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  • Hualien County hardest hit by Taiwan’s significant quake

    A devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Taiwan early Wednesday, leaving nine dead and causing extensive infrastructure damage, particularly in Hualien County. Officials urge caution amidst ongoing rescue efforts and potential aftershocks.
    2024/04/03 19:13
  • Emergency teams rescue trapped worker after Taiwan quake

    Following a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan, a warehouse in New Taipei City’s Zhonghe District collapsed, leading to an urgent rescue operation. Employees share harrowing accounts of the moment disaster struck.
    2024/04/03 16:53
  • Tsai Ing-wen heads to Hualien after 7.2 magnitude earthquake

    In response to a 7.2 magnitude earthquake, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and officials convened an emergency briefing, stressing the need for vigilance and accurate information. Rescue operations and MRT disruptions follow in the quake’s wake.
    2024/04/03 16:28
  • Taiwan sees rise in self-rescue course attendance

    As tensions in the Taiwan Strait escalate, Taiwanese citizens and the government are focusing on disaster preparedness, including self-rescue courses and the establishment of community emergency response teams, to build a resilient society ready to face any challenge.
    2024/03/15 18:09
  • Search continues for missing 2 Chinese fishermen

    Taipei: Mainland China fishing boat capsizes off Dongding Island, leaving 2 dead and 2 missing. Coast guard in frantic search as hope hangs on the critical 72-hour window.
    2024/03/15 12:10
  • Hikers rescued by helicopter from Taichung mountains

    Hikers in Taichung’s Wuling Quadruple Mountains rescued by helicopter as one battles hypothermia. Details on the dramatic emergency operation.
    2024/01/24 17:25
  • Cold front in Taiwan linked to fatal cardiac arrests

    A cold front in Taiwan has been linked to five fatal cases of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in the Keelung region. Victims’ ages ranged from 52 to 97. The Keelung City Fire Department reported a total of five emergency rescue cases of OHCA, with two males and three females affected. It is unclear whether the cold weather was the cause of these emergencies. Temperatures dropped to 6-8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning, prompting the fire department to urge the public to prioritize warmth and guard against the risks posed by the low temperatures. The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported temperatures of 6-8 degrees in areas north of central Taiwan and Yilan, and 9-12 degrees in southern Taiwan and Hualien-Taitung regions. The whole island may experience regional short-term rain due to moisture from southern China, with heavier rainfall expected in Keelung, the northern coast, and the mountainous area of Taipei city. New Taipei, Taipei, and Yi-lan may also be affected by heavy rains.
    2024/01/23 13:16
  • Over 500 Taiwanese stranded in Japan after earthquake: MOFA

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has reported that 547 Taiwanese people are currently stranded in Japan following a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Ishikawa Prefecture. All Taiwanese tour group members have been confirmed safe. Tourists from four travel agencies, including Colatour, Lion Travel, Richmond Tours, and Star Travel, were affected by the disaster. Additionally, 20 individual travelers are stuck at Niigata Airport due to its closure. The earthquake has resulted in at least six fatalities, dozens of injuries, and severe damage, including house fires, collapses, road fractures, and airport closures. More than 30,000 homes in Ishikawa and 1,100 homes in Niigata are without power, with disruption to water supplies. Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior is preparing an international rescue team to dispatch to Japan, and the Japanese government has been informed of Taiwan’s readiness to help. MOFA advises Taiwanese citizens to contact the consulate in Osaka for assistance.
    2024/01/02 10:40
  • Taiwan readies aid after Gansu Quake

    Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen and Premier Chen Chien-jen have been alerted and instructed to prepare for emergency relief efforts following a magnitude 5.9 earthquake in Gansu Province, mainland China. The earthquake resulted in the deaths of 105 people and damage to 4,782 homes. Taiwan’s Minister of Interior, Lin Yu-chang, announced that a 160-member search and rescue team, including a structural engineer, doctors, nurses, and search dogs certified in International Search and Rescue Dog Organisation (IRO) rubble search, is ready to provide assistance. Communication has been established with mainland China through the Mainland Affairs Council to coordinate rescue needs. If requested, Taiwan’s National Fire Agency will collaborate with the Disaster Relief Foundation to activate a special charter flight mechanism for humanitarian rescue missions. Additionally, an earthquake in Qinghai Province resulted in the deaths of 13 individuals, bringing the total earthquake death toll in mainland China to 118. Taiwan’s quick mobilization demonstrates its readiness to provide humanitarian assistance despite the complex political relationship with Beijing.
    2023/12/19 16:52
  • Taipei Fire Department, hospital sign MOU for rescue ops

    The Taipei City Fire Department and Taipei City Hospital have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to strengthen collaboration between firefighters and medical personnel. The MOU includes joint training exercises, combined rescue efforts during major disasters, emergency medical response for mass casualty events, and the development of shared educational programs. Taipei City Hospital sees this partnership as an opportunity to improve rescue success rates and ensure the safety of search-and-rescue teams, as well as enhance overall operational effectiveness. The integration of real-world disaster response with training aims to enhance team coordination and achieve mutual benefits.
    2023/12/07 20:02
  • Helicopter cleans Taipower tower; false alarm reported

    A civilian helicopter employed by Taipower was involved in routine maintenance work cleaning insulators on a power tower in the Wugu District of New Taipei City. The helicopter was fully operational during the procedure. The New Taipei City Fire Department responded to a report of a helicopter collision with an electrical tower near the Guanyin Mountain Tunnel, but upon arrival, they found no smoke or debris. It was determined that the reported incident was a false alarm and the public was urged to avoid spreading rumors or misinformation. The fire department advised the public to provide detailed information, such as kilometer marks and directions on highways, to help first responders quickly locate potential emergency sites and prevent delays in rescue operations.
    2023/12/07 18:10
  • Austrian woman rescued from Taiwan mountains

    The New Taipei City Fire Department successfully rescued a young Australian woman who was lost in the mountains of Wulai District. The woman, identified as Marion, was studying in South Korea and visiting Taiwan. She had ventured alone to climb Badaoer Mountain but became disoriented during her descent. With her cellphone battery at 5% and unsure of how to report an emergency in Taiwan, she reached out to a friend in Germany who informed the hotel staff in Wulai to report her missing. A 25-person rescue team commenced the search and rescue mission, working through the night until they found Marion in the early hours of Monday. She was unharmed and escorted back to her hotel. The captain of the 4th Emergency and Rescue Corps emphasized the importance of traveling in groups and being prepared with food, cold weather gear, and lighting equipment.
    2023/12/05 19:26
  • Children critical after school bus crash in Changhua County

    A tragic school bus collision in Changhua County leaves two children in intensive care and sparks a debate on seatbelt regulations for school buses. The accident, which occurred at a problematic intersection, highlights ongoing concerns about road safety and emergency response in Taiwan.
    2023/11/22 16:58
  • Taiwan sends 3rd emergency team to Turkey with new equipment

    Four days after the devastating earthquake in Turkey, Taiwan sent its 3rd search and rescue team to help with disaster relief in the area on Thursday (Feb. 9).
    2023/02/12 11:10
  • Taiwan’s emergency team rescues woman from rubble in Turkey

    Taiwan’s search and rescue team successfully rescued a woman stuck beneath the rubbles of a building in Turkey on Wednesday, after digging for 5 hours.
    2023/02/12 10:26
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