House Explosion In County Durham Kills Man

A 52-year-old man has died following an explosion at a house in County Durham.

The man’s body was found by firefighters who went into the burning property in Brandon on Sunday evening.

A second man managed to escape from the house.

Crews were responding to multiple calls from the public about an explosion in Moor Edge in the village, with smoke and flames seen coming from the roof, County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service said.

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1 dead, 24 hurt in Surat mall pathway collapse – The Times of India

SURAT: An employee of a pizza died and at least 24 others were injured when a major portion of an illegally constructed steel pathway in a mall on GhodDod Road collapsed on Sunday evening.

RajanGavit died at a private hospital where he was shifted from New Civil Hospital. Two others, SwarupBanerjee and ShashankMishra, also suffered serious injuries.

Two seriously injured were Swarup Banerjee, Shashank Mishra and Rajan Gavit. Manish Doctor, town development officer, said, “We have asked police to register a complaint against mall developer and the outlet promoter for the accident.”

via 1 dead, 24 hurt in Surat mall pathway collapse – The Times of India.

Waiter dies in bizarre restaurant mishap – The Standard Hong Kong

Waiter dies in bizarre restaurant mishap – The Standard: A Japanese restaurant worker died early Monday in an accident involving a waiter’s lift, police said, a month after a hotel cleaner in Tokyo was crushed to death when she stepped into a moving lift.
The circumstances of the 28-year-old woman’s death were unclear but she had been placing dishes in the small lift on Sunday evening at a restaurant in the central Japanese city of Nagoya, police said.
“An assistant manager found her stuck in the door after she didn’t reply to his call,” said a police spokesman in Aichi prefecture.
The injured woman was rushed to hospital but died early Monday morning, according to authorities, AFP reports.
The lift, reportedly just 70 centimetres high by 60 centimetres wide, was designed to carry dishes between floors of the restaurant.
The fatal accident came about a month after a hotel cleaner in Kanazawa was crushed to death in front of her colleague when she stepped into a moving elevator, made by Switzerland-based Schindler.

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