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Fire at former factory in Newtownabbey investigated

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  • July 29, 2013
The cause of a fire at a former factory in Newtownabbey, County Antrim, is under investigation by the police. The blaze at the derelict building on Glenville Road was reported at about 20:15 BST on Saturday. Kenny McEwan from the Fire and Rescue Serv...

Elderly residents evacuated from Sussex care home after fire

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  • July 29, 2013
A fire at a care home forced elderly residents to be evacuated and temporarily re-housed at a church hall in Sussex. The fire at the flats in Warrior Square, St Leonards, took place at 08:30 BST. Thirty-two of the home's residents were evacuated and ...

Elderly woman dies in Arbroath house fire

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  • July 28, 2013
An elderly woman has died in a house fire in Angus. Firefighters were called to the address on Warddykes Avenue, Arbroath, at about 20:15 on Saturday. Fire crews in breathing apparatus quickly found the 81-year-old woman but she had died from the eff...

Bonfire death GP Darryl Peel had 'no idea' of risk

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  • July 28, 2013
The widow of a Suffolk GP who died after pouring petrol on to items to be used in a bonfire said her husband had "no idea" of the risk he was taking. Dr Darryl Peel, 51, was critically burnt as he lit a fire at his home in Huntingfield, near Haleswor...

Rockwood Pigments: Suffolk chemical fire averted by 'quick thinking'

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  • July 28, 2013
A fire which threatened to ignite a large quantity of chemicals at an ink factory in Suffolk has been prevented by "quick thinking" firefighters. Nine crews from Suffolk and Essex tackled the fire at Rockwood Pigments on the Chilton Industrial Estate...

National Library of Wales fire: Company working on roof in liquidation

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  • July 27, 2013
The company which unintentionally started a £5m blaze at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, has gone into liquidation. M.E.M Construction acknowledged in a letter to creditors that during work on the roof a fire had broken out as a blow tor...

Letterkenny hospital A&E patients moved after flood

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  • July 27, 2013
The accident and emergency department of Letterkenny General Hospital in County Donegal has been evacuated because of flooding. The Health Service Executive (HSE) said patients have been moved to another department - fire staff and Gardaí (Irish pol...

Fire crews train in Bracknell's condemned shopping centre

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  • July 27, 2013
Firefighters in Berkshire have been tackling live fires and rehearsing rescue scenarios in a condemned town centre shopping precinct. Crews from Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service are using the buildings in Bracknell's Broadway and Crossway for ...

Kidderminster recycling plant fire caused by plant processes

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  • July 27, 2013
A fire at a recycling plant was caused by spontaneous combustion, fire bosses have said. Up to 80 firefighters fought the blaze at Lawrence Recycling in Kidderminster after it broke out on 16 June. Demolition of part of the site began on Thursday in ...

Charles McKenzie's DIY power plant in Dundee 'could have killed'

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  • July 27, 2013
A man who rigged up a home-made power plant in his flat could have killed himself and his neighbours, Dundee Sheriff Court has heard. Charles McKenzie, 55, from Dundee, suspended a generator from the ceiling of his bedroom after his electricity suppl...

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