city Philadelphia BURST reports city Philadelphia

Vehicle pulled from overpass after bursting into flames on Schuylkill Expressway

Reading now: 574
www.fox29.com

PHILADELPHIA - Fire and police crews were on the scene after a vehicle fire prompted an emergency response overnight in Philadelphia's Holmesburg section.The vehicle caught on fire on the Schuylkill Expressway near Spring Garden Street around 2 a.m.

Saturday.After it was extinguished, the vehicle had to be pulled from the overpass and towed from the scene.MORE HEADLINES:Police say there were people inside the vehicle at the time of the fire, but they fled on foot.

Read more on fox29.com
The website covid-19.rehab is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

Delta Air Lines - Airport worker dies after being ‘ingested’ by plane engine in Texas - globalnews.ca - Los Angeles - state Texas - city San Antonio - county Delta
globalnews.ca
95%
261
Airport worker dies after being ‘ingested’ by plane engine in Texas
San Antonio International Airport Friday evening, according to the U.S.’ National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).Delta Air Lines Flight 1111 had just arrived in San Antonio from Los Angeles and was taxiing to its gate with one engine on when the fatal incident occurred.The NTSB stated that “a worker was ingested into that engine at about 10:25 p.m.” The plane involved was an Airbus A319.The worker has not yet been identified by name, though the Federal Aviation Administration said Friday that they were an airport ramp worker employed by Unifi Aviation, a company that Delta Air Lines contracts for ground crew operations.The safety board is investigating the circumstances of the tragic accident and is “in the information gathering process at this point.”It’s not clear how the incident happened or if it was related to safety protocols.The San Antonio International Airport also confirmed the death of the ground crew member Friday night and is co-operating with the NTSB’s investigation.“We are deeply saddened by this incident and are working with authorities as they begin their investigation. We will share more information as details become available,” spokesperson Erin Rodriguez stated.Delta Air Lines is also working with investigators as it mourns the loss of one of its employees.“We are heartbroken and grieving the loss of an aviation family member’s life in San Antonio.
Vladimir Putin - Sergei Shoigu - Russia’s defence minister makes 1st public appearance after Wagner military revolt - globalnews.ca - Russia - Belarus - Ukraine
globalnews.ca
64%
221
Russia’s defence minister makes 1st public appearance after Wagner military revolt
Russia’s most serious political crisis in decades, uncertainty swirled Monday about the fate of the former Putin ally who led a brief armed rebellion, his Wagner mercenary group, and the two military chiefs with whom he has clashed over the conduct of the war in Ukraine.Also unclear were the impact on the 16-month-old invasion – and the future of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who faced the most serious challenge to his authority in more than 20 years of rule.A feud between Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin and Russia’s top military brass amid the fighting in Ukraine erupted into a mutiny that saw fighters from the mercenary group leave the front in Ukraine to seize a south Russian city and march seemingly unopposed on the capital, before turning around after less than 24 hours on Saturday.The Kremlin said it had made a deal that the mercenary chief will move to Belarus and receive an amnesty, along with his soldiers. Yet on Monday, Russian media reported that a criminal probe against Prigozhin continued, and his whereabouts were unknown.Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu made his first public appearance since the rebellion that demanded his ouster, inspecting troops in Ukraine Monday in a video aimed at projecting a sense of order, as Russian media speculated that he and other top military leaders have lost Putin’s confidence and could be replaced.Shoigu was shown in video released by the Defense Ministry flying in a helicopter and then attending a meeting with military officers at a military headquarters in Ukraine.
Justin Trudeau - Anita Anand - Canadian Armed - Wayne Eyre - Search efforts end after deadly RCAF helicopter crash near Ottawa - globalnews.ca - Canada - county Ontario - city Ottawa
globalnews.ca
68%
449
Search efforts end after deadly RCAF helicopter crash near Ottawa
Royal Canadian Air Force helicopter has ended and the two members are confirmed by the military to have died in a crash early Tuesday near Ottawa.The Department of National Defence confirmed the deaths in a statement Wednesday.“The two missing air crew members from the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) CH-147F Chinook that crashed in the Ottawa River in the early hours of Tuesday June 20, were found last evening,” the department said.“Tragically, neither member survived.”The names of the deceased individuals are not being released at the request of their families.The four-member crew was on a training mission when the Chinook helicopter they were in crashed into the Ottawa River near Garrison Petawawa, Ont.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was the first to confirm any deaths from the crash Tuesday afternoon, but did not did not specify which members or how many had been killed.“This incident is a painful reminder that members of the Canadian Armed Forces undertake great risks to defend Canada, whether in combat or in training,” said Defence Minister Anita Anand in a press conference Wednesday morning.She said both of the members injured in the crash were treated for minor injuries, and have since been released.A team of more than 110 Canadian Armed Forces members on the shore and water, an Ontario Provincial Police marine and dive unit, and local fire departments were involved in the search mission Tuesday.Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre said the incident was a reminder that military service can be “dangerous work.”“Our people know the risks, and they take them willingly,” Eyre said.
DMCA