area fire

area fire

[′er· ē·ə ¦fīr]
(ordnance)
Fire delivered on a prescribed area.
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Contract notice: WDC-Contract for the provision of the Maintenance and Upgrade of Housing Door Entry Systems, Security Doors and Common Area Fire Detection Systems.
Several small fires were ignited, with the Douglas Forest Protection Association and area fire departments responding to six of them, variously located four miles north of Canyonville; six miles southwest and eight miles south of Elkton; three miles east of Camas Valley; 14 miles west of Sutherlin; and 11 miles northwest of Glendale.
Several area fire departments responded, including those from Leominster, Winchendon, Hubbardston, Westminster, Barre, Templeton and Fitchburg.
Area fire chief Myles Platt said: "This may be the tip of the iceberg of incidents around e-cigarettes.
Scheduled to attend were area fire chiefs--including from Plaistow, where three people died from CO poisoning earlier this year--and the state fire marshal.
Baggage claim area fire shut down part of the Orlando International Airport A fire shut down part of the Orlando International Airport and caused some major delays Sunday Aug.
was destroyed May 14 by a fire that 11 area fire departments were called out to fight.
ON the day that a Select Committe revealed that nine new area fire stations had been built for around pounds 500m and were still empty, and would probably stay that way because not many people in the fire brigade were in favour of them but the Government at the time (2004) went ahead, we get a lead councillor stating that the budget for transport would have to be reduced, because of this Government making cuts.
Dubbing April 1 as "April Pools' Day," the campaigns brought together area fire departments, public health educators, pool builders and supply companies, health departments and others to raise awareness of pool safety and that drowning is preventable.
Look no further than our own Bay Area fire station to find the world's oldest and longest burning light bulb.
Based on information a joint party of JKP (Jammu and Kashmir Police) and 63 Rashtriya Rifles launched an operation in the forest, during the search of the docks and the jungle area fire as from a docks which was in the upper region.
In the industrial area fire, loud explosions occurred probably as a result of the flammable materials that were present in some of the warehouses.

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