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  • Fire Leaves UNM Fans Stranded

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    Posted: January 8th, 2003

    Fire crews were working late Tuesday to extinguish a smoldering fire in the ventilation system.


  • Officials: Beware of carbon monoxide

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    Carlsbad Current Argus
    Posted: January 7th, 2003

    Firefighters were dispatched to 405 S. Walnut St. at 8:30 p.m. Saturday after a woman called police to report she was experiencing symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.


  • New Mexico's 2002 Fire Season the Longest Ever

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    Santa Fe New Mexican
    Posted: January 3rd, 2003

    The forest fires that raged throughout New Mexico in 2002 were not the worst in history in terms of their size, but - fueled by years of drought - the state had its longest fire season on record, which began in early spring and lasted into September. And don't let a little snow on the ground this winter fool you, foresters warn; New Mexico isn't out of the woods yet and could be in store for another terrible fire season next year.


  • Relatives Identify Bodies After Mexican Blast

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    CTV.Ca
    Posted: January 3rd, 2003

    Relatives of victims killed in a deadly New Year's fireworks explosion in the Mexican port city of Veracruz face the grim task of identifying their loved ones today. At least 28 people died as a result of the tragedy.


  • Fire Destroys Tularosa Hardware Store

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    Alamagordo Daily News
    Posted: December 10th, 2002

    The Tularosa fire department responded to a structure fire at approximately 2:20 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7. in Tularosa, but by the time fire-fighters arrived on the scene, the fire had broken through the roof.


  • Frontliners To Get Smallpox Vaccine

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    The Albuquerque Tribune
    Posted: December 10th, 2002

    The state plans to give some nurses, epidemiologists and emergency medical providers the first vaccines over the next few months.


  • Council To Discuss Future Of FEMAville

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    Los Alamos Monitor
    Posted: December 10th, 2002

    The county’s contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the state requires that the site be vacated by May 2003.