NEWS ARCHIVE 2010Flash fire ignites hazmat response at Stanford [CCFS Reporter] [February 26, 2010 6:18 am ] Full article
An over-enthusiastic scrubdown of a large metal container where a chemical experiment had been conducted triggered a flash fire and full hazardous-materials response from the Palo Alto Fire Department shortly after 1 p.m. No one was injured. by PaloAltoOnline.com
False alarms compromise coverage [CCFS Reporter] [February 26, 2010 6:18 am ] Full article
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Scheduled spring break fire safety check in dorms - Eagle News [CCFS Reporter] [February 25, 2010 6:11 am ] Full article
Scheduled spring break fire safety check in dormsEagle NewsThe fire marshall may not be present for all of the individual inspections, but every unit will be inspected by university staff. The fire marshall and ...
Little fire damage in college alarm [CCFS Reporter] [February 24, 2010 6:11 am ] Full article
The North Platte Fire Department responded to an alarm at the North Platte Community College South Campus Tuesday afternoon, to what appeared to be a fire caused by a self-cleaning oven in a residence hall apartment.
Arson Officially Determined Cause of Fire in First-Year Dorm - Trinity Tripod (subscription) [CCFS Reporter] [February 24, 2010 6:11 am ] Full article
Arson Officially Determined Cause of Fire in First-Year DormTrinity Tripod (subscription)Campus Safety notified the campus that the fire had been extinguished via a campus-wide e-mail. In a second campus-wide e-mail, issued two hours later, ...
Cops and Courts: Feb. 22, 2010: Fire set inside UCSC security kiosk [CCFS Reporter] [February 23, 2010 7:07 am ] Full article
SANTA CRUZ Fire set inside UCSC security kiosk An early morning fire Sunday that damaged the security kiosk at UC Santa Cruz's west entrance was intentionally set, campus spokesman Jim Burns said.