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The deck was so hot that it seemed an increase of a few degrees would cause it to burst into flames.
But the car burst into flame in a matter of minutes," said Khan.
Dubai oOne minute we were happy and the very next minute we were in tears,o said an eyewitness who saw the plane burst into flame after it touched down at Mangalore airport.
While he stands before her reeling from shock and revulsion, her lodgings suddenly burst into flame.
A small airliner carrying at least 50 people crashed and burst into flames on Sunday shortly after taking off from Lexington's Blue Grass Airport, killing all but one on board, officials said.
However, it was unexpected that nanotubes could burst into flames, says Pulickel Ajayan of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.
A FAMILY of four were flown to hospital with burn injuries yesterday after their light aircraft burst into flames on a runway.
About 5 million people were exposed to nuclear radiation when one of the reactors at the Ukrainian power plant burst into flames on April 26, 1986.
Two men were injured, one of them seriously, when their car crashed into a train and burst into flames Wednesday morning in the town of Mizuma, Fukuoka Prefecture, police said.
As Mir enters Earth's atmosphere, friction (rubbing of objects) may heat up Mir's metal parts to 3,000 [degrees] F, causing them to burst into flames.
Fatalities occur after flashover, when all combustibles in a room burst into flames and the fire spreads rapidly.