Firefighters die combating massive blaze at fuel storage facility near Kiev (VIDEO)  

RIA Novosti/Aleksey Vovk A massive fire has caused explosions of oil tanks at a storage facility near Kiev, killing several firefighters. The inferno is out of control, setting 17 huge tanks ablaze. There are gas storage tanks on the site … Continue reading Firefighters die combating massive blaze at fuel storage facility near Kiev (VIDEO)  

100 firefighters battle 3-alarm blaze at NYC’s Penn Station

Still from Instagram video A fire has broken out at New York’s Penn Station, with 100 firefighters working on extinguishing the flames. Some trains have been delayed, but no one has been reported injured so far. It’s a 3-alarm blaze, the NYC Fire Department reported, tweeting on the situation. New York subway A and E trains have been instructed not to stop at Penn Station due to the fire. The fire is inside the station, located at West 33rd Street and 8th Avenue in Manhattan, according to the Fire Department. Read more at RT News Continue reading 100 firefighters battle 3-alarm blaze at NYC’s Penn Station

Detroit now resembling third-world nation as power grid fails and lights go out

(NaturalNews) During the 1950s and 1960s, the city of Detroit became the automobile manufacturing capital of the world. Growing to become America’s fourth-largest city, it was a model of modernity and American production capacity. Between 1910 and 1950, the PBS program “The Rundown” reports, “few cities grew faster, were wealthier, were more attractive to those seeking success than what became known as the Motor City.” Detroit population today less than half of 1950 census count Peaking at about 1.8 million people in 1950, the city has since lost more than half of its population. Entire automobile factories have laid dormant … Continue reading Detroit now resembling third-world nation as power grid fails and lights go out

Detroit now resembling third-world nation as power grid fails and lights go out

(NaturalNews) During the 1950s and 1960s, the city of Detroit became the automobile manufacturing capital of the world. Growing to become America’s fourth-largest city, it was a model of modernity and American production capacity. Between 1910 and 1950, the PBS program “The Rundown” reports, “few cities grew faster, were wealthier, were more attractive to those seeking success than what became known as the Motor City.” Detroit population today less than half of 1950 census count Peaking at about 1.8 million people in 1950, the city has since lost more than half of its population. Entire automobile factories have laid dormant … Continue reading Detroit now resembling third-world nation as power grid fails and lights go out

Fire reported at Flight 93 National Memorial

This a screenshot of the Flight 93 National Memorial’s webcam taken at 3:48 p.m. Friday. Six fire departments have been called to a working structure fire at the Flight 93 National Memorial headquarters along Park Headquarters Road in Stonycreek Township, according to scanner reports. The fire was reported around 3:15 p.m. Friday. Read more at The Daily American Continue reading Fire reported at Flight 93 National Memorial

Caught on Video: Selfless Police Officer Pulls Unconscious Man from Burning Vehicle

Hartville, OH — Uniontown police Sgt., Michael Batchik responded to a 9-1-1 call at Hartville Marketplace last week of a person trapped in a vehicle which was on fire. Apparently the victim crashed into the vehicle in front of his after apparently passing out with his foot on the accelerator. When Batchik pulled up to the scene he quickly and selflessly throws himself into harms way to rescue the unconscious man inside the dangerously smokey vehicle; which could have exploded at any moment. Moments after Batchik disappears into the smoke he’s seen pulling the unconscious man away from the SUV. For his … Continue reading Caught on Video: Selfless Police Officer Pulls Unconscious Man from Burning Vehicle