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Mar 20, 2007
MARCH 20, 2007 - Authorities have found the 12-year-old Boy Scout who wandered off in the dangerous and rugged terrain of the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina. A fire official involved in the rescue operation told Cyalume Technologies that crews used lightsticks in their night-time search for the missing scout. Cyalume ship...
Mar 21, 2007
MARCH 21, 2007 - Power outages are leading college and university students to make fatal choices as they struggle for light during a blackout. In February, two Boston University students died when a candle fire ripped through their off-campus apartment. The students were using the candle for light during a power outage. Now, BU officials are mee...
Mar 23, 2007
MARCH 23, 2007 - If you Google “CANDLE” and “CAUSE” and “FIRE” and you get nearly 2 million hits; Google “KEROSENE” and “CAUSE” and “FIRE” and you get nearly 1 million hits. Safe, reliable light is critical in a power outage; it puts people at ease, has a calming eff...
Apr 3, 2007
APRIL 3, 2007 - The nation’s top storm watchers are saying the 2007 Atlantic hurricane season should be “very active”. Authorities are predicting 17 named storms – including five intense or major hurricanes, according to forecasters at Colorado State University. Officials say there is a 74 percent chance of a major hurric...
May 7, 2007
May 7, 2007 - Rescue crews snatched a hiker from the grips of a severe spring storm Monday morning on Pikes Peak in Colorado. The hiker – a man in his 40’s – got lost in the storm and used his cell phone to call rescuers around midnight on Monday. They found him around ten Monday morning. Pushing their way through deep ...
May 7, 2007
A deadly twister blew through Greensburg, Kansas over the weekend – killing nine people, leveling the town and plunging the people who live there into total darkness. Tornado experts rated the mile-wide tornado as an EF-5, the strongest and most deadly type of tornado. The twister hit the town with 205 mile per hour winds that flat...
May 10, 2007
May 10, 2007 – Fire, sparked by a candle, roared through a duplex in Oakland, CA - leaving a path of destruction and $60,000 worth of damage in its wake. Residents of the home lit the candles for light when they lost power to the building. No on was injured. Nationally, during 2004, candles caused an estimated 17,200 reported struc...
Jun 4, 2007
JUNE 4, 2007 — A Rochester, New York man was injured in a candle fire at his home over the weekend when he used a candle for light during a power outage, according to Rochester firefighters. The candle fire broke out around 11PM. Authorities say the man was burning the candle for light in a second-floor hallway during a power outag...
Sep 3, 2008
West Springfield, MA, September 3 – Cyalume Technologies, SA of Aix-en-Provence, France, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cyalume Technologies, Inc. was awarded two contracts to supply chemiluminescent products to NAMSA, the NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency. Both contracts are 3-year with 2 optional years of 1 year. One contract is for stand...
Sep 22, 2008
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA - September 22, 2008 -- While exhibiting at the National Safety Council Expo in Anaheim, CA , Cyalume Light Technologies Inc. ("Cyalume"), a private company that is a leading provider of safety, security and training products for the US military and other militaries announced, that its SnapLight® product line will...
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