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Tue 22 Apr 2014
Location:
District 8
Categories:
Incidents - Vehicle / Rescue / Hazmat, Incidents - Other
A 38-feet motor-yacht sank off Phillip Island last night.
Tue 22 Apr 2014
Location:
District 8
Categories:
Incidents - Vehicle / Rescue / Hazmat, Incidents - Other
Fire has destroyed a pleasure cruiser at Patterson Lakes Marina this morning.
Mon 21 Apr 2014
Location:
District 4
Categories:
Incidents - Other, Partnerships
A 5.8-metre recreational fishing vessel placed a mayday call via VHF Radio to Portland Coast Guard at 1450hrs Monday afternoon to say their vessel was sinking.
Fri 14 Mar 2014
Location:
General
Categories:
Community Safety, Incidents - Other
Fire fight: Long arm excavators are being used to dig up and pull apart hot coal so it can be doused and cooled by fire trucks as the Hazelwood incident enters its final stages.
Sun 16 Feb 2014
Location:
District 10
Categories:
Community Safety, Incidents - Other
Fire agencies and mine personnel are working around the clock on fire suppression activities at both Hazelwood and Yallourn mines in the Latrobe Valley. This Information newsletter is for the 16th of February, 2014.
Thu 6 Feb 2014
Location:
District 8, District 13
Categories:
Incidents - Other
Just after 4:20pm on Tuesday 4 February a fire began in the Knox Transfer Station in George St Wantirna South.
Fri 10 Jan 2014
Location:
General
Categories:
Incidents - Other
Early this afternoon while responding to a house fire in Wodonga, a CFA tanker was involved in an incident on Anzac Avenue Wodonga.
Thu 26 Dec 2013
Location:
District 2, District 20
Categories:
Incidents - Bushfire, Incidents - Other
A grassfire which burnt an estimated 1130 hectares at Toolleen, east of Bendigo, today (26/12) is under control.
Sun 15 Dec 2013
Location:
District 14, General
Categories:
Community Safety, Incidents - Other
Energy Safe Victoria has produced a light-hearted video about a very serious safety issue this summer - barbecue safety.
Sat 14 Dec 2013
Location:
District 14
Categories:
Community Safety, Incidents - Other
A Saturday afternoon barbecue today became a much more dangerous activity than expected for three men in Point Cook (25 mins west of Melbourne) as a gas leak caused a barbecue fire.
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