1. Mice Dangers: A Juggling View


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    Educational juggling view of mice dangers.

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    • THE CAVE in Corral Canyon 2013


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      Six Years after the devastating FIRE that destroyed 56 homes and damaged many others, the CAVE is still used today, to smoke and set camp FIRES! See photographic evidence of the Alarming DANGER of starting another FIRE in our canyon. The Corral Canyon Fire in 2007, was started at THE CAVE, by BRIAN ALAN ANDERSON and WILLIAM THOMAS COPPOCK They were charged with felonies and sentenced to a year in Los Angeles County Jail. ANDERSON, COPPOCK and BRIAN DAVID FRANKS, were also ordered to pay $15.607,560.97 RESTITUTION to the families that testified about the loss of their properties and $7,255,097.67 to the state of California.

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      • Inside Boulder News - June 28, 2013


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        This week on Inside Boulder News: Ralphie's Independence Day Blast fireworks show returns; safety officials remind residents about fireworks dangers and regulations; Boulder Reservoir prepares for family-friendly holiday activities; and thousands of bikers participate in Bike to Work Day.

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        • Bosque Closure


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          • Get Low And Go Escape Technique


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            Fire is one of the most dangerous events we can face. And the most likely place to discover a fire is right at home. If you do, you'll want to know how to "get low and go." This short non-profit, public safety video clip will show you how to escape alive. Produced pro bono by David and Cameron Barrett, this short video clip is designed as free education for the public.

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