fire trap

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fire trap

n it's a fire trapin caso di incendio si trasformerà in una trappola
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All over the city there are fire traps that need to be removed ASAP before we loose a firefighter or a child!
MANILA -- Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte on Saturday asked the National Housing Authority (NHA) to include congested communities that are considered fire traps on its list of "danger zones."
getting the care they need, of public buildings and council homes that don't become fire traps.
Bob sang about a Rat Trap but many families are forced to live in fire traps.
Death rates were high because medical care was poor; disease was unchecked; and buildings were fire traps. Students, neglected and suffering from physical, emotional or sexual abuse, took their own lives.
They knew these aircraft were fire traps but they still risked sacrificing young men in them.
"We believe in the importance of sustainability, hence we are increasing our range of products for 'green buldings', cladding systems for natural stone and aluminium cladding, and eco-friendly products for the enclosure of fire traps," he added.
The GDN previously reported that loan sharks were preying on vulnerable expats, who travel to Bahrain for a better life but can end up surviving on as little as BD2 a day - often living in dangerous buildings that are fire traps.
Apart from hospitals, most other buildings are fire traps too.
Family tells of fear as fire traps them and neighbours on second floor before rescuers come to aid TRAPPED families told yesterday how they feared for their lives after a terrifying blaze at their flats.
Kuala Lumpur, Dec 16 (ANI): The Alor Star City Council has found that 90 per cent of the city's budget lodgings are fire traps.
The whole area should be redeveloped to a much greater density with modern, affordable, decent houses instead of the present decaying plastic covered, ill-insulated fire traps - relics of cheap system-built housing of a temporary nature constructed at the end of the last world war.