Christian Gasc, French costume to the four Caesar, died at the age of 76 years
© Arnaud Touchard / Archives West-France The costumer Christian Gasc. The French costume, Christian Gasc died this week at the age of 76, in Paris. He was known for his work in cinema, theater and the opera. The announcement of his death has moved the world of the show. Christian Gasc , French costume to the Four Caesar which had created for the cinema, the opera and the theater and was loved by the lyric artists, died at the age of 76, said his curator.
Fire declared itself in a decommissioned hangar that serves as a fire driving ground © C. ALLAIN / APEI / 20 minutes Illustration of firefighters' intervention. Here during a fire in Rennes. Fire - Fire expressed in a disused hangar that serves as a fireplace training ground
this is not an exercise. Saturday, A fire expressed at the end of the afternoon in the Firefighters' training center of Plouisy, near Guingamp ( Côtes d'Armor ). The fire would have taken in a disused hangar on a former industrial site that normally serves as firefighters according to the information from West-France .
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The disaster was quickly mastered by some thirty soldiers of fire. About 300 of the 1,000 m² of the building were affected. According to the daily, no injuries are to deplore, the hangar being empty at the time of the fire. The reasons for fire departure are not yet established. Statements were made on site to know the circumstances. The police opened an investigation. ParisTeux Employee Young up on a merchandise train in Île-de-France DIVERSGEGENT BY THE NOISE OF FIREFIGHTERS IN INTERVENTION, a man destroys their equipment with a hammer
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