With regards to that and the smoke bombs
, we don't want that."
inhalation is associated with a variety of airway and lung injuries based on the duration and concentration of smoke exposure.
"The smoke bomb
hit a wall and landed back onto the platform close to where passengers were waiting for the next service."
Last month a Manchester United fan who set off a smoke bomb
during Sir Alex Ferguson's last game in charge, against West Bromwich Albion, was given a suspended twomonth jail term and banned from any football grounds for three years.
Video footage from the dramatic stunt yesterday morning showed the man flying away after he dropped the smoke bomb
at the Bugey site 35km east of Lyon and begin circling the reactor to start his descent.
"It is obvious what the claim of the Interior Minister is aimed at a when you are engaged in combat and the things are not looking good for you, the tactics is to throw a smoke bomb
," Stanishev commented.
To test that theory, walls have been opened to reveal the old pipes and smoke bomb
tests have been undertaken.
A three-minute smoke bomb
is all it takes to fill the blocked-off section with smoke to detect leaks in pipes.
The character cuts classes, hangs out with the wrong group of students and, with two other students, is kicked out of school for setting off a smoke bomb
in a dormitory.
THE Portsmouth fan who threw a smoke bomb
at Sunderland supporters last month has been banned from attending games for three years.
Kick-offat Tynecastle was delayed whi le a smoke bomb
wascleared from the pitch and each goal brought more pyrotechnics to the field.
The club said it had to act in light of 'unacceptable incidents' at recent matches, including fans bringing a smoke bomb
into Gateshead's FA Trophy semi-final match against Bromley last Saturday.