Was the PV 4 year old critical after being left alone according to Phoenix fire Dept?”

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Was the PV 4 year old critical after being left alone according to Phoenix fire Dept?”

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07:02 AM Mountain Standard Time on Monday, August 24, 2009 Catherine Holland / azfamily.com PARADISE VALLEY — A Paradise Valley child nearly drowned after being left poolside by his mother. Mom turned her back August 24th, 2009 P.V. child critical after near drowning – A Paradise Valley 4-year-old is in critical condition after nearly drowning in a backyard swimming pool. It happened Sunday evening at a home near Scottsdale Road and Cheney Drive. The 4-year-old was sitting by the pool’s edge when his mother left him for a few moments. While she was gone, he somehow slipped into the water. His mother found him, pulled him out and started CPR. According to the Phoenix Fire Department, he was not breathing and had no pulse. “This is tragically a case of a parent looking away for just those few seconds that allows a child to slip under water and go unnoticed and drown,” said Capt. High Chase of the Phoenix Fire Department. The water reporte

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Solar power plants on building roofs are not only a source of energy and income for the operators. They also can catch fire. In the case of a photovoltaics installation in B¼rrstadt (Germany), the operator made this experience. Now he battles for the reason of the fire with solar cell manufacturer BP Solar. The fire took place already on June 21, and small subsequent fires broke out on June 30 on what operator Tauber-Solar group claims to be the world’s largest rooftop photovoltaics installation. An area of about 80 square meters of the 5 MWp installation was damaged by the fire. Module vendor BP Solar Deutschland GmbH, a subsidiary of petroleum company BP, on July 1 published a prophylactical press release pointing out that the 30.000 ‘Saturn 7’ modules the company had supplied for the installation were manufactured and tested using ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards and free of any faults. Now the operator published the results of investigations by three experts conducted independently

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According to the Phoenix Fire Department, he was not breathing and had no pulse. “This is tragically a case of a parent looking away for just those few …

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