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Ethanol Tanker Truck Overturns, Catches Fire on Busy Ohio Highway
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A tanker truck carrying ethanol overturned in Columbus, Ohio, on July 1, catching fire and burning an overpass at the I-70 and I-270 interchange on the west side of the city. <a href="http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/07/01/fiery-crash-closes-i270-i70-on-west-side.html" target="_blank">I-70 remained closed</a> as the afternoon commute started in Columbus, and officials were working to re-open some of the ramps and roads in the area. The overpass was to be inspected to determine if it needed to be repaired or replaced after the wreck.The driver also was charged with failure to control and transporting a hazardous load within city limits. The driver was treated at the hospital, and state officials said there were no serious injuries reported. This video from a traffic camera shows the fire that started after the truck overturned. Credit: Facebook/Ohio Department of Transportation
The outlook for the Great Barrier Reef is poor due to pollution and climate change, a United Nations committee said on Wednesday, but UNESCO’s World Heritage Committeee held back from listing the massive ecosystem as being in danger. The Australian government agreed in May to create a spending plan for conservation.This video posted by UNESCO on Wednesday contains the international discussion in Bonn, Germany, on the Great Barrier Reef beginning at 1:45:38. “Climate change, poor water quality and impacts from coastal development are major threats to the property’s health,” UNESCO said in its decision at the meeting, during which the Australian government said it would ante up another $8 million Australian for environmental monitoring. The UN committee’s list names 45 sites worldwide in danger. Landing on the list is an embarrassment for a government, and requires creating a list of measures needed to address problems and damage, the Associated Press reported. The reef stretches <a href="http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/07/01/20/22/reef-likely-to-remain-off-in-danger-list" target="_blank">1,200 miles along the eastern Australian coast,</a> and brings in billions of dollars a year in tourism revenues. UNESCO’s decision followed intense lobbying by the Abbott government, the <a href="http://www.smh.com.au/environment/great-barrier-reef-unesco-verdict-confirmed-but-future-status-remain-murky-20150701-gi2wjc.html" target="_blank">Sydney Morning Herald reported,</a> but, in addition, federal and state authorities taking action to help preserve the reef, which has lost about 50 per cent of its coral coverage in the past three decades. See a turtle equipped with a GoPro take a swim through the reef <a href="https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/103158?referred_from=Weather">here</a>. Credit: YouTube/UNESCO
Canberra’s government on Tuesday made public a list of 1,022 homes and buildings eligible to be bought from their owners and potentially demolished due to their construction with “fresh asbestos” by two companies collectively known as “Mr Fluffy.” The companies blew free-floating asbestos directly into houses for insulation. These Canberra government videos posted Wednesday describe the process of buying back homes and informing neighbors.Canberra has been dealing with the issue for almost 50 years, with contaminated houses being found over time, and changing standards over time about how much leftover asbestos might be safe. Complicating the issue is that Mr Fluffy sold sacks of loose asbestos direct to consumers for years for their own do-it-yourself insulation projects. The silicate fiber was also mixed into concrete and sheet rock. At the time the houses were insulated, asbestos was seen as an excellent building material, due to its flexibility and fire resistance. However, asbestos fibers, when inhaled, have been discovered to cause mesothelioma, a rare cancer that often fatally damages the lungs and other organs. Inhaled asbestos fibers can also cause malignant lung cancer and a severe form of pneumonia; the US Environmental Protection Agency, for example, has prohibited any use of the material, labeling it a carcinogen. The Australian federal government granted the Canberra government a $1 billion loan to deal with remediation. A removal program in the 1980s failed because it left some asbestos behind. The full list of homes <a href="http://www.asbestostaskforce.act.gov.au/the-list" target="_blank">can be seen here.</a> The <a href="http://www.fluffyaction.com/" target="_blank">Fluffy Owners and Residents Action Group,</a> which claims 590 families in its membership, was formed in 2014. Credit: YouTube/ACT Canberra
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Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Wednesday the 19 countries using the euro currency have broken off financial bailout talks with Greece until a Sunday referendum. “… Given the political situation, the rejection of the previous proposals, the referendum which will take place on Sunday, and the recommendation by the Greek government to vote ‘No,’ we see no grounds for further talks at this point,” he says in this video.Greece’s prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, continued on Wednesday to push for a “no” vote in the Sunday referendum, which would reject creditors’ proposals to settle loans. Tsipras said a “no” vote would not mean Greece would lose its place in the European Union. Yanis Varoufakis, Greece’s finance minister, said a deal with lenders could be reached after the referendum. Reports have also surfaced, however, saying some officials are questioning whether the referendum will have any validity, since little time for discussion remains. Varoufakis said the two sides remain “very close” on austerity measures but need more negotiation. Credit: Facebook/Council of the European Union
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