Hong Kong – No.3 alarm fire in Kwai Chung (4)

No.3 alarm fire in Kwai Chung (4)

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     A fire broke out at Container Terminal 1 in Kwai Chung at 1.31am today (September 8). The fire was upgraded to No. 3 alarm at 1.41am, surrounded at 4.05am and put under control at 4.30am. It was largely put out at 5.25am.



     Firemen used four jets and mobilised four breathing apparatus teams to fight the blaze.

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     Two persons were self-evacuated to places of safety. Among them, one person sustained minor arm injuries.

Hong Kong – No.3 alarm fire in Kwai Chung (3)

No.3 alarm fire in Kwai Chung (3)

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     A fire broke out at Container Terminal 1 in Kwai Chung at 1.31am today (September 8). The fire was upgraded to No. 3 alarm at 1.41am, surrounded at 4.05am and put under control at 4.30am.



     Firemen are now using four jets and mobilising four breathing apparatus teams to fight the blaze.

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     Two persons were self-evacuated to places of safety. Among them, one person sustained minor arm injuries.

Hong Kong – No.3 alarm fire in Kwai Chung (2)

No.3 alarm fire in Kwai Chung (2)

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     ​A fire broke out at Container Terminal 1 in Kwai Chung at 1.31am today (September 8). The fire was upgraded to No. 3 alarm at 1.41am and was surrounded at 4.05am.



     Firemen are now using four jets and mobilising four breathing apparatus teams to fight the blaze.



     Two persons were self-evacuated to places of safety. Among them, one person sustained minor arm injuries.

Hong Kong – Missing man in Kwai Chung located

Missing man in Kwai Chung located

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     A man who went missing in Kwai Chung has been located.



     Chan Sum-kai, aged 79, went missing after he left a caring centre on Wo Tong Tsui Street on January 26 afternoon. Staff of the caring centre made a report to Police on the same day.



     The man was located at Princess Margaret Hospital, Cheung Sha Wan today (January 28). No suspicious circumstances were detected.

Hong Kong – Tung Chung Swimming Pool temporarily closed

Tung Chung Swimming Pool temporarily closed

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Attention TV/radio announcers:



Please broadcast the following as soon as possible and repeat it at regular intervals:



     Here is an item of interest to swimmers.



     The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (December 9) that Tung Chung Swimming Pool in Islands District has been temporarily closed for cleaning and superchlorination following the discovery of a small amount of vomit in the pool.



     It will be reopened at 6.30am tomorrow.



     The department appeals to swimmers to be considerate and to keep the swimming pools clean. They are advised not to swim after a full meal and should use the toilet facilities if necessary before swimming.