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    靈堂道歉癌末弟弟拜登手搖飲料報案台灣計程車胃出血貨車飛蟲
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    carbon monoxide poisoning 結果共3筆

  • Hou Yu-ih aids homeless in cold snap initiative

    New Taipei City Mayor Hou Yu-ih personally visits homeless individuals, distributing cold-weather supplies to aid the less fortunate during the winter chill. The city government has initiated cold-weather care protocols, providing temporary housing and resources for the homeless. District offices, volunteer groups, and community chiefs proactively comfort solitary seniors by phone, providing cold-weather health information and checking on their well-being. The government also reminds residents to prioritize line safety and ventilation when using heating equipment or water heaters to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. These measures aim to ensure a safe and comfortable winter season for all in New Taipei City.
    2024/01/22 17:57
  • Cold surge allegedly caused 18 deaths in northern Taiwan

    Over the weekend, fire departments in Taipei and New Taipei City received reports of 26 cases allegedly related to the recent cold surge, resulting in 18 deaths. While not all fatalities may be directly linked to the low temperatures, authorities are urging people to keep warm. The Central Weather Administration issued a Cold Surge Advisory on Monday, with temperatures dropping to 10 degrees Celsius in northern Taiwan and 7.5 degrees Celsius in Yunlin. The New Taipei City Fire Department received four reports of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest on Christmas Day, with only one successful resuscitation. The Taipei City Fire Department had received 18 similar reports the previous day, with 13 families choosing not to resuscitate their loved ones. Officials are warning residents about the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from indoor heaters, water heaters, and other electric appliances during cold weather. They advise maintaining ventilation and using such devices cautiously to prevent fire hazards.
    2023/12/25 16:44
  • Two sergeants found dead in Army’s 10th Corps Command

    Two sergeants at the Army’s 10th Corps Command in Taiwan were found unconscious in their bedroom and later pronounced dead. The cause of their death is still under investigation, and a special task force has been established to cooperate with the police and prosecutor’s office. The Army’s 10th Corps Command expresses deep regret and condolences to the families of the deceased.
    2023/06/26 19:25
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