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Blaze on nuclear-powered sub started in vacuum cleaner, US Navy says
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 16841584:MV8xODkxNzY0X0Q4NTJEOTk1] KITTERY, Maine – The preliminary findings of a Navy investigation into a fire on board a nuclear-powered submarine at a shipyard in Maine last month indicate the blaze started in a vacuum cleaner. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/06/07/blaze-on-nuclear-powered-sub-started-in-vacuum-cleaner-us-navy-says/ I wonder who made the vacuum cleaner, they don't give you details about that. [/quote]
KITTERY, Maine – The preliminary findings of a Navy investigation into a fire on board a nuclear-powered submarine at a shipyard in Maine last month indicate the blaze started in a vacuum cleaner.
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I wonder who made the vacuum cleaner, they don't give you details about that.
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