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  • News Stories From Northern Nevada

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    Reno Gazette Journal
    Posted: January 31st, 2003

    Volunteer firefighters rescued Bainbridge, but she died a shore time later at William Bee Ririe hospital.


  • Smallpox Facts

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    Easton Star Democrat
    Posted: January 22nd, 2003

    Smallpox is a serious, contagious, sometimes fatal disease caused by the variola virus.


  • Blaze Guts Grass Valley Apartment

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    The Union
    Posted: January 9th, 2003

    Grass Valley--A woman recovering from surgery fled her apartment early Wednesday morning when she discovered smoke in a bedroom


  • Fire at Construction Site Damages Nearby Condos

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    Las Vegas Review-Journal
    Posted: January 8th, 2003

    Clark County--Fire ripped through a condominium construction site early Tuesday near Tropicana Avenue and Decatur Boulevard, burning so intensely it damaged nearby residences and displaced 20 residents


  • Fire Destroys Mobile Home

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    Elko Daily Free Press
    Posted: December 10th, 2002

    Elko, Nevada -- A fire destroyed a double-wide mobile home on Cain's Mountain Saturday night.


  • Las Vegas to Show Off Last Delivery of New Fleet

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    Las Vegas Fire & Rescue
    Posted: December 4th, 2002

    Over the past two years, the city of Las Vegas has taken delivery of an entire fleet of new fire apparatus that replaced an aging fleet the department used for several years.


  • Vegas MGM Grand Fire 20 Years Ago Among the Worst

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    Firehouse.Com News
    Posted: November 20th, 2000

    The Nov. 21, 1980 fire scene that day was a grim sightThe second-largest loss of life hotel fire in U.S. history took place 20 years ago this week at the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. As smoke filled the 26-story high rise, 85 people lost their lives and hundreds of others were injured.The Nov. 21, 1980 fire scene that day was a grim sight, unlike anything else he has ever seen, said Deputy Chief Ralph King of the Clark County Fire Department.


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