Cuba gets help from Mexico, Venezuela to fight oil fire

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lightning strike on Friday ignited one of eight storage tanks at the Matazanas super tanker port 60 miles east of Havana. A second tank caught fire on Saturday, catching firefighters and others at the scene by surprise. Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel: "We are facing a fire of such magnitude that it is very difficult to control in Cuba"
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Cuba gets help from Mexico, Venezuela to fight oil fire

Cuba appeared to make progress on Sunday bringing under control a fire at its main oil storage facility that has killed one firefighter, drawing on help from Mexico and Venezuela to fight the raging flames.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Cuba gets help from Mexico, Venezuela to fight oil fire

HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba sought on Sunday to bring under control a fire at its main oil storage facility that has killed one firefighter, drawing on help from Mexico and Venezuela to fight the raging flames. Read full story

4 months ago·Malaysia
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Cuba gets help from Mexico, Venezuela to fight oil fire

Cuba has sought to bring under control a fire at its main oil storage facility that has killed one firefighter, drawing on help from Mexico and Venezuela to fight the raging flames.

4 months ago·Ireland
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Cuba Gets Help From Mexico, Venezuela to Fight Oil Fire

havana - Cuba appeared to make progress on Sunday bringing under control a fire at its main oil storage facility that has killed one firefighter, drawin

4 months ago·United States
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Help from Mexico, Venezuela arrives as Cuba battles deadly depot fire

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4 months ago·กทม, Thailand
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Cuba fire rages at fuel storage port; Mexico, Venezuela sending help

HAVANA (Reuters) -A massive oil-fed fire burned for a second day on Saturday near Cuba’s supertanker port in Matanzas, as Mexico and Venezuela sent teams to help fight the inferno and Cuba accepted a U.S. offer of unspecified “technical advice”.On Friday evening, lightning struck one of eight storage tanks at the facility 60 miles east of Havana. Heat from the blaze reached a second tank on Saturday and the wind blew flames dangerously close to …

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