“Everybody out, everybody out!” a man screamed as firefighters tried to douse the flames
At least eight people died and thirty were injured after a fire at a home for people with learning disabilities in a western Czech town early Sunday.
Here is an overview of the jet involved in a runway blaze in Moscow on Sunday in which 41 people died:
So far, no casualties have been reported
'The Chief fire officer said It will take some time to control and douse this fire'
MEXICO CITY: A leaking fuel pipeline triggered a massive blaze in central Mexico Saturday, killing at least 20 people and injuring another 54, officials said. Omar Fayad, governor of Hidalgo state, said locals at the site of the leak were scrambling to steal some of the leaking oil when at least 20 of them were burned to death. "I've been told that 20 have been burned to death and another 54 burn victims being treated" in hospitals, Fayad told local FaroTV, with the blaze still raging. Scores of locals were…
One man was killed and two others declared missing after an oil tanker caught fire while it was being refuelled off Hong Kong on Tuesday, sending a huge cloud of dark smoke billowing into the air. Twenty-three people were rescued after those on board the stricken Vietnamese-listed vessel either fell or jumped into the sea, police said. Some of the victims suffered burns, with four people injured, one of them seriously. Fears of a potential environmental catastrophe in a busy shipping channel also known for…
Seven firefighters were injured in efforts to put out a massive blaze at Germany's largest amusement park, police said on Sunday, as it reopened to visitors despite extensive damage to some areas.
MOSCOW: At least 53 people were killed by a fire in a shopping mall in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, Russia’s Emergency Situations Ministry said on Monday. The fire, one of the deadliest in Russia since the breakup of the Soviet Union, swept through the upper floors of the mall where a cinema complex and children’s play area were located. Russian emergency services said the fire, which started on Sunday afternoon, had now been extinguished but that rescuers were struggling to reach the upper floors because the roof of…
SEOUL: The stricken Iranian oil tanker in the East China Sea could burn for as long as one month, South Korea’s Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries told Reuters on Wednesday, as the blaze raged for a fourth day following a collision with a freight ship. Dozens of rescue boats battled strong winds, high waves and poisonous fumes to comb a 900-square-nautical-mile (3,100-square-kilometre) area for 31 missing sailors and tame the fire, amid growing concerns the ship may explode or sink. “We believe flames would last for two…