Paramedics in Talbot County, Maryland sometimes answer calls and find no medical or prescription information, possibly causing delays in treatments. Talbot P…
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HERE YOU WILL SEE VIDEO 1 OF 2 OF THE FDNY HAZMAT SPECIAL OPERATIONS UNIT CO. 44, FDNY ENGINE 40, 44, 74, FDNY LADDER 25 AND BATTALION CHIEF 11 ON SCENE OF A POSSIBLE HAZMAT SITUATION ON WEST 75TH STREET AND BROADWAY ON THE UPPER WESTSIDE OF MANHATTAN IN NEW YORK CITY. I ALSO FILMED A SECOND PART AFTER FDNY HAZMAT SPECIAL OPERATIONS 1 AND FDNY HAZMAT COMPANY 1 ARRIVED ON SCENE. THE SECOND VIDEO CONTAINS A LOT MORE DETAILS OF THE ONGOING OPERATIONS.

Animal Rescue Corps Removes 60 Dogs From a Suspected Fighting Operation Please support ARC at: animalrescuecorps.org Ashland City, TN — International non-profit animal protection organization Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) removed 65 dogs from the property of a suspected dog fighting operation today in Ashland City, about 35 minutes west of Nashville, in a rescue mission called Operation Broken Chain. On Thanksgiving night the Ashland City Fire Department and the Pleasant View Fire Department responded to a brush fire at an Ashland City residence. Their discovery of a large number of dogs chained around the property prompted them to call Cheatham County Animal Control (CCAC) who identified the situation as a suspected dog fighting/breeding operation. CCAC found 65 dogs, mostly American Pit Bull Terriers and some Beagles, all requiring medical attention, none with access to food or fresh water. “We believe this is the largest dog fighting rescue in Tennessee history,” said ARC President Scotlund Haisley. “The conditions Animal Rescue Corps found on this property are the worst I have ever seen at a dog fighting operation in my 22-year career in animal protection.” CCAC identified dogfighting paraphernalia such as a treadmill, fighting pen, and a spring pole used for strengthening dogs’ jaws. The dogs are underweight, have sores covering their bodies, and are exhibiting signs of internal parasites, but are all very eager for affection despite their desperate living conditions
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Even Mona’s gall bladder can’t stand her complaining. It hasn’t been a good week for Mona. Her apartment caught on fire – forcing her to move in with Angela, Tony and the kids, and now she’s in the hospital. At least she’s finally off the couch! More Minisodes, Free TV, & Movies crackle.com TWITTER: twitter.com TAGS: watch free streaming television tv video minisode Whos Boss Tony Danza Alyssa Milano Judith Light Mona Angela sitcom 80s tv television family entertainment fire

The Joker, the nickname given by the crew to one of the 72 ton, 40 foot long Assault Breacher Vehicles. “The Joker” is seeing its first combat duty in Operation Cobra’s Anger in Afghanistan. ABV’s are fitted with a plow and nearly 7000 pounds of explosives. The Breachers are the Marines Corps’ answer to the deadliest threat facing United States and NATO troops in Afghanistan, thousands of land mines and roadside bombs aka improvised explosive devices, that litter the Afghan Taliban region. The Breachers are metal monsters that look like a tank with a cannon, carry a 15-foot wide plow supported by metal skis that glide on the dirt, digging a safety lane through the numerous minefields laid by the Taliban. If there are too many mines, the Breachers can fire rockets carrying high grade C-4 explosive up to 150 yards forward, detonating the hidden bombs at a safe distance so that troops and vehicles can pass through safely. The detonations, over 1700 pounds of Mine Clearing Line Charge, send a sheet fire into the air and shock waves rippling through the desert in all directions. Reporters watched the “Breacher” in action today as Marines edged closer to Marjah, a southern Taliban stronghold that NATO commanders plan to attack in the next days, in the largest joint NATO-Afghan operation of the Afghan war. Troops are expected to face a massive threat from mines and roadside bombs as they push into Marjah, 380 miles southwest of Kabul. “This may be the largest IED threat and
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