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Woman jumps to safety from flat fire in Aberdeen

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  • February 12, 2013
A woman has jumped to safety following an early morning fire in an Aberdeen flat. A total of 15 firefighters, some using breathing apparatus, were involved in tackling the blaze at a first floor flat in Torry's Farquhar Road. The Scottish Ambulance S...

Disused church ablaze in Edinburgh

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  • February 12, 2013
Forty firefighters tackled a major fire at a disused church in Edinburgh. The fire broke out at the church on Taylor Place in the Abbeyhill area at around 16:45, with flames and smoke spreading to the roof. Eight appliances were at the scene of the b...

Derby fire deaths: Jury selection starts in Philpott trial

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  • February 12, 2013
A jury is being selected for the trial of a husband and wife who are accused of killing six children in a house fire in Derby. Michael and Mairead Philpott, along with third defendant Paul Mosley, deny the manslaughter of the six children. Five of th...

London fire closure plans: Authority votes against mayor

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  • February 12, 2013
The London Fire Authority has voted not to comply with Boris Johnson's order for a public consultation on plans to close 12 fire stations. The authority decided to reject the mayor's unprecedented step of directing the authority to hold the consultat...

Fire crews tackle blaze at Royal Hotel in Dingwall

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  • February 12, 2013
Fire crews have been tackling a blaze which broke out at a hotel building in the Highlands. Almost 50 firefighters were called out to the Royal Hotel on Dingwall High Street early on Monday. A number of people were evacuated from the hotel, which is ...

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