Planning, training pay off in ER after Durham explosion

Planning, training pay off in ER after Durham explosion

Durham leaders are attributing quick action by the fire department – both before and after a gas explosion on North Duke Street Wednesday – for the fact that only one person died in the blast. Similarly, recent training paid off in the emergency room at Duke University Hospital.
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Tiny House hotel to open in June in Rocky Mount

The first and only tiny home hotel in eastern North Carolina will be built at Rocky Mount Mills.
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Driver sought after 2 men jump and run in Wake during traffic stop

Wake County sheriff’s deputies arrested one man and was looking for a second one after the two fled on foot during an attempted traffic stop Thursday afternoon, authorities said.
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DA: Man accused of 2015 Chapel Hill triple shooting will not face death penalty

The man accused of shooting and killing Deah Barakat, his wife, Yusor Abu-Salha, and her sister, Razan, in Chapel Hill in 2015, will not face the death penalty, according to the Durham district attorney.

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Durham city officials: Investigation into cause of gas leak continues; fiber company had valid permit to work in area

Firefighters had told occupants of a Durham coffee shop to evacuate Wednesday moments before the building exploded because of a gas leak, officials said Thursday. The owner, Kong Lee, was still in the building when it exploded.
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Pricey Porsche collection damaged in downtown Durham explosion, fire

The Ingram Collection was considered one of the most refined collections of Porsches in the world. Many of the vehicles were damaged in the explosion that rocked Durham’s North Duke Street.
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