bomb site


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an area in a town that has been devastated by bombs

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State television showed pictures of a huge crater at one of the bomb sites and pools of blood on surrounding pavements.
The paramedic who saved the life of the most seriously injured survivor of the 7/7 attacks says more ambulances should have been sent to the bomb sites.
There have been growing calls to expand the coverage area with Nagasaki, for example, demanding the area be expanded to 24 km east to west of the bomb site.
A-bomb survivors in Nagasaki Prefecture living outside the area designated as the official bomb site still show signs of mental and physical problems relating to the bombing, a health ministry research group reported Monday.
A COMPUTER boss paid soccer idol David Platt's building firm pounds 750,000 for a dream home - and got a bomb site.
The pile of floral tributes grew near Duke's Bar, just inside the police cordon and almost opposite the bomb site.
We realised we had been sitting on a potential bomb site and the police called in the bomb disposal experts.
We are by far the most open, inviting target for spies on the planet, and Moynihan provides a laundry list of what has been lost: the Norden bomb site, designs of the first nuclear weapons, the cracking of Soviet codes, and the lives of key U.
The streets surrounding the bomb site were strewn with glass and rubble and streaked with blood.
For example, at the Baltic Exchange bomb site, workers cleared 500 tons (1 million pounds) of glass shards and debris from the street.
Other filtering products involved in the effort to enable bomb site filtering are Microsystems' CyberPatrol(tm), Solid Oak Software's CyberSitter(tm) and InterGO Communications' InterGO(tm).
As predicted Birmingham will look like a bomb site when this is replicated.
VICTIMS Children at barrel bomb site as others flee jets
THIS incredible shot depicts the literal bomb site (one of many) that was created during the destruction and carnage of the Second World War.
She is 82 now and still bears a scar on her knee where she came off one of their bikes on the black cinder track that had been laid on a bomb site, alas eventually council-built maisonettes on it.