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Warehouse fire destroys 225,000 Time Out London magazines

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  • June 4, 2013
Time Out London magazine has had to postpone publishing after a warehouse fire destroyed more than 225,000 copies of the publication. In a statement the magazine said 80,000 copies were saved and the next edition would be distributed on Thursday. T...

New Cumbrian fire service unit to tackle chemical spills

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  • June 4, 2013
A new partnership is being formed in Cumbria to protect the future of the county's wildlife from chemical spills. Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service and the Environment Agency have joined forces to create an Environmental Protection Unit which will be b...

Ford to recall 465,000 vehicles to fix possible fuel leak

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  • June 4, 2013
US carmaker Ford has announced that it will recall 465,000 cars globally to fix a possible fuel leak. The firm said a fuel delivery module in the affected cars could leak and may result in a fire in the presence of an ignition source. Ford said it ha...

Mainetti fire: factory reopens at temporary site days after fire

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  • June 4, 2013
Just 10 days after a massive fire broke out at its Flintshire factory a coat hanger company has restarted production at a site 15 miles away. Mainetti, whose premises in Greenfield, Flintshire, suffered major damage in the blaze on 24 May, have begun...

Girl, 4, burnt by beach sand heated by barbecue

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  • June 4, 2013
A four-year-old girl has suffered burns on a Devon beach after falling on sand where a disposable barbecue had been used. The girl was with her family on Exmouth beach on Sunday when she walked across the heated sand and fell. She was taken to the to...

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