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collide in Missouri, 7 hurt
Seven people were injured
early Saturday morning in southeastern Missouri after two freight trains
collided, taking out a nearby overpass. A Union Pacific train t-boned a
Burlington Northern train at an intersection, Scott County Sheriff Rick
Walter told KFVS-TV. The collision caused one of the trains to derail and
hit a pillar under the overpass, collapsing it
killed in crash
collapse in Washington
A chunk of Interstate 5
collapsed into the Skagit River near Mount Vernon on Thursday evening,
dumping two vehicles into the icy waters and creating a gaping hole in
Washington state’s major north-south artery.
Rescuers pulled three people
with minor injuries from the water after the collapse, which authorities
say began when a semitruck with an oversized load struck a steel beam at
around 7 p.m.
The deadly crash is really
hitting hard at Tunkhannock Ambulance where he was an EMT and so much more.
garage collapse in Montgomery County, MD
Montgomery County officials
say a parking garage has partially collapsed outside a shopping mall in
Bethesda, and two people are trapped.
chief in crash
Chief with the Wilmington
Fire Department was responding to a call.
mall fire in NY
Fire fighters form Walden,
Montgomery, Wallkill, and Coldenham responded to a 4 alarm fire at a strip
mall located 2294 Rt 208 in Walden.
At around 10 p.m., they
were leaving a medical call at an apartment near Kirkwood Community College.
Suddenly, they heard something hit the windshield of the fire truck
alarm fire in Ft. Collins wrecks apartment complex
A cigarette may be to blame
for a 3-alarm fire in Fort Collins Tuesday morning that badly damaged a
three-story apartment complex.
more bodies or survivors likely in the rubble
Rescue workers today went
building to building in search of victims and thousands of survivors were
left homeless a day after a massive tornado tore through a suburb of Oklahoma
City, killing at least 24 people.
day for Phoenix: Firefighter, police officer killed in separate incidents
Fire has claaimed the life
of a Dallas firefighter.
Dallas Fire-Rescue spokesman
Jason Evans says the firefighter radio’d in shortly before 5:30 a.m. that
he was trapped and lost, at which point his radio went dead. The six-alarm
fire sent flames shooting through the roof of a three-story condominium
complex on Monday morning, sending residents scurrying from their homes
and forcing firefighters to rescue people from the burning building.
Phoenix lost two first-responders
in separate incidents.
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