Accidents Headlines

  • PG&E says cause of Camp Fire not yet determined despite probe

    The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) released a new report on Tuesday into a massive California wildfire that ignited near one of its damaged towers, offering new details of the incident but stopping short of accepting blame.

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  • PG&E says cause of Camp Fire not yet determined despite probe

    The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) released a new report on Tuesday into a massive California wildfire that ignited near one of its damaged towers, offering new details of the incident but stopping short of accepting blame.

    U.S.
  • Firefighters rescue more than 100 snakes from burning house

    For many people, the thought of picking up a python or a boa constrictor is terrifying. But for some firefighters in Texas, no victim is too scary, or too scaly, to rescue. Caney Creek Fire and Rescue of Conroe -- a suburb north of Houston -- responded to a house fire over the weekend that was caused by a Christmas tree left with its lights on. When firefighters entered the house they found more than 100 snakes and lizards, Fire Chief Raymond Flannelly told CNN. "Not sure how many lizards we...

    WPLG
  • Camp Fire: 3 unaccounted for, 85 dead

    A month after the Camp Fire first broke out in northern California, three people remain unaccounted for and 85 people are confirmed dead, according to the Butte County Sheriff's Office. Of the 85 dead, 31 are tentatively identified, 50 positively identified. The remains of Rafaela Andrade, 84, from Paradise; Don Shores, 70, from Magalia; and Jean Forsman, 83, from Magalia, were positively identified Monday and their next of kin notified, Butte County said. The number of unaccounted for residents...

    WPLG
  • Hospital discharge during December holidays tied to more readmissions, deaths

    (Reuters Health) - - Patients sent home from the hospital around Christmas time are more likely to have bad outcomes compared to those discharged at other times, a Canadian study suggests.

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  • Cambodian court gives suspended sentences to labor leaders

    Six Cambodian union leaders on Tuesday each received suspended 2 1/2-year prison terms in connection with labor protests about five years ago in which four garment workers were killed and around 20 others hurt. The Phnom Penh Municipal Court found the labor leaders guilty on four charges

    ABC News