Rescue en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|rescue efforts||Esfuerzos de rescate|
|rescue mission||Misión de rescate|
|rescue operation||Operación de rescate|
|rescue operations||Operaciones de rescate|
|search and rescue||Búsqueda y rescate|
Modismos y frases →
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· US deficit soars to record amid pandemic relief payments →
WASHINGTON, July 14 — Massive government rescue payments to help businesses and households survive the economic hit from the coronavirus drove a record surge in the US deficit last month, the Treasury Department said yesterday.
· New Zealand opposition leader quits 2 months from election →
The information was provided by a former party president who received it confidentially in her capacity as acting chief executive of the Auckland rescue helicopter organization.
· Birmingham arts venues announce major job losses →
The venues have called for clarity on when they may be able to reopen and the government’s rescue package.
· 'Glee' star Naya Rivera confirmed dead →
Ventura County Sheriff's department later confirmed that Rivera was the missing person, after launching a search and rescue operation.
The New York Times
· Monthly U.S. Budget Deficit Soared to Record $864 Billion in June →
The swelling deficit, while expected on the heels of big spending packages, could further complicate talks for another rescue effort given Republicans’ recent concerns about the financial tab.
· Glee actor Naya Rivera found dead after drowning in California lake →
On Sunday, Rivera’s Glee co-star Heather Morris, who played the role of Brittany Pierce, appealed to the sheriff’s department to let citizens join the search and rescue operation.
· Naya Rivera's body has been found, police say. We should examine what her disappearance taught us →
We don’t want to have to rescue you.”
The China Post
· New Orleans fire chief: Bodies out from collapsed hotel soon →
Fire Superintendent Tim McConnell told reporters they have search and rescue dogs to assist in the effort as well as forensic anthropologists to ensure they collect all the remains.
· Behind America's tear gas business boom: Low-wage workers and angry neighbors →
Between January 2015 and June 10 of this year, medical personnel were called to Safariland 31 times for incidents ranging from fainting, lacerations, chemical exposures and illnesses, according to the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department.