2 hurt as fire hits vessel in Cebu

Two crew members were injured when fire hit a vessel in waters off Shell Island, Cebu City, early Monday. Members of the Coast Guard put out the fire and rescued the injured, who suffered first to second-degree burns, according to a report from the PCG. The fire hit the engine room of MTUG Super Shuttle […] The post 2 hurt as fire hits vessel in Cebu appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: sportsSource: abscbn abscbnOct 26th, 2020

Tugboat catches fire in Cebu City waters

CEBU CITY, Philippines (UPDATED)—A tugboat owned and operated by a roll-on, roll-off company caught fire while sailing along Cebu South Channel on Monday, October 26, 2020.  Reports from the Philippine Coast Guard in Cebu (PCG-Cebu) said the vessel owned by Super Shuttle, carrying five crew members, caught fire at 3:18 a.m. within the vicinity of […] The post Tugboat catches fire in Cebu City waters appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 26th, 2020

PCG: Fire hits cargo vessel off Batangas

THE Philippine Coast Guard reported on Monday that a fire hit a cargo vessel off Maricaban Island in Batangas. The incident happened at 4:53 a.m. The PCG said it received a distress call from BRP Tubbataha (MRRV 4001) that a fire incident was happening on M/V Moreta Venture. All officers and crew on board are […] The post PCG: Fire hits cargo vessel off Batangas appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJul 20th, 2020

Fire hits PH ship carrying medical supplies from India; 2 sailors hurt

  Two sailors sustained second degree burns after a fire broke out at BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PS16), a patrol ship, hours after it departed India to ferry donated medical supplies for the Philippines’ coronavirus disease (COVID-19) response, the Philippine Navy disclosed on Friday night. Lieutenant Commander Maria Christina Roxas, acting director of Naval Public Affairs […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsMay 9th, 2020

Fire Hits Basak San Nicolas

On the 5th day of the fire prevention month, another fire incident broke out in Sitio Ipil-ipil, Barangay Basak San Nicolas in Cebu City at dawn. Cebu City Fire Department received the alarm at 1:37 a.m. and was raised to 3rd alarm at 2:19 a.m. Authorities controlled the fire at 3:18 a.m. and finally declared […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsMar 6th, 2020

Fire hits fastfood outlet inside downtown mall

CEBU CITY — A fire broke out inside a fastfood chain outlet inside a mall in downtown Cebu City, Thursday afternoon, March 5. Firefighters from the Cebu City Fire Department received the fire alarm around 4:45 p.m. inside a mall along Sanciangko Street, Cebu City.  The fire incident was raised to second alarm around 5 […] The post Fire hits fastfood outlet inside downtown mall appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 5th, 2020

Fire hits houses, establishments in Taguig

A fire hit houses and commercial establishments in Barangay Fort Bonifacio in Taguig on Wednesday morning, although nobody is reported to have been hurt......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2020

Father, baby hurt after butane canister explodes in Canduman market

CEBU CITY, Philippines — A two-year-old baby and his father are treated by medical responders after they sustained burns when a butane canister in their stove exploded at past 4 p.m. today, January 6, 2020, in Barangay Canduman, Mandaue City. Senior Fire Officer 1 Wendell Villanueva of the Mandaue City Fire Department, told CDN Digital […] The post Father, baby hurt after butane canister explodes in Canduman market appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 6th, 2020

Christmas tree in mall catches fire; BFP reminds public avoid outdoor decorations

CEBU CITY, Philippines — A Christmas tree inside a mall in Barangay Apas, Cebu City caught fire  at past 5 p.m. of December 26, 2019, but it was immediately put out in 10 minutes by the emergency quick response team (QRT) of  the mall management. No one was hurt in the incident, but it was […] The post Christmas tree in mall catches fire; BFP reminds public avoid outdoor decorations appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 26th, 2019

Maguindanao town vice mayor ambushed, critically hurt

SHARIFF AGUAK, Maguindanao –– Unidentified gunmen riding on a motorbike ambushed Tuesday Vice Mayor Akmad M. Ampatuan of Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao, police said. Ampatuan, half brother of the late Maguindanao strongman Andal Ampatuan Sr., was heading home from the town hall on board a vehicle with plate number LFT-737 when the suspects opened fire at […] The post Maguindanao town vice mayor ambushed, critically hurt appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 24th, 2019

Fire hits Galas public market; 1 hurt

At least 150 stalls were destroyed when a fire razed the Galas public market in Barangay San Isidro, Quezon City yesterday morning......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 8th, 2019

Fire hits Alaska Mambaling a day before All Saints’ Day

CEBU CITY, Philippines — A dawn blaze awakened residents of Barangay Alaska Mambaling on Thursday, October 31, a day before the community commemorates All Saints’ Day. Authorities said the fire was reported around 1:45 a.m. and was raised to third alarm by 2:13 a.m. Fire Officer 1 Johnrey Cabije of Cebu City Fire Department said […] The post Fire hits Alaska Mambaling a day before All Saints’ Day appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 31st, 2019

Fire hits amusement park in Pasay City

Fire broke out from an amusement park in Pasay City past midnight on Wednesday. No one was reported hurt in the fire, which also damaged two radio stations of the…READ.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsOct 2nd, 2019

4 hurt as ship tilts on side in Cebu

CEBU CITY – Four passengers were injured when a roll-on, roll-off passenger vessel tilted on its side while unloading rolling cargoes at Consuelo Port in Camotes Island, Cebu last Saturday. Some crew members and passengers fell to the sea when MV Mika Mari 8 of Jomalia Shipping Corp. started listing. Lt. Junior Grade Michael John […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsSep 1st, 2019

10 persons hurt after 4 vehicle smashup involving a fire truck

CEBU CITY, Philippines — A firetruck went out of control in an intersection in uptown Cebu City, slammed into an SUV, causing it to crash into a motorcycle and another car at past 3 a.m. on July 20 at the corner of General Maxilom Avenue and Gorordo Avenue. Ten people were slightly injured in the […] The post 10 persons hurt after 4 vehicle smashup involving a fire truck appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 20th, 2019

Another dawn fire hits village in Quiot, Cebu City 

Cebu City, Philippines—Four houses were burned in another dawn fire at the Mountain View Village in Barangay Quiot here on Friday, July 5, 2019. Senior Fire Officer Lemuel Vincent Alcoseba, the investigator in charge, said the damage caused by the fire is estimated to be at P260,000. The fire is the fifth recorded in Cebu City […] The post Another dawn fire hits village in Quiot, Cebu City  appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 5th, 2019

Fire hits Colawin Elementary School in Argao

CEBU CITY, Philippines—Two classrooms of Colawin Elementary School in Barangay Colawin, Argao in southern Cebu were completely burned down by fire past 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 23. Police Staff Sergeant Howard Mynopas of Argao Police Station said firefighters are still in the area to put out the fire. Former Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr., […] The post Fire hits Colawin Elementary School in Argao appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 23rd, 2019

Warriors injuries create opening with Finals in balance

By Shaun Powell, OAKLAND, Calif. — From now until further notice, each game of the 2019 NBA Finals will be largely influenced not by a go-ahead basket or a big stop or a rally-induced comeback, but a hot-off-the-press medical update prior to tipoff. Is Klay Thompson's tweaky hamstring a go? Will this be the day Kevin Durant finally shakes that lingering calf strain and suits up? The hints and subtle signs seem to point toward the positive for Golden State. Thompson was a late scratch Wednesday night (Thursday, PHL time) because the Warriors -- with a mixture of confidence and arrogance and concern -- felt the guard missing Game 3 was perhaps best for his recovery without proving deadly in the long run. And as for Durant, he’s still “ramping up” his workouts, in the description of coach Steve Kerr, and so his status has been upgraded to "stay tuned." It has become must-watch after a 123-109 loss. Yet if the answer is negative to all of the above, the next entry on the medical report might be the grim health of the dynasty built by these two-time defending champions. Their still-under-construction monument now teeters, prone to a nudge from Toronto. The Warriors find themselves down 2-1 to the Raptors, lacking any guarantee they’ll see two of their three leading scorers back in the lineup Friday (Saturday, PHL time) for Game 4 ... or for however long this series lasts. Thompson joined Durant on the sideline, and the Raptors (as could be anticipated) pounced on the gift to seize control of the series. It was a game the Raptors had to win, and they did. The production came from multiple players, with Kyle Lowry finally making an imprint on this series and Danny Green rediscovering his long-lost three-point touch. Meanwhile, the Warriors consisted of Steph Curry and not much else. The two-time Kia MVP dazzled and fought through traps and triple-teams all night to drop a career-high 47 points, some of it on shot-making wizardry. But the short-handed Warriors were doomed when Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins in particular were underwhelming on a night they needed to be stellar for Golden State to have a chance. As a result, the atmosphere inside Oracle Arena was flatter than most of the shots taken by Curry's teammates, and this was partly due to the introduction of the starting lineups, when Thompson’s name wasn’t announced. The fans knew then, officially, that their eyes and the home team were in for a long night. While the Warriors fought, scrappy doesn’t win games at this point in the postseason, not when the other team is good and opportunistic. Playing in a hostile building for the first time in the Finals, the Raptors made a collective decision to greet fire with fire. Or, as they wrote on the blackboard inside the visitor’s locker room: Let It Rip. “I think we all kind of followed that advice,” said Danny Green. “We hadn’t really had a good team shooting night and I knew we were due.” For Toronto, it wasn’t just that they won, but that they did so with their most impressive outing in the series. And now, the question for the Raptors is this: Will their inconsistent players use this outing to turn the corner and push the Warriors, even if Thompson and/or Durant return? This is aimed, first and foremost, at Lowry. He took the “let it rip” plea personally. Entering this game, he had six baskets total in this series and at times suffered defensively. Challenged by a pregame talk from coach Nick Nurse, Lowry embraced his inner pit bull and was relentless all night. The All-Star point guard took 16 shots, making eight, for 23 points and nine assists while making his presence felt for the first time this Finals. “For me, it was just not being so passive and trying to get everyone else involved and get myself going and let everyone else feed off that,” Lowry said. He and Green re-introduced the three-pointer to the Raptors’ offense. The two shot 11-for-19 and repeatedly stole whatever momentum Golden State could generate by responding with long-distance daggers that forced fans to slump back into their seats. This from the same player who had five total three's in his previous five playoff games, ruining more than a handful of runs with momentum-deflating misses. There’s no other way to describe the last three weeks of Green’s postseason shooting but dreadful. He has only one job: Stand in the corner and shoot open 3s. He’s made a career of that. So what do the Raptors make of Green shooting 6-of-10 from deep Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time)? In the short term, it helped win Game 3. In the big picture, will this confidence carry over from one night to another, or does it depend on whether Green hits his first few? Nurse said: “Danny’s buckets boosted our whole team’s confidence because we were used to relying on those most of the year.” With better production from players who had been mostly missing, the Raptors had the balance needed to deliver their highest-scoring and most efficient (52 percent shooting) contest of the series. Green and Lowry joined Kawhi Leonard (30 points) and Pascal Siakam (18) and Marc Gasol (17) to take turns pummeling the Warriors from all different directions and manners. One reason for this was Thompson’s absence. Not only is he a proven outside shooter, but his defense is top-notch as well. You could even argue that Thompson’s missing defense was just as costly as his jumper. Yet the 109 points Golden State did manage were mainly because of Curry providing nearly half the offense. Given the circumstances of being without Thompson and Durant, and the constant pressing by Toronto whenever he had the ball, this was Curry’s finest post-season effort. His shooting was superb all across the floor, making three's (six) and free throws (13-14) and in general (14-31). “It’s the Finals,” Curry said. “You give everything you’ve got, sacrifice your body when you have the opportunity. Just competitiveness and trying to play until the buzzer.” “He does things that honestly I don’t think anyone has done before," Kerr added. "The way he plays the game, the way he shoots and the combination of his ball-handling, it’s incredible to watch.” If only he had someone riding shotgun. Cousins was sloppy on both ends, with three turnovers and one basket, and a step slow on defense against Gasol. This came one game after he seemingly regained his legs and confidence to gave Golden State a much-needed lift. Green’s continued recklessness was mystifying; he often made questionable decisions as a playmaker, suffered four turnovers and once again struggled to contain Siakam. The Warriors needed Green’s best, given their missing parts, and received something less. “We’ve got to be more solid with the ball and it starts with me,” he said. “I’ve had a bunch of turnovers in every game of this series. I think if I played better with the night (Curry) had, we would have won.” And so the Warriors, while talking bravely about their next-man-up mentality and embracing their “Strength in Numbers” slogan, must realize, deep down, that preventing the Raptors from winning two more games with a handicapped team might be difficult, if not impossible. Keep in mind that Golden State hasn’t sparkled for four quarters since the first game of the Western Conference finals. The last three games of that series, and the first three of the NBA Finals, the Warriors trailed by double digits. Thompson has an off day and Friday's (Saturday, PHL time) pregame period for therapy on his hamstring, although such strains are unpredictable and tricky. Will he be able to cut and fight through screens and be bouncy for 35-plus minutes through the intensity of an NBA Finals game, or will the injury restrict him and cause Kerr to seek a healthier, yet less productive replacement? “The whole point was to not risk a bigger injury that would keep him out the rest of the series,” said Kerr, explaining a decision made in consultation with the team doctors. “I feel very comfortable with it. I never would have forgiven myself if I played him and he had gotten hurt. So you live with the decision you made. The good thing is Klay has done well the last two days; hopefully he’ll be out there Friday.” Then there’s Durant, who last played May 8 (May 9, PHL time). After doing nothing but individual drills the last few days, he’ll go through a more normal practice session that will be simulated with the help of some assistant coaches and bench players. They'll see how Durant holds up. But that won’t match the stress level of a real game. And even if Durant gets clearance for Game 4, he hasn’t played in roughly a month. What about his timing? His wind? His touch? His ability to bring the same energy on defense? All legit questions and concerns for the Warriors -- until they’re not, whenever that is. “No one cares if guys are hurt,” Green said. “Everyone wants to see us lose anyway. So I’m sure people are happy they’re hurt.” Chances are that basketball fans, even if they’re against the Warriors, want to see stars on the floor this time of year. That’s what the NBA Finals is always about: Premium players doing premium things, or failing to do so, and letting the championship odds rise or fall on their performances. This year’s Finals have been denied one star for every game, and an additional star for one game. The battle with star attrition finally cost the Warriors a postseason loss, and at the worst possible time. The flow of the remainder of the NBA Finals, then, could rest with aching tendons and muscles and the recovery powers of those who own them. “We’re missing 50 points with KD and Klay, but we’ll adjust,” said a confident Curry. “It’s a long series, you know. It’s going to be fun for us.” The next Warriors medical update will arrive Thursday afternoon (Friday, PHL time). And another one Friday (Saturday, PHL time) just prior to tipoff. All along, the Warriors have led everyone to believe that it’s only a matter of time before they’re fully healthy. But will it be in time? And even then, will it be enough against a Toronto team suddenly thinking big? Shaun Powell has covered the NBA for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here, and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 6th, 2019

One hurt after gas leak starts laundry shop fire in Cebu City

CEBU CITY, Philippines — A laundry attendant suffered burns in her body after the laundry shop in Barangay Camputhaw, Cebu City, where she worked, caught fire at the morning of Saturday, May 18. Marisol Arnais, 34, suffered first degree burns in her right forearm, right hand and lower back, and second degree burns on her […] The post One hurt after gas leak starts laundry shop fire in Cebu City appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 18th, 2019

21 hurt as fire hits LPG refiling station in Pasig

wenty-one people were in........»»

Category: newsSource:  manila_shimbunRelated NewsJan 11th, 2017

Fire hits vessel

Fire hits vessel.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 21st, 2016