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Earlier, the Foreign Affairs Ministry had announced that as many as 50 Bulgarians registered for the Turkish ship, after the Turks generously offered help in evacuating people from violence ridden Libya.
While the report praises some of the state's readiness plans, such as evacuating people along the coast ahead of a tsunami, it raises a number of questions.
Evacuating a building in daylight is rarely a problem, but evacuating a building in darkness or smoke-flied conditions can be chaotic.
US officials ordered people to evacuate the Florida Keys and were also considering evacuating 1, 000 US citizens in Grenada.
US officials ordered people to evacuate the Florida Keys and were considering evacuating the 1,000 US citizens in Grenada last night.
Once the precipitating cause has been treated, evacuating the hematoma and achieving hemostasis usually resolves the acute condition.
Difficulty in locating the bomb, the possibility of secondary devices (designed to attack police and placed where the terrorist believes police will rendezvous), unreliability of warnings (if given), unpredictability of detonation time, and the dangers of flying glass and debris make it prudent to include the option of not evacuating onto the street.