able to evacuate

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  • These factors may have prevented many people from being able to evacuate on their own.
  • All occupants were able to evacuate the aircraft, but two passengers died due to the fire outside.
  • All occupants were able to evacuate the aircraft, but two passengers died due to fire outside the cabin.
  • Prior to this, a bomb threat was received, so police had been able to evacuate part of the airport.
  • After the crash, the inside of the aircraft caught fire, but all the occupants were able to evacuate the aircraft.
  • Sikorski and his government moved to London and were able to evacuate many Polish troops to Britain.
  • Many wounded Home Army soldiers became stranded during the uprising and were simply not able to evacuate in time.
  • Many of the men of L Company, as well as some of the wounded, were able to evacuate by truck.
  • During this 24-hour period, the kibbutz was able to evacuate its women and children.
  • The US is able to evacuate the personnel there, but not before the diplomatic damage was done.
  • The rectum must also be able to evacuate its contents fully.
  • Because the landslide was slow-moving, officials were able to evacuate before the river was stopped due to the temporary dam.
  • Fortunately the emergency services were able to evacuate the street before the explosion so no-one was harmed.
  • After two months of suffering the patient recovered, being able to evacuate his urine through a fistulous opening that had formed. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • One American and four Polish soldiers were able to evacuate unharmed.
  • They built a cosmic treadmill and were able to evacuate much of Earth-D's population.
  • All crew members were able to evacuate the stricken sub and subsequently interned by the Spanish authorities.
  • The houses did not collapse, which meant that residents not on the ground floor were unharmed and able to evacuate without help through first floor windows.
  • The goal was to be able to evacuate humans.
  • Despite an intense fire after the crash, the crew was able to evacuate all 280 passengers from the aircraft.
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