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Six treated after suspicious Aberdeen fire

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  • November 12, 2011
Fourteen people were evacuated from a tenement block in Aberdeen following a fire which police believe was started deliberately. The fire broke out about 02:20 on Saturday in Portland Street. A total of six people were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirma...

Streetly homes flooded and evacuated after pipe bursts

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  • November 12, 2011
Up to 150 homes in the West Midlands have been flooded after a 36in (91.4cm) water main burst. The pipe leading to the Barr Beacon reservoir burst in the early hours, flooding properties in the Blackwood Estate in Streetly. South Staffs Water said it...

Gas pipe thefts in Leicester 'risked explosions'

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  • November 12, 2011
The theft of gas pipes from homes in the Hinckley Road area of Leicester could have caused explosions, police have said. Within a month there have been 11 incidents, one of which, on Jarrom Street, resulted in the fire service being called and homes ...

Fire probe at Rogerstone's Fourteen Locks Canal Centre

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  • November 12, 2011
The cause of a fire at a canal heritage centre in Newport is under investigation. South Wales Fire and Rescue say they found two separate seats of fire in the café and office at Fourteen Locks Canal Centre in Rogerstone. Three appliances, includ...

Family escapes flooding danger in Draperstown

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  • November 12, 2011
Heavy rain has caused flooding on a number of roads in Northern Ireland making some impassable. In County Londonderry, a mother and her two children had a lucky escape on Friday night as their car got trapped on the Mulnavoo Road near Draperstown. Th...

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