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In the third such tragic incident of its kind within a week, two brothers drowned Monday night in a pond in a valley in the Kingdom's south. What is more heart-wrenching is that the brothers, aged 19 and 17, breathed their last clutching each other.
The Ministry of Education has banned schools from using wood and coal heaters because of the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning and fires. The ministry issued the directive in a circular recently after inspectors found some schools using these types
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 22° Min 15° Gull boosts capacity for BoP civil defence emergencies PR Partners, Fuseworks January 17, 2014, 10:55 am Gull, New Zealand's only family owned independent fuel retailer today demonstrated its
If you find yourself in the vicinity of a recently detonated nuclear bomb, you might be wondering, "What should I do?" Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researcher Michael Dillon did some math to figure this out and his findings were published
Civil Defense rescue teams recovered the body of a heavy machine operator killed when a five-story building collapsed on him in the Nakasha district in Makkah on Tuesday. The accident occurred while the building was being demolished to prepare for
Six laborers who were trapped under a collapsed roof of a mosque under construction were rescued by Civil Defense in the neighborhood of Aseelah in Makkah on Monday. The accident occurred just before noon as they were concreting the 25 by 15 m roof.
The improved system of civil protection will respond to the situations complicated by bigger challenges of the man-made environment and natural disasters, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs. As the new
The Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME) has forecast more heavy rain this weekend as downpours on Thursday and Friday caused flooding, rockslides and road closures in certain areas. The Civil Defense closed down the Al-Karr to Taif road
Tuscaloosa County's outdoor sirens will be tested at noon today...The sirens are usually tested on the first Wednesday of the month, but the test was delayed last week because of the New Year's holiday. Residents should note if they can hear the
Hazard sirens in Grays Harbor County did not activate during a test Monday of the All Hazard Alert Broadcast system. KvwFK9 ) the problem was a simultaneous transmission on the same frequency used to start the test.