hazardous situation

hazardous situation

In ATS (air traffic services) usage, an occurrence in which flight safety was jeopardized or was not assured for a period of time.
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Pierce Street, hazardous situation, tree limb reported in the road.
Residents and councillors claim the hazardous situation at the junction of Tamworth Road and Park Farm Road in Kettlebrook is an "accident waiting to happen" and are calling for Staffordshire County Council to act.
The brief ensured that no duplication of effort was performed and, therefore, lessened the fire department's exposure to a hazardous situation.
Action Research chief executive Simon Moore said, ``We should never be in the hazardous situation where prescribing drugs for children and babies is based on assumption or, even worse, guesswork.
The award is presented for outstanding airmanship and professional performance during a hazardous situation, the Air Force says.
Otherwise, power from the generator could be sent back onto the utility lines, creating a hazardous situation for utility workers and the public.
Evans Road, hazardous situation, youths reported playing on a pole.
These intense inspection actions broke a link in the safety mishap chain, and avoided a potentially hazardous situation.
Vaughan Pollard, Station Officer at Radford Road Fire Station, said: "It was an extremely hazardous situation.
The layout of the road created a fatally hazardous situation in which some motorists would be unable to see pedestrians in the crosswalk, the suit said.
West Boylston Street, hazardous situation, possible intoxicated person reported at Shell.
Lynn Harding, project manager, said: "The conflicting pedestrian and vehicular movements around these schools create a hazardous situation, particularly for pupils walking to and from school.

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