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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that MTA bridges are open to emergency personnel only, effective immediately. That includes fire and police personnel, first responders, and medical personnel which include doctors, nurses, etc. Assessments are ongoing as to whether bridges are reopening to the public.
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Cauldron Missing from Olympic Park Landscape
(ATR) In a move to save millions from the budget of the London Olympics, a cauldron towering over the Olympic Stadium will be missing during the Games. Around the Rings is told by sources familiar with the situation that the decision not to construct a cauldron visible throughout the Olympic Park was influenced by plans to reconfigure the stadium after the Games to a smaller capacity, as well as budgetary.
Defense.gov News Article: N.C. Air Guard Identifies Airmen Killed in C-130 Crash
N.C. Air Guard Identifies Airmen Killed in C-130 Crash By Army Sgt. 1st Class Tyrone C. Marshall Jr.American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, July 3, 2012 - North Carolina Air National Guard officials today released the names of four crew members killed when their C-130 cargo plane equipped with the Modular Airborne Fire-Fighting System crashed July 1 as they fought South Dakota's White Draw Fire.
Air India pilots tried to cheat during Boeing 787 training: Report
While the debt ridden Air India is already struggling to stay afloat, its own employees seem to be dragging down the image of the beleaguered carrier further. The new problem for the airlines comes in the form of its senior-most pilots undergoing training to manoeuvre the Boeing 787 aircraft at Singapore last week.