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Unit 237 (shared, public)

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237 (CER) Cerna kronika. Katastrofy dopravni, prumyslove, prirodni, vselijaka nestesti, mista kriminalnich cinu.

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GC1R1GJ Traditional Cache (VK-95) Velka voda 1997: Vysoka
   

GC1R1GR Traditional Cache (VK-96) Velka voda 1997: Siroka
   

GC1R1H3 Traditional Cache (VK-97) Velka voda 1997: Drava
   

GC1R1H7 Traditional Cache (VK-98) Velka voda 1997: Smrtici
   

GC1R1HK Unknown Cache (VK-99) Velka voda 1997: Bonusova
   

GC43MRF Traditional Cache [iz3jio] Crash
  (as the listing unfortunately says almost nothing about the event, we have to add more infos at least here): On November 8, 2007, a US UH-60 ("Black Hawk") helicopter heading for its home Aviano Air Base suffered loss of yaw control and crashed near Santa Lucia di Piave, killing 6 of 11 servicemen aboard, incl. both pilots. The mechanical failure resulted from poor maintenance by DynaCorp, a subcontracor for US forces. The company six years later settled the lawsuit with relatives for an undisclosed (but high) amount. A memorial of the accident was revealed already at its first anniversary, in 2008.  

GC4R47M Multi-cache 100-rocna voda
  Krupinica flash flood in Krupina, 1999.  

GC1VRCC Traditional Cache 30. Oktober 1972
  Head-on collision of two passenger trains ("Karola" Express from Leipzig to Karlovy Vary and D-273 limited stop train from Aue to Berlin) near station of Schweinsburg-Culten (Saxony) on October 30, 1972 resulted in 28 fatalities. The fault was at driver of the express train, who had passed an unscheduled stop signal, probably due to fatigue from previous night.  

GC3TXK5 Traditional Cache 70 su 69: Disastro aereo a Olgiate Olona
   

GC481MA Traditional Cache A Memorial for a killed KFOR-Soldier
   

GC10KYM Traditional Cache AN-24
   

GC1TV23 Multi-cache Anezka Hruzova - Hilsneriada
   

GC4PWC8 Unknown Cache Anna Tambor
   

GC3Y5WK Traditional Cache Ansbacher Zugunglück
   

GC4BKQA Traditional Cache Anton Fuchs Denkmal
   

GC2PYRB Traditional Cache Antonin Vales
  Crash site of a Avia BH-21 fighter plane of Czechoslovak Air Force, December 16, 1926. An in-flight rupture of fuel tank and subsequent fire, which occured during a routine training flight, forced the pilot, sgt. Antonín Valeš (24, a native from Panenský Týnec in Louny District, nowadays Czech Republic), to descend rapididly from 700m altitude. In the fire and following crash landing sgt. Valeš suffered severe injuries and despite surgery performed died in a military hospital later that evening. The cause was attributed to a production fault in process of welding of dural, then a novelty technology.  

GC3BJMH Unknown Cache Bahnbetriebsunfall
   

GC1VBB6 Traditional Cache Biker Gedenkstätte
   

GC1N8DK Traditional Cache BLÜHENDES MAHNMAL
  Eschede disaster memorial site. On June 3, 1998 a high-speed train ICE 884 "Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen" en route from Munich to Hamburg derailed and subsequently collided with a road overpass near Eschede (Lower Saxony), killing 101 people (99 on board of the train plus 2 workers on the destroyed bridge). Disintegration of one of wheel rims stemming from an undetected material fatigue was determined as the cause.  

GCZ2FB Traditional Cache Bolevecka municka / Bolevec minefactory
  Industrial disaster - accidental explosion during ammuntition production, Pilsen, 1917. The ammunition factory in Bolevec, northern suburb of city of Pilsen, Bohemia, was the largest in the whole Austria-Hungary. Founded in 1901, it included also a testing range for guns produced by Pilsen-based Škoda Works. The heavily fenced and guarded compound covered an area of 60 ha, consisted of 57 various buildings and employed over 3000 workers (mostly women, girls and boys) in poor safety and working conditions. On May 25, 1917 (a sunny Friday afternoon) the building No. 10 suddenly erupted in flames triggering chain of explosions and fires in other parts of the factory, ultimately paralyzing life in the whole city. Even in downtown Pilsen, several kilometres away, many houses suffered damege and had their windows shattered by the force of the blast. Due to nature of the disaster, obliterating some bodies or turning them in ashes, the number of casualties was impossible to establish with cert  
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