Search intensifies for missing St Austell man Anthony Haley

The search for a missing Cornwall man in his 40s has intensified as emergency services and his family remain concerned for his well-being. Anthony Haley, 42, of St Austell, was last seen around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday (September 22). Police, coast guards, mountain search and rescue teams and people who know Anthony are looking for him – with the search intensifying ...

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NDRF deploys 18 rescue teams in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on Saturday deployed a total of 18 relief teams to Odisha and Andhra Pradesh in preparation for Cyclonic Storm Gulab over the Bay of Bengal. NDRF chief executive SN Pradhan said the 13 teams will be deployed to Odisha and five teams to Andhra Pradesh by Saturday evening. NDRF teams in Odisha will be ...

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News in pictures – September 25, 2021

News in pictures – September 25, 2021 Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. Google An icon of the Google “G” brand. Linked in An icon of the ...

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Business News: September 25 | Nvdaily

F&M Bank F&M Bank welcomed two new team members, Kevin Nixon and Katherine Preston, and announced senior management promotions for Paul Eberly and Bobby Williams. • Nixon has been appointed Vice President and Director of Commercial Relations for the Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Commercial Team. He brings over 13 years of business lending experience, primarily as a Business Development Officer at First ...

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Family remembers pair of experienced outdoor enthusiasts after Yellowstone backcountry incident

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. – Search and rescue teams are always looking for an experienced outdoor enthusiast who has been reported “late” from a backcountry canoe trip earlier this week in Yellowstone National Park. Kim Crumbo, 74, from Ogden, has not been found. However, rescuers located the body of Crumbo’s brother Mark O’Neill, 67, on the eastern shore of Shoshone ...

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Montana Tech hosts mine rescue event in Butte

BUTTE – Mining is all about scavenging valuable ore, but sometimes miners have to scavenge something else that’s valuable – human life. And that’s where mine rescue comes in. “The most important thing to come out of every mine is the miner because without the miner you have no production and there’s no point if you can’t do something safely,” ...

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Covid Scotland: Yousaf hopes for ‘significant’ improvement as army calls to drive ambulances

The Scottish Government has requested military assistance to help deal with deteriorating response times from the Scottish Ambulance Service, amid reports of patients dying and waiting in agony for hours before paramedics arrive . A total of 114 soldiers have been enlisted, with the first deployment of drivers expected to be behind the wheel from Sunday. Register now to our ...

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Scottish firefighters forced to use vacation time to protect themselves from virus win discrimination case

Scottish firefighters have been forced to use vacation and labor time when protecting themselves from the coronavirus. A shock case in an employment tribunal found that the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) had inflicted “unfavorable treatment” on life-saving heroes when they forced disabled firefighters to take their protection time on their own. annual vacation. The firefighters union also argued ...

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5 climbers die on Mount Elbrus in Russia

Five climbers have died after a blizzard on Mount Elbrus, the Russian Emergency Ministry announced on Friday, in one of the worst tragedies in recent years on Europe’s highest peak. Elbrus, a dormant volcano in Russia’s North Caucasus region, is Europe’s tallest mountain at 5,642 meters (18,510 feet) and is experiencing a nationwide tourism boom due to the coronavirus pandemic. ...

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Rangers still not on fire despite Cup progress

Former Rangers star Craig Moore believes Steven Gerrard’s side are still trying to find their rhythm despite making it to the Scottish League Cup semi-finals. Gerrard’s side came close to national cup victory this season, beating Livingston 2-0 at Ibrox in the Scottish League Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday. Rangers are also top of the Scottish Premiership table, but complaints about ...

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