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Haha! Brooklyn Nine Nine 2--18 Points out the fact that Sûreté Quebec (Quebec provincial police) only produces their reports in French

What the hell? Drummondville got a shoutout? Niiiiiiiice! Better than the usual “oh forests” or “To Quebec—! Where Toronto is!” said in US shows.
(wait, Drummondville has an airport? For regional flights?)

The police they have at the Drummondville airport are French Europeans though. They’re even wearing French Gendarmerie-based uniforms too, haha! (SQ, OPP and RCMP wear Stetsons or the other hat. Well, sometimes. I’ve never seen Sûreté Quebec officers with hats. Toques in the winter though.)

Mind you, the RCMP are overly protective of their image brand and use of the uniform in media. SQ might be the same–they maybe have policy on their site…but not in English for foreign productions to access. Woops.

Coudonc, on aura pu avoir un peu de français québecois et canadien parlé sur une émission américaine! Ça fait drôle de voir des ‘policiers’ 'Québecois’ à 'Drummondville’ habillés comme les membres de la gendarmerie française. Parlant à la française en plus. Une chance raté. Ah well.

This episode is ridiculously fun so far though.

(also Ottawa got a shoutout this season. They should bring up Newfoundland and the Maritimes next time!)

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Tour de France : fin de l'aventure aux Pays-Bas

En plein coeur du plat pays, Zélande, qui a accueilli la deuxième étape du

Tour de France ce 5 juillet, est le paradis des promeneurs à vélo. Un anglais a traversé la Manche pour s'offrir quelques coups de pédales sur le parcours. “D'abord, nous voulons voir la caravane, et quand la caravane sera passée, ma femme restera ici et moi j'irai rouler aussi loin que possible vers l'arrivée et je m'arrêterai avant que le peloton arrive”, explique-t-il à France 3. Après de longues heures d'attente, la foule s'emballe lorsque le peloton défile à toute allure.

“Une atmosphère fantastique”

“Hier à Utrecht c'était génial et aujourd'hui aussi c'était parfait, c'est dommage qu'il y ait eu de la pluie, mais l'atmosphère était fantastique”, témoigne une spectatrice. Une fois les retardataires passés, il ne reste plus qu'à suivre l'arrivée par tous les moyens possible.

Retrouvez cet article sur Francetv info

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Barcelona acoge la reunión sobre el programa del avión de combate europeo, el 'Eurofighter'

MADRID, 5 (EUROPA PRESS)

La ciudad de Barcelona acogerá este lunes y martes la “Eurofighter-Typhoon Ministerial Meeting”, una reunión de alto nivel relacionada con el programa del avión de combate europeo en el que Italia, Reino Unido, Alemania y España trabajan.

A esta reunión, que se celebrará en el Palacio de Capitanía de Barcelona, asistirán miembros de los cuatro gobiernos participantes, el británico, el italiano, el alemán y el español, así como de las empresas involucradas en el proyecto. España estará representada en dicho encuentro por el Secretario de Estado de Defensa (SEDEF), Pedro Argüelles, ha explicado el Ministerio de Defensa a través de un comunicado.

El ‘Eurofighter’, denominado 'Typhoon’ en el mercado de exportación, es el avión de combate “multi-role” (defensa aérea con capacidad de ataque a superficie) de nueva generación y adquirido hasta ahora por los cuatro países colaboradores, así como por Austria y el Reino de Arabia Saudita. Una de las cuatro líneas de montaje del 'Eurofighter’ se encuentra en la planta de Airbus en Getafe, en Madrid.

Las jornadas, que se realizan con una periodicidad de seis meses, tienen como objetivo el seguimiento y control de la marcha del programa, la toma de decisiones sobre su futuro y la dirección estratégica del mismo. La última vez que los responsables del proyecto Eurofighter se reunieron en España fue en Sevilla, en el año 2012 y la última reunión tuvo lugar en Edinburgo en noviembre de 2014.

女子世足賽 英格蘭氣走德國抱得季軍歸

(路透加拿大艾德蒙頓4日電)威廉斯(Fara Williams)今天在延長賽罰球中的,助英格蘭1比0力克德國,抱走女子世界盃足球賽(Women’s World Cup)季軍。 延長賽下半場開始3分鐘,桑德森(LianneSanderson)被凱梅(Tabea Kemme)拉倒,英格蘭獲得罰球機會。

罰球由威廉斯操刀,結果曾獲年度最佳守門員的安格雷爾(Nadine Angerer)撲錯邊,威廉斯的勁射應聲破網,終場英格蘭就靠這1球氣走德國。中央社(翻譯)
Analysis: Root of tattered US-Russia ties date back decades

WASHINGTON (AP) — The stumbles, blunders, and policy chaos that have sent increasingly frosty U.S.-Russia relations into what many now call a new Cold War might have been inevitable.

The fundamental hopes and fears lurk, sometimes subconsciously, in the collective minds of the Russian and American nations despite the collapse of the Soviet Union nearly a quarter century ago. That puts their world views at odds and on a collision course, with the crisis over Ukraine the latest and biggest confrontation.

That dismal relationship more often than not can be linked to the eastward expansion of the NATO alliance and Moscow’s refusal to believe America’s promises that it does not threaten Russia. There’s also Russian President Vladimir Putin’s seething anger over his country’s loss of superpower status.

Back in friendlier days, after agreement on the NATO-Russia Found Act in 1997, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said she saw the trouble brewing.

Albright, writing in Foreign Policy about the late former Russian Foreign Minister Yevgeny Primakov, recalled her friend as a flexible realist, but she also cited differences already evident soon after the NATO-Russia deal was signed.

“From the first time we sat at the same table at a NATO meeting, it became clear that no matter what was signed, we would see that key agreement differently,” Albright wrote.

The Russians were understandably concerned about NATO. The U.S.-led Western alliance was created in 1949 to blunt feared Soviet expansionism in Europe. Russia, its Soviet empire vanished, feared that Washington would push alliance boundaries right to the Russian border. The Kremlin, rightly, put no faith in what it claims were Washington assurances to the contrary. Russia is now virtually surrounded on its western and southern borders by NATO member nations.

“The Russian sense of having been played falsely, not just once, not just twice, but on a number of occasions. is fairly deep,” said Wayne Merry of the American Foreign Policy Council and a former U.S. diplomat in Moscow.

During and after World War II, Soviet troops occupied countries of Eastern and Central Europe and made them Soviet republics or Soviet dominated satellites in the Warsaw Pact. Despite Josef Stalin’s accumulation of empire, he was acting out of the centuries-old Russian fear of invasion. The countries of the Warsaw pact and those incorporated into the Soviet Union were designed as a buffer against a repeat of being over-run. Germany already had done it twice in the 20th century.

Those countries, newly independent once the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, obviously were looking for protection from a repeat of their own history and eventually scrambled for NATO membership. The enticement? The promise that every alliance member would come to the aid of any other member that was attacked.

But that was deeply unsettling to a Russia that had seen its Soviet empire vanish, and increasingly to Putin after he took over the Russian leadership from Boris Yeltsin in 2000.

After pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was forced to flee the country after relentless street protests, Putin responded by annexing Ukraine’s strategic Crimean peninsula, where the population is largely Russian. The Kremlin also fomented, the United States and its Western allies assert joined, an armed uprising by the largely Russian population in eastern Ukraine in an attempt to break away from Kiev. The region is Ukraine’s industrial heartland and the crisis has badly hurt the country’s terrible economy.

The United States and the Europeans hit Moscow with punishing economic and travel sanctions in response, and, so far, fighting between Ukrainian forces and rebel forces continues to simmer despite two cease-fire agreements. NATO is stationing heavy armor in the Baltic states and has send hundreds of military trainers to Ukraine. To this point, Washington has dispatched no arms for the Ukrainian army.

Putin has shown no sign of backing down. He has repeatedly said the United States was trying to subjugate Russia, blamed the West for the overthrow of Yanukovych and accused Washington of stoking protests against him, Putin, in the winter of 2011-12.

“I don’t think the United States ever fully appreciated how deeply the Russians believe the color revolutions were instigated by the United States,” said Jessica Matthews, distinguished fellow and former president of the Carnegie Endowment.

She was referring to the Rose Revolution in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia and the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, uprisings that respectively ousted former Soviet Foreign Minister and Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze and the pro-Russian Yanukovych for a first time in Ukraine. The Kremlin likewise saw America’s hand in Yanukovych’s second ouster.

While Russia’s behavior in Ukraine, Crimea and a 2008 war with Georgia has earned the Kremlin Western outrage, Putin’s motives are built of a deep Russian suspicion of the world around it. And Putin, like his Soviet forebears, is using his anti-Western propaganda to distract his people from the increasing breakdown of the social contract.

Still, Putin called Obama at the end of June for the first time in four months. The White House said they discussed the Iran nuclear negotiations, the civil war in Syria and efforts to counter Islamic State. Moscow has been helpful in U.S.-Iranian nuclear negotiations.

And Matthews said there needs to be much more communication between Washington and Moscow.

“I think what could turn it around is clarity about NATO’s intentions about Ukraine,” Matthews said, “and I think those can only be delivered in person, and personally and quietly.”

___

EDITOR’S NOTE — Steven R. Hurst reported from Moscow for 12 years and is the international political reporter for The Associated Press.

فافرينكا يعبر بأقل مجهود للدور الثالث في ويمبلدون

لندن أول يوليو تموز (خدمة رويترز الرياضية العربية) - عبر ستانيسلاس فافرينكا بأقل مجهود الى الدور الثالث في بطولة ويمبلدون للتنس اليوم الأربعاء بعدما فاز 6-3 و6-4 و7-5 على فيكتور استريا.
وحقق بطل فرنسا المفتوحة الانتصار بعد ساعة و31 دقيقة من اللعب.
وسبق للاعب السويسري المصنف الرابع بلوغ دور الثمانية في ويمبلدون مرة واحدة فقط عندما خسر امام مواطنه روجر فيدرر العام الماضي وسيواجه الاسباني فرناندو فرداسكو في الدور الثالث يوم الجمعة.
وكسر فافرينكا ارسال استريا لاعب جمهورية الدومنيكان - الذي لم يسبق له الفوز في مباراتين متتاليتين على الملاعب العشبية - مرة واحدة في كل مجموعة.
وأبلغ فافرينكا هيئة الاذاعة البريطانية (بي.بي.سي) “انه لاعب قوي.”
وتابع “لم أكن اتوقع هذه النتيجة لكني سعيد بالعبور بثلاث مجموعات. هناك الكثير من الاشياء التي ارغب في تحسينها لكن الانتصار كان الأكثر أهمية.”
(اعداد وتحرير اشرف حامد للنشرة العربية)

Analysis: Root of tattered US-Russia ties date back decades

WASHINGTON (AP) — The stumbles, blunders, and policy chaos that have sent increasingly frosty U.S.-Russia relations into what many now call a new Cold War might have been inevitable.

The fundamental hopes and fears lurk, sometimes subconsciously, in the collective minds of the Russian and American nations despite the collapse of the Soviet Union nearly a quarter century ago. That puts their world views at odds and on a collision course, with the crisis over Ukraine the latest and biggest confrontation.

That dismal relationship more often than not can be linked to the eastward expansion of the NATO alliance and Moscow’s refusal to believe America’s promises that it does not threaten Russia. There’s also Russian President Vladimir Putin’s seething anger over his country’s loss of superpower status.

Back in friendlier days, after agreement on the NATO-Russia Found Act in 1997, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said she saw the trouble brewing.

Albright, writing in Foreign Policy about the late former Russian Foreign Minister Yevgeny Primakov, recalled her friend as a flexible realist, but she also cited differences already evident soon after the NATO-Russia deal was signed.

“From the first time we sat at the same table at a NATO meeting, it became clear that no matter what was signed, we would see that key agreement differently,” Albright wrote.

The Russians were understandably concerned about NATO. The U.S.-led Western alliance was created in 1949 to blunt feared Soviet expansionism in Europe. Russia, its Soviet empire vanished, feared that Washington would push alliance boundaries right to the Russian border. The Kremlin, rightly, put no faith in what it claims were Washington assurances to the contrary. Russia is now virtually surrounded on its western and southern borders by NATO member nations.

“The Russian sense of having been played falsely, not just once, not just twice, but on a number of occasions. is fairly deep,” said Wayne Merry of the American Foreign Policy Council and a former U.S. diplomat in Moscow.

During and after World War II, Soviet troops occupied countries of Eastern and Central Europe and made them Soviet republics or Soviet dominated satellites in the Warsaw Pact. Despite Josef Stalin’s accumulation of empire, he was acting out of the centuries-old Russian fear of invasion. The countries of the Warsaw pact and those incorporated into the Soviet Union were designed as a buffer against a repeat of being over-run. Germany already had done it twice in the 20th century.

Those countries, newly independent once the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, obviously were looking for protection from a repeat of their own history and eventually scrambled for NATO membership. The enticement? The promise that every alliance member would come to the aid of any other member that was attacked.

But that was deeply unsettling to a Russia that had seen its Soviet empire vanish, and increasingly to Putin after he took over the Russian leadership from Boris Yeltsin in 2000.

After pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was forced to flee the country after relentless street protests, Putin responded by annexing Ukraine’s strategic Crimean peninsula, where the population is largely Russian. The Kremlin also fomented, the United States and its Western allies assert joined, an armed uprising by the largely Russian population in eastern Ukraine in an attempt to break away from Kiev. The region is Ukraine’s industrial heartland and the crisis has badly hurt the country’s terrible economy.

The United States and the Europeans hit Moscow with punishing economic and travel sanctions in response, and, so far, fighting between Ukrainian forces and rebel forces continues to simmer despite two cease-fire agreements. NATO is stationing heavy armor in the Baltic states and has send hundreds of military trainers to Ukraine. To this point, Washington has dispatched no arms for the Ukrainian army.

Putin has shown no sign of backing down. He has repeatedly said the United States was trying to subjugate Russia, blamed the West for the overthrow of Yanukovych and accused Washington of stoking protests against him, Putin, in the winter of 2011-12.

“I don’t think the United States ever fully appreciated how deeply the Russians believe the color revolutions were instigated by the United States,” said Jessica Matthews, distinguished fellow and former president of the Carnegie Endowment.

She was referring to the Rose Revolution in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia and the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, uprisings that respectively ousted former Soviet Foreign Minister and Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze and the pro-Russian Yanukovych for a first time in Ukraine. The Kremlin likewise saw America’s hand in Yanukovych’s second ouster.

While Russia’s behavior in Ukraine, Crimea and a 2008 war with Georgia has earned the Kremlin Western outrage, Putin’s motives are built of a deep Russian suspicion of the world around it. And Putin, like his Soviet forebears, is using his anti-Western propaganda to distract his people from the increasing breakdown of the social contract.

Still, Putin called Obama at the end of June for the first time in four months. The White House said they discussed the Iran nuclear negotiations, the civil war in Syria and efforts to counter Islamic State. Moscow has been helpful in U.S.-Iranian nuclear negotiations.

And Matthews said there needs to be much more communication between Washington and Moscow.

“I think what could turn it around is clarity about NATO’s intentions about Ukraine,” Matthews said, “and I think those can only be delivered in person, and personally and quietly.”

___

EDITOR’S NOTE — Steven R. Hurst reported from Moscow for 12 years and is the international political reporter for The Associated Press.

Les conseils beauté avisés d'Alix Benezech

- Grazia : Un fail beauté ?

Alix Benezech : Je préfère préciser que ce n'est pas moi qui l'ai décidé, c'était ma mère lorsque j'étais petite. Elle me coupait les cheveux à la garçonne, à la différence que, je ressemblais à Caliméro, une tête d'œuf, c'était affreux. Je m'en suis voulue de m'être laisser faire à l'époque ! (rires)

- Un fantasme capillaire ?

J'en ai deux ! Même si j'ai les cheveux mi-longs c'est de les avoir très très longs et d'une couleur du style, un roux flamboyant ou rose pourquoi pas ! L'autre, c'est au contraire, extrêmement court, comme Lisbeth Salander dans Millénium, une coupe androgyne.

- Un indispensable qui te suit partout ?

La crème de 8h d'Elisabeth Arden, je l'utilise tous le temps et pour tout. Sinon, plus récemment, mais elle ne me quitte jamais, c'est la brume hydratante anti-UV de Bioderma. C'est assez nouveau, et super pratique parce qu'elle possède un SPF 30, donc idéale quand je suis en ville pour me protéger du soleil.

- Une astuce de grand-mère ?

J'en ai plein, je suis une mine d'or parce que ma grand-mère les transmettait à ma mère, qu'elle-même m'a transmis par la suite. J'aime beaucoup l'huile de ricin, qui permet d'accélérer la pousse des cheveux ou même les sourcils. Dernièrement, j'ai découvert les vertus des racines de gingembre que je mixe ou que je coupe en rondelles pour les faire infuser dans de l'eau bouillante. Je bois ça tout au long de la journée, j'adore !

- Une opération camouflage pour les cheveux sales ?

Le shampoing sec évidemment. J'utilise celui de chez René Furterer, c'est vraiment celui que je préfère. J'ai essayé toutes les marques parce qu'en tournage, on n'a pas toujours le temps de se les laver lorsqu'il y a des raccords, alors le shampoing sec c'est l'idéal.

- Un remède pour les lendemains difficiles ?

Comme je ne bois pas, je ne fume pas, j'ai rarement des lendemains difficiles. Je dirais que lorsque je manque de sommeil, j'aime bien le Dermablend. Il m'a sauvé (…)

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Pollak en lice ; Colman en tête

Au jeu des Super High Roller, une règle semble inamovible : Daniel Colman gagne toujours. En tout cas, dans ce “Little One” à 111 111$, c'est l'Américain, toujours aussi peu sympathique, qui prend la tête à la fin du Day 1, face à 135 entrants.

46 sont encore en lice, dont le Français Benjamin Pollak, dans l'average, tandis que le haut du tableau accueille Sorel Mizzi (deuxième, à quasi égalité avec Colman), Robl, Hellmuth ou Reinkemeier. Negreanu n'est plus là, signant un été catastrophique… Au rang des éliminés : Phil Ivey, Olivier Busquet, Greg Merson ou encore Phil Galfond

Kauppaketju teki melkoisen mokan Yhdysvalloissa - leipoi Isis-kakun: ”Me pyydämme anteeksi”
Yhdysvaltalainen Walmart-ketju pyysi anteeksi tänään sekaannusta, joka sattui yhdessä sen leipomoista.
Washington air passengers held while ill passenger checked

SEATAC, Wash. (AP) — A Seattle-Tacoma International Airport spokesman says passengers aboard a United Airlines flight from Chicago were held on the plane for more than an hour after landing Monday night while a doctor assessed a sick passenger’s ailment.

Airport spokesman Perry Cooper says the passengers were released after an airport-based doctor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decided the passenger had food poisoning. Cooper says the passenger had vomited twice during Flight 1454.

United spokesman Rahsaan Johnson said he had no information on what caused the food poisoning for the female passenger. He says there were 162 passengers aboard the flight.

Cooper says the CDC doctor was concerned about the symptoms and the decision was made to hold the passengers on board the plane in case the ailment turned out to be something more serious. He says the plane landed about 7 p.m. PDT and passengers were allowed to leave at about 8:25 p.m.

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The revolutionary Solar Impulse 2 aircraft passed “the point of no return” Monday after it left Japan bound for Hawaii, the most ambitious leg of its quest to circumnavigate the globe powered only by the sun.

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Nổ khí gas 4 người bỏng nặng: Ngày kinh hoàng của một gia đình
(VTC News) – Vụ nổ đã khiến gia đình 4 người bị bỏng nặng, tài sản tiêu tan, trong khi phía công ty gas vẫn im hơi lặng tiếng.

Như VTC News đã thông tin, ngày 12/6 vừa qua đã xảy ra vụ nổ khí gas tại dãy nhà trọ cho thuê của Nguyễn Văn Tin ở tổ 7, thị trấn Quang Minh, huyện Mê Linh, Hà Nội. Vụ nổ khiến 2 căn phòng trọ bị đổ sập, 4 người trong một gia đình phải nhập viện trong tình trạng bị bỏng nặng.
Nạn nhân là Tạ Văn Khương (SN 1989), vợ là Kiều Thị Minh (SN 1990) và hai con là Tạ Kiến Huy (SN 2010), Tạ Thị Phương Thảo (SN 2012), HKTT tại xã Võng Xuyên, huyện Phúc Thọ, Hà Nội. Trong đó, anh Khương bị bỏng diện tích 54%, chị Minh bỏng 55%, cháu Huy bỏng 45%, cháu Thảo bỏng 56% rải rác toàn thân. 

Hơn 2 tuần sau khi vụ nổ xảy ra, phóng viên có dịp trở lại hiện trường. Thời điểm này, hầu hết đống đổ nát từ vụ nổ đã được thu dọn. Tại hiện trường chỉ còn lại chiếc tủ của gia đình anh Khương đã bị hư hỏng sau vụ nổ. 
Trên mặt tủ còn vương lại một vài tập vở giành cho lứa tuổi mẫu giáo. Nhìn những cuốn vở này, phóng viên không khỏi xót xa khi nghi tới 2 đứa con nhỏ của vợ chồng anh Khương đang được cấp cứu trong bệnh viện. 
Nếu vụ nổ không xảy ra thì hiện nay, 2 cháu bé có thể đang nô đùa vui vẻ với bạn bè cùng trang lứa ở lớp mẫu giáo.
Cho tới lúc này, người dân trong khu vực vẫn chưa hết bàng hoàng khi nhớ lại vụ nổ. 
Bà Thuy, mẹ đẻ của anh Nguyễn Văn Tin (chủ nhà trọ) cho biết, anh Tin là con trai thứ 5 của bà. 2 căn phòng trọ bị đổ sập nằm liền kề ngay nhà anh Tin. Bản thân bà Thuy đang sống với người con trai khác chỉ cách hiện trường vụ nổ chừng 5m. 

Cách đây mấy năm, gia đình anh Tạ Văn Khương đã tới đây thuê phòng ở với giá 600.000đ/tháng. 
Kể lại vụ nổ kinh hoàng, bà Thuy cho hay, sáng hôm đó, bà đang bán hàng ở đầu ngõ, cách nhà chừng 400m thì bất ngờ nghe thấy một tiếng nổ vang trời vang lên từ hướng gia đình bà đang sinh sống.
“Khi nghe tiếng nổ lớn, ban đầu tôi cứ tưởng là nhà tôi bị nổ. Tôi vội vàng chạy về thì thấy 2 căn phòng trọ ngay trước nhà tôi bị đổ sập, đồ đạc bị hư hỏng hoàn toàn. Lúc này, 4 người nhà anh Khương đã ra đứng bên ngoài, cả 4 người đều bị thương nặng, tóc bị xém đi,” bà Thuy nói.
Theo bà Thuy, vụ nổ không chỉ khiến 2 căn phòng trọ cấp 4 bị đổ sập mà các ngôi nhà kiên cố cách hiện trường vài chục mét cũng bị ảnh hưởng. Đặc biệt, những căn phòng trọ cấp bốn lân cận hầu như đều bị lực từ vụ nổ làm hư hỏng mái lợp bằng pờ rô xi măng.

Bà Thuy cho biết thêm, anh Tin chỉ có duy nhất 2 căn phòng trọ cấp bốn để cho thuê. Nay 2 căn phòng đều đã sập đổ, gia đình bà Thuy cũng xót của nhưng gia đình bà còn lo lắng hơn cho sức khỏe của gia đình anh Tạ Văn Khương.
“Vợ chồng anh Khương đã ở đây nhiều năm rồi. Vợ chồng nó là người hiền lành. Vụ nổ khiến gia đình tôi thiệt của nhưng mà vợ chồng nó thiệt người. Vợ chồng nó cũng rất khó khăn, người làm công nhân, người buôn đồng nát. Tích cóp bao nhiêu năm mới được điều hòa cho con cái đỡ khổ trong những ngày nắng nóng. Nhưng vừa mua được vài hôm thì vụ nổ xảy ra, tài sản tiêu tan. Cầu mong cho gia đình nó tai qua nạn khỏi,” bà Thuy nói.
Trong khi đó, chị Hà (quê ở Bắc Giang), người sống trong căn nhà trọ cách hiện trường chừng 15m kể: “Khoảng 7h00 sáng hôm đó, tôi đang ở nhà thì nghe thấy tiếng nổ rất lớn. Tôi giật mình và hét lên vì sợ. Vụ nổ xảy ra rất nhanh, chỉ trong vòng khoảng 1 phút, mái 2 phòng trọ cùng các đồ đạc bắn văng khắp nơi.

Khi tôi chạy ra thì thấy anh Khương đang bế con gái út chạy ra ngoài. Sau đó, anh Khương quay lại đưa vợ và con trai cả ra. Lúc này, cả 4 người không bị cháy sém nhưng da bị trợt hết, trông giống như trường móng tay bị bong ra. Trong vòng khoảng 10 phút sau, cả gia đình anh Khương được đưa đi bệnh viện cấp cứu.”
Chị Hà cho biết thêm, vụ nổ đã khiến bức tường ngăn cách giữa 2 căn phòng trọ bị đổ sập. “Bức tường đã đổ hẳn sang phía bên căn phòng bênh cạnh. Căn phòng này có 2 anh em ở. Rất may, lúc này cả 2 người đều đã đi làm không có ở phòng, nếu không thì không biết điều gì sẽ xảy ra,” chị Hà nói.
Hiện Công an huyện Mê Linh đang phối hợp với các đơn vị liên quan tiến hành điều tra, làm rõ vụ nổ kinh hoàng nói trên.
Xác minh ban đầu của cơ quan chức năng cho thấy, khoảng 7h sáng 12/6, chị Minh ngủ dậy đi lấy ấm đun nước siêu tốc cắm vào ổ điện trên tường, cách vị trí mặt đất khoảng 1m và cách vị trí bếp gas cùng bình gas của gia đình khoảng 40cm.
Sau khi cắm ấm đun nước siêu tốc xong, chị Minh gọi chồng và 2 con dậy rồi chị đi lấy mỳ tôm để nấu ăn sáng cho gia đình. Đúng lúc này thì có tiếng nổ phát ra từ khu vực bếp phòng trọ khiến anh Khương, chị Minh cùng 2 cháu Huy, Thảo bị bỏng nặng.
Nói về nguyên nhân vụ nổ kinh hoàng này, Thiếu tá Hoàng Nguyên Cường – Đội phó Đội Hình sự Công an huyện Mê Linh cho hay, hiện cơ quan chức năng vẫn đang điều tra, làm rõ và chưa có kết luận chính thức về vụ việc. Tuy nhiên, bước đầu cơ quan điều tra xác định “nguyên nhân vụ nổ là do rò rỉ khí gas tác động tia lửa điện từ ấm đun nước siêu tốc dẫn đến nổ”.
Về bình gas có khí gas rò rỉ, Công an huyện Mê Linh cho biết đó là bình gas màu hồng, loại 12kg do hãng Thiên An Petrol cung cấp. Khi tiến hành khám nghiệm hiện trường, cơ quan chức năng xác định dây dẫn gas vẫn gắn bếp gas vào bình gas, hệ thống van gas đang trong tình trạng lỏng lẻo.
Thiếu tá Hoàng Nguyên Cường cho biết, khí gas chỉ có thể rò rỉ từ bình gas đun nấu của gia đình, còn các thiết bị khác như tủ lạnh, điều hòa không thể gây ra vụ nổ lớn như vậy.
Theo tìm hiểu, gia đình nạn nhân Tạ Văn Khương có hoàn cảnh rất khó khăn. Trong khi đó, chi phí điều trị cho gia đình 4 người lên tới hàng chục triệu đồng mỗi ngày. Từ khi vụ nổ xảy ra, gia đình nạn nhân cho biết, họ chưa hề thấy đại lý hay công ty gas tới động viên, thăm hỏi.

Minh Quyết