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Acts intended to maim charge, Mount Isa

QPS News 16 March 2015

Police have charged a 44-year-old man with acts intended to maim or disfigure following an incident on Friday night.  It will be alleged by police that they were called to the Mount Isa Hospital in relation to a 31-year-old woman who had attended with serious burns. 80 more words

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Six-year-old Kansas girl's hair set on fire while playing in the backyard

TOPEKA, Kan. — A young girl is in the hospital after somebody allegedly set her hair on fire while she and her brother were playing in the backyard  185 more words

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Man sustains facial burns from explosive Pepsi can

Townsville Bulletin Victoria Nugent 10 October 2014

A MAN is being treated in Brisbane with severe burns after a Pepsi can exploded while he was burning rubbish north of Ingham. 37 more words

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Explosion Rocks Largest BP Plant Refinery

“An explosion shook British Petroleum’s Whiting, Indiana refinery, its largest in the United States, on Wednesday night but a resulting fire had been contained as of 9:30 pm local time (0230 GMT Thursday), according to a report by WFLD-TV. 310 more words

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Survivor Spotlight: Luis Nevarez

Our recent Burn Support Magazine features a survivor profile of Luis Nevarez, firefighter and burn survivor, who suffered an electrical burn injury.  Luis shares his story of recovery, support, and his enthusiasm for ‘getting back to living’ – back to full duty as a firefighter, and promoting through the ranks to his current role as Division Chief.  2,899 more words

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Chelsea Crawford, PEG Scholarship Recipient, Pursues Lifelong Dream of Being a Neonatal Nurse

Focus: Nursing


Becoming a neonatal nurse has been a lifelong dream for Chelsea. She has always felt she was meant to work with children. An educational grant from the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, provided by a donation from AlloSource, will help her work towards her career goal. 435 more words

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Pulsed Electric Fields to Speed Up Burn Injuries Healing Process

Electricity and burn injuries are somewhat synonymous. So a new technology that uses pulsed electric fields to speed up burn injuries healing process is going to garner a lot of attention. 361 more words

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