Crews from the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company have completed work in the Town of Kill Devil Hills, according to the town’s latest update.The town reported that at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 27, 2017 the Liberty Island dredge and Great Lakes Dredge and Dock pumped the last load of sand onto Kill Devil Hills’ beaches.The process of equipment demobilization is now underway in the S Street area and will continue until all equipment and piping is removed for transport to Kitty Hawk, the report said.Once pumping operations begin in Kitty Hawk they will be moving south for approximately 800 feet. The crews will then be moving under the Kitty Hawk pier and beginning to pump north into Southern Shores.In Buxton, crews with the Weeks Marine continued to work their way south towards the village of Buxton. Despite last week’s bad weather, the company decided to keep the dredge on site so that pumping can resume soon after sea conditions subside early this week.
InternationalLifestylePrintTravel Plane catches fire on runway at Fort Lauderdale airport by: Associated Free Press – October 29, 2015 Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Plane catches fire on tarmac (Photo: CNN)MIAMI, United States (AFP) — An airliner caught fire on a runway at Fort Lauderdale in Florida on Thursday and several people were injured, authorities said.“Airplane engine fire,” the Broward County Sheriff’s Office said on Twitter, adding: “several injuries.”Additional reports from CNN are that the Dynamic International Airways Flight 405 caught fire while taxiing for departure. The pilot of an aircraft travelling behind the plane reported that fuel was leaking from the aircraft before it caught fire, a Federal Aviation Administration official said. Passengers evacuated via slides onto the taxiway. Share 89 Views no discussions