Crews Extinguish Shed Fire In Albuquerque | New Mexico News – Koat Home

IT HAPPENED ON THE 19-HUNDRED BLOCK OF VERMONT STREET NORTHEAST JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT. OFFICIALS SAY A SHED CAUGHT FIRE, AND SPREAD TO A SECOND STORAGE STRUCTURE NEARBY. CREWS WERE ABLE TO PUT OUT THE FLAMES WITHIN A MATTER OF MINUTES. NO ONE WAS HURT. THE CAUSE IS UNDER INVESTIGATION.
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Brush fire destroys sheds, causes $75K of damage

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A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Brush fire destroys sheds, causes $75K of damage WUSA 9:12 a.m. EDT April 15, 2014 (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic) SHARECONNECT TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE ALEXANDRIA, Va. (WUSA9) — A brush fire in Alexandria spread and destroyed sheds on Monday evening, say Fairfax County Fire and Rescue officials. Firefighters arrived at the scene in the vicinity of Mary Baldwin Drive and Kenyon Drive at approximately 5:30 p.m. Monday.
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Survey sheds light on users’ perception of SSD performance

Helens Police Department. Used with permission. The cans above are all that is left after thieves took more than 80 cans of coffee from the senior center’s storage shed last week.Photo courtesy of the St. Helens Police Department.
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Desktop use of SSDs was about 8 per cent. The majority, approximately 65 per cent, were using the using the 2.5in form factor, 19 per cent were using PCIe cards, and less than 5 per cent were using mSATA. Capacity-wise, about 33 per cent of respondents were using SSDs greater than 500GB, followed closely by about 31 per cent using between 301GB and 500GB. The SSSI survey focused on five key attributes of SSDsperformance, power, endurance, data integrity, and data encryption.
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