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Around 11 AM, a serious traffic accident occurred in Pommerloch between a bus and a truck. Due to the high number of injured people reported to the emergency call center (CSU112), the operations management center (CGO) was activated to better manage the intervention, coordinate the transportation of patients to various hospitals, and ensure operational coverage in the rest of the area. In total, firefighters from 4 different fire and rescue centers (CIS), 10 ambulances from the CGDIS, 3 airlifted emergency doctors (SAMU), as well as the psychological support group (GSP), were on scene. 14 people were injured, 2 of them more seriously. You can find the full statement under www.112.lu

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[48 years since the accident in a plant near Seveso] On July 10, 1976, a severe accident occurred at a chemical plant near the Italian town of Seveso, where large quantities of a highly toxic substance were released. To prevent such accidents in the future, the European Union, together with its member states, established the Seveso directive. 15 companies in Luxembourg are classified as Seveso. What exactly should be done in case of an accident at a Seveso facility? For more information, you can visit www.seveso.lu.

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[Deployment of 3 members of the HIT to the Caribbean islands] Following the damage caused by Hurricane Beryl, which struck multiple Caribbean islands, three members of the Luxembourg Fire and Rescue Corps, in their capacity as representatives of the specialized intervention group "Humanitarian Intervention Team" (HIT), were deployed. One member traveled to the Caribbean in a first phase to assess the needs for international aid and to coordinate support efforts on-site. In the same context, two additional members were mobilized as part of the partnership with the International Humanitarian Partnership (IHP) network to support teams on-site with logistical and technical means, including the emergency.lu satellite communication platform. You can find more information on www.112.lu

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Yesterday, our teams were called shortly before 1 PM to a hiking trail in Hoscheid because a hiker had injured his leg during a walk. As the person was extremely difficult to reach by land, the helicopter of the lux_airrescue, along with a helicopter winching team from our special unit, special rope rescue unit (GRIMP) was also mobilized. Under the coordination of our emergency call center, the central des secours d’urgence (CSU112), the patient was evacuated by air using a lifting device, then transported to the hospital. In addition to the helicopter of the LAR, the local firefighters from Hosingen, an ambulance from Clervaux, and a platoon leader were also on site.

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