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21/11/2009 - 20:21

UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 november 2009

Bridge Safety Fears In Flood-Hit Cumbria - Death bridge 'structurally sound' - £1 million pledged to flood victims.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 november 2009
Bridge Safety Fears In Flood-Hit Cumbria

Urgent investigations are under way into the safety of 1,800 bridges across flood-hit Cumbria after several collapsed under the pressure of swollen rivers.

Death bridge 'structurally sound'

A bridge which collapsed sending a policeman tumbling to his death in a swollen river was inspected last year and found to be "structurally sound", a council said.

£1 million pledged to flood victims

Gordon Brown has pledged an extra £1 million of Government money to help flood-hit communities in Cumbria after the heaviest rainfall since records began flooded houses, swept away bridges and claimed the life of a policeman.

£1 million pledged to flood victims

Gordon Brown has pledged an extra £1 million of Government money to help flood-hit communities in Cumbria after the heaviest rainfall since records began flooded houses, swept away bridges and claimed the life of a policeman.

Vaccine call over 'new' swine flu

People in Wales at risk of contracting swine flu have been urged to get vaccinated against the virus after it emerged five people have been diagnosed with a strain resistant to Tamiflu.

Anglican leader meets pope amid tensions

Pope Benedict XVI and his Anglican counterpart, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, met on Saturday amid tensions over the Roman Catholic Church's recent opening to disaffected Anglicans.

Atheist student groups flower on college campuses

The sign sits propped on a wooden chair, inviting all comers: "Ask an Atheist."

More Americans expected to travel for Thanksgiving

The number of Americans traveling away from home for Thanksgiving will be up only slightly this year from 2008, according to a report from the AAA auto club.

Mental health cases tax police, emergency workers

Police found him sitting on the floor of his old apartment near a bucket of urine, still dressed in his hospital gown.

NC man gets life in prison for woman's fatal scare

A man will spend the rest of his life in prison after he was found guilty in what prosecutors said was a case of scaring a 79-year-old North Carolina grandmother to death.

Report finds wide disparities in gifted education

When Liz Fitzgerald realized her son and daughter were forced to read books in math class while the other children caught up, she had them moved into gifted classes at their suburban Atlanta elementary school.

Hawaii anxiously watching year-end tuna supply

On New Year's Eve each year, thousands line up at fish counters across Hawaii to buy blocks of raw tuna, hoping that eating it will bring good luck and prosperity in the new year. This year, the long tradition may get a little more difficult to observe.

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