Explosions

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List Of Accidents And Disasters By Death Toll - Explosions
1,950 – Halifax Explosion (Nova Scotia, Canada, 1917) 1,500 – Ammunition plant with facilities explode at Smederevo, outskirt of Belgrade, Serbia, June 8, 1941 1,200. 1,100 – Lagos Armoury Explosion, (Lagos, Nigeria, 2002), many deaths were from drowning during the resulting panic 1,007 – Ammunition transporter exploded in Hamont. 590 – Explosion of the Cabo Machichaco, port of Santander, Cantabria, Spain, November 3, 1893, with over 2000 injured ...
Toronto Propane Explosion
... The Toronto propane explosion (also known as the Sunrise Propane incident) was a series of explosions and ensuing fire that took place on the morning of August 10, 2008 ... The explosions occurred at the Sunrise Propane Industrial Gases propane facility in the Keele Street and Wilson Avenue area of North York around 0350 ET ... An employee of Sunrise died in the initial explosions and a firefighter died of cardiac arrest the next day while at the scene ...
Tiny Explosions - Track Listing - Second CD Single
... "Tiny Explosions" - 250 "Tiny Explosions" (live) "I'm Mad" (live) "Headin' Out" (live) "Tiny Explosions" video ...
Prasad Shrikant Purohit - Investigation
... General said had left the train just fifteen minutes before the explosions ... commissioner of Railway Safety officially determined that the explosions and fire on the Samjhauta Express had been caused by bombs located in the upper compartments in coaches GS 03431 and GS 14857 ... The results strengthened the belief that the suspects got off the train before the explosions ...
Steamboats Of The Mississippi - Boiler Explosions
... were some 4,000 fatalities on the river due to boiler explosions ... Meanwhile, the explosions continued the Teche in 1825, with sixty killed the Ohio and the Macon in 1826 the Union and the Hornet in 1827 the Grampus in 1828 the Patriot and the Kenawa in 1829 ... Mark Twain noted a bad boiler explosion which occurred aboard the steamboat Pennsylvania in 1858 ...

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