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to find a fire involving an interior wall and the roof - fire was likely caused by equipment being used in recent renovation work to transform the plant into a film studio - cutting or welding equipment were noted as the likely ignition site - there were no injuries reported at the three-alarm fire - only a small area of the roof was primarily affected) (a demolition crew's torch sparked the blaze that ripped through a small, unused warehouse at a prominent food processing plant about p.m.
- the uninsured building was set to be demolished, and crews cutting metal inside apparently ignited a flammable material inside - much of the building's roof collapsed during the blaze, but no injuries were reported) (a fire at a high-rise started by some welding work has been extinguished and no injuries have been reported - while there was no evacuation of the building, about 100 people who were in the lobby when firefighters arrived were temporarily directed to nearby Union Station by fire personnel - the fire was started by welders doing work at the building, which "got the insulation going" in the building) (it was actually crews working to fix up the World War II relic that accidentally started the fire - investigators believe it started in the lower deck chief's bathroom when a spark from welding equipment grew to quickly engulf a canvas tarp and then life jackets - the welders isolated the room, saving the rest of the ship, but posing a problem for firefighters) (an explosion at a water plant killed one person and seriously injured two others - a crew was performing hurricane repairs on the roof of the Water Treatment Plant before the explosion - worker was apparently using a cutting torch when chemicals underneath the roof ignited - one of the patients transported to Medical Center was burned over 100 percent of his body - the other victims had burns to 80 percent of their bodies - police said a worker was using a blowtorch near methanol and sodium sulfate tanks when one of the tanks exploded) (two men employed with a fencing company have been charged with reckless damage in connection with a welding incident that sparked a 100-acre wildfire - they had a spotter, but did not have any water available to put out a fire) (a maintenance worker, 40, died and the plant's lead maintenance manager, 59, died at the scene - maintenance worker, 42, remained in critical condition at Orlando Regional Medical Center with burns from his chest down - employees were using a torch to repair a metal roof above a chemical tank containing highly flammable methanol, and city officials still could not answer whether the three knew about the dangers) (no one was hurt in a fire that broke out onboard a Russian tanker under repairs - fire started on the Volga-Neft-120 tanker’s nose in the dry dock of the Ordzhokinidze shipyard - presumably, welding sparked the blaze - firemen prevented the fire from spreading into a warehouse, where lacquers and paints are being stored) (loss could be as much as 0,000 - "I tried to stop the fire, but the fire extinguisher ran out," he said at the scene.
Fire officials said Daum Hall, a dormitory designed to be connected to the new million Blank building, was evacuated.
The botany and chemistry buildings also were cleared and police also closed several downtown streets to traffic.
Public Safety officers that responded were Chief Ashley Welborn and Josette White.
Hiram Patrenos and Brian Crawford own the new apartments, which have not been named yet.
One injured, 12 homeless in South Heights fire; Fire started during construction work causes ,000 in damage BY PHIL ROCKROHR Times Staff Writer SOUTH CHICAGO HEIGHTS -- One man was injured, 12 people left homeless and ,000 in damage caused when an apartment building caught fire behind Village Hall Friday morning.Al-Shatti said the tankers were empty, but the fire preceded by an explosion, may have been caused by sparks from the welding rod coming into contact with left-over inflammable material.Soon after the fire was put out, the fire fighters were called to a pastry shop, also in Shuwaikh, where a split air condition hd caught fire. Maid hurt: An Indonesian maid - identified only as Nour - who jumped from the second floor window of her sponsor's apartment in Salwa in a vain attempt to escape from him, has been admitted to the intensive care unit of a hospital with several fractures all over her body, reports Al-Anba daily.Don Nyblom, a maintenance worker at Eagle Ridge, suffered second- and third-degree burns to his hands trying to extinguish the fire, Hanna said. James Hospital and Health Centers in Chicago Heights, Nardoni said.
Hospital officials could not be reached for comment Friday afternoon."I thought I had it out for a second, but it flared up again - The fire started when a worker, the only mechanic in the three-bay garage, was cutting a piece of steel with a torch - a spark reportedly ignited some gasoline that had trickled across the garage floor from a gasoline tank that was near a wall of the garage)one more person has died as a result of the explosion which occurred about two weeks ago - the deceased, 30, an electrician, sustained severe burns as a result of the explosion and was in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital until he died at 4 a.m.