Essays on Fire Case Study Assignment

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Cause of the fire14Mechanism of spread of the fire14Failure of the management to prevent fire outbreak14Recommendation of the inquiry report on the incident15DUSSELDROF AIRPORT FIRE INCIDENT15Incident statistics15Cause of the fire15Mechanism of the spread of the fire16Failure of management to prevent the incident16Fire safety at the time of incident16Recommendations of the NFPA report on the incident16SUMMERLAND DISASTER17Incident statistics17Cause of the fire17Mechanism of the spread of the fire17Cause of the deaths18Failure of the management to prevent the fire incident18Recommendations of the fire inquiry18SHERATON HELIOPOLIS HOTEL EGYPT19Incident statistics19Cause of the fire incident19Mechanism of the spread of the fire19Failure of the management to prevent fire incident19Safety status at the time of incident20Recommendations of the fire inquiry report20THE STATION NIGHT CLUB FIRE20Incident statistics20Cause of the fire20Mechanism of the spread of the fire21 Failure of the management to prevent the fire21Cause of the death and delay of evacuation21Recommendation of the fire inquiry21COCOANUT GROVE NIGHTCLUB FIRE21Incident statistics22Cause of the fire incident22Mechanism of spread of the fire22Failure of the management to prevent the fire incident22Outcome and recommendations of fire inquiry23WINECOFF HOTEL FIRE23Incident statistics23Cause of the fire incident23Mechanism of the spread of the fire23Failure of the management to prevent fire outbreak24Recommendations of the fire inquiry tribunal24THE NEW LONDON SCHOOL EXPLOSION24Incident statistics24Cause of the fire incident25Mechanism of the spread of the fire25Failure of the management to prevent the fire incident25Recommendations of the fire tribunal on the incident25MGM GRAND HOTEL26Incident statistics26Cause of the fire incident26Mechanisms of the spread of the fire26Failure of the management to prevent the fire incident27Recommendations of the fire inquiry tribunal27Bibliography27NEW YORK TWIN TOWER INCIDENTIncident statisticsAccording to glass steel and stone (2009), the incident occurred in World Trade Center, New York United States of America on 11th September 2001.

The incident led into collapse of World Trade Center North Tower at 1030 hours, collapse of World Trade Center South Tower at 0950 hours and collapse of seven world trade center at 1725 hours. Other affected building includes the Four World Trade Center, Five World Trade Center, Six World Trade Center, The Marriott Hotel, One Liberty Plaza and Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. The incident made 105 children who were conceived before the attack but born after not to see their fathers, 83,000 people lost their jobs, 18 people were retrieved from the rumble alive and 13,000,000 square feet of office space was lost.

The New York Times reported on 15th September 2002 that the incident led into closure of three subway stations namely South Ferry Station, Rector Street Station and Cortland Street Station that were estimated to be repaired at a cost of $ 100,000,000. The New York Times on May 8th 2003 indicates that a judge ruled that Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and other families’ owed victims of September, 11th 2001 attacks $ 104,000,000.

Building of the memorial was estimated to cost $ 500,000 and was scheduled to be completed by 2009. The incident led into deaths of 2752 people. Initially they were 1751 but on January 16th 2009 a man die after he developed cancer after exposure to toxic fumes following collapse of the World Trade Center. Among these 2752 people who lost their lives, 343 were fire fighters. On 4th august 2002, the New York Times reported that the real estate company that controlled world trade center lease incurred a loss amounting to $ 8,200,000,000.

On May, 25th 2002, the New York Times reports indicate that 20,000 body parts were recovered and 1,800,000 tons of rumbles were retrieved. On December, 25th 2001, the New York Times reported that the United Nations estimated that 24,000,000 people lost jobs world wide as a result of the incident while 15,000,000 people were made poorer by the incident. On December, 17th 2001, the CBS news reported that the average compensation for the World trade center victims would be $ 1,600,000 and that the highest and lowest compensated victims will each get $ 3,800,000 and $ 300,000 respectively.

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