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Black Isle farm steading fire closes school

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  • October 4, 2010
A school was closed as a precaution as firefighters tackled a blaze at a nearby farm. Police were preparing to evacuate properties close to the fire at a steading at Wester Craiglands in the Black Isle. But firefighters, wearing breathing apparatus b...

Firefighters rescue cow from Wiltshire well

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  • October 4, 2010
Pictures have been released of the moment firefighters rescued a cow from a 10ft (3m) well in Wiltshire. A service spokesman said the 12-month-old fell through the cover at Hayleaze Farm, Crudwell, but the impact was softened by the water. The "cha...

Fire service rescue 13 in North Yorkshire floods

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  • October 4, 2010
The fire service said it had attended 31 flood-related incidents on Sunday, mainly around Kirkbymoorside, Danby and the North Yorkshire Moors. North Yorkshire Fire crews rescued 13 people in floods which swept the county over the weekend. The fire ...

Leicester Chinese restaurant fire collapse fears

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  • October 4, 2010
Up to 60 firefighters have spent several hours bringing a fire under control at a restaurant in Leicester. Crews were called to the Kashi Chinese Restaurant on Granby Street at about 2330 BST on Sunday. No-one was injured in the fire but the three-st...

Fire hits three-storey Chinese restaurant in Leicester

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  • October 4, 2010
Up to 60 firefighters have spent several hours bringing a fire under control at a restaurant in Leicester. Crews from across the city were called to the Kashi Chinese Restaurant on Granby Street at about 2330 BST on Sunday. No one was injured in the ...

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