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email@example.comLANCASTER — Lancaster Fire Chief Richard Sebastian invited members of Hazmat 12, a group based in Somerset, to attend Monday’s City Council meeting, bringing with them equipment and vehicles to show councilmembers the capabilities offered....
firstname.lastname@example.orgJust in time for the Oct. 11 vice-presidential debate at Centre College, Danville city officials have purchased a fire suppression skid unit that enables authorities to more quickly respond to emergencies than they could with a traditional fire truck....
email@example.comAs he walked around a busy construction site on a sunny day this week, Northpoint Training Center Warden Steve Haney acknowledged how fresh the memories of the fiery night in 2009 still seem. "It's hard to believe it's almost been two years, it really...
CAMP DICK — A well-known Garrard County man could face felony charges after a hit-and-run accident Saturday night. Roger Miller, 36, a local radio announcer and former Lancaster Banking Center manager for Farmers National Bank, hit pedestrian...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Danville girl remained in critical condition today after being hit by a sport-utility vehicle while crossing a street near her home Sunday night. Police said they were called to Hill-n-Dale Drive near Long Run Community Apartments about 7:30 p.m....
Around 1 p.m. Monday a southbound Norfolk-Southern train left the tracks parallel to the Geneva- McKinney Road in McKinney, spilling an estimated 40 cars onto the embankment and piling several on top of each other. No one was injured in the wreck, but...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents
email@example.comScorcher, heat wave, dog day. Whatever the description, Monday was hot, and, Happy Sleeper, 5, had the solution. “It’s a great day for the pool,” she said, as her mother, Sarah, and three siblings prepared for a dip at the William E....
The Winchester SunClark County commissioners fell silent Tuesday when an order came up at a Fiscal Court meeting to grant six employees of the judge-executive’s office a one-time pay increase of $333.33 each for Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, FEMA, Politics, Judges, Elections
Around 1:15 p.m. Monday a southbound Norfolk-Southern train left the tracks parallel to the Geneva- McKinney Road in McKinney, spilling 44 containers onto the embankment and piling several on top of each other. The train consisted of three locomotives and...
When the news hit that tornadoes had ripped through Alabama, helpers sprang into action. They handed out water and medical supplies. They provided food, clothing and shelter to the many victims and cleaned up the mess that Mother Nature left behind. FEMA?...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA man driving a Veolia Environmental Services garbage truck was taken to UK Chandler Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries Tuesday morning after being involved in an accident that tied up traffic on Lexington Road for about an hour. The...
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