In 2015, Arson Awareness Week will focus on Accelerant
Detection Canines: Sniffing Out Arson and the many contributions that these remarkable teams make to fire departments, law enforcement agencies and their communities.
In the Kylemore Park area of the town, another car had accelerant
splashed on it.
He can detect as little as two microliters of accelerant
-- that is, two one-millionths of a liter -- and he can do it in smoky darkness, while the embers of a fire still burn around him and smoke detectors and sirens wail.
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Dave Roberts of North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said: "Using an accelerant
to initiate or promote a fire can present a high risk.
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Somebody had gone into the car park behind and lit some newspaper with the use of some accelerant
, possibly petrol, and stuck it in the flue pipe causing about pounds 1,000 worth of damage, but it was not too serious.
Scenario 2 - Train at station, 1 liter gasoline accelerant
by car center, windows open, platform side doors open.
When a dog sits and indicates an accelerant
has been detected, the dog is fed by hand as a reward.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: "It is believed the boy was preparing a bonfire and some form of accelerant
A group of teenagers poured accelerant
on the front door of the house and tried to light it.
The fire service believes an accelerant
was poured into the vehicle before it was set alight.
They are specially trained to detect molecules used in accelerant
The two were arrested in May, after a lengthy investigation by the Burbank Fire Department, which determined that a liquid accelerant
was used to spread flames throughout the building.
Traces of accelerant
were found outside the home, where the pair had lived for just six weeks.