What if you could control the force of gravity to avoid injury? A couple of Cincinnati inventors have a device that allows people and objects to descend slowly and carefully.
On average, firefighters take 90 seconds to access water from a hydrant.
A newly designed smart hydrant, which can cut the time to about 30 seconds, is now on trial in Prince Edward Road.<
Here’s what they do, and how they work.
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The Cathlamet town council adopted its 2022 budget, approved measures for park and sidewalk improvement projects and addressed other issues when it met Monday.
Council members rejected a
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The new "smart" fire hydrant speeds up the process of obtaining water during an emergency by about 60 per cent. (Photo: CNA/Hanidah Amin)
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The omicron variant is fueling a surge during the holiday season that is leaving tri-state residents waiting on long COVID testing lines and racing to stores to grab last-minute at-home test kit