ...

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