Delhi hotel fire kills at least 17, spurs safety concerns
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 A fire swept through a hotel in New Delhi early on Tuesday, killing 17 people, authorities in the Indian capital said, raising fresh questions about safety standards in poorly regulated budget hotels.
At least 17 people have been killed after a fire swept through a hotel in India's capital on Tuesday, raising fresh questions about safety standards in poorly regulated budget hotels. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
February 26, 2019 was a horrible day for the city of Maple Ridge in British Columbia. At the corner of 222nd and Lougheed Highway near the downtown core of Maple Ridge there has grown the Anita Place..
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An arsonist killed a fire safety officer when he set a hotel ablaze along a popular seafront resort. Damion Harris, 31, had been out drinking before he entered the Ty Belgrave House in the early hours..
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