Ponteils-et-Brésis

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Géolocalisation sur la carte : Gard

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Gard

Géolocalisation sur la carte : France

Géolocalisation sur la carte : France

Ponteils-et-Brésis est une commune française située dans le département du Gard, en région Occitanie.

Ses habitants se nomment les Ponteillais.

La commune de Ponteils-et-Brésis est une commune des Hautes Cévennes située au nord du département du Gard, dans la zone périphérique du Parc national des Cévennes, traversée par la rivière la Cèze. Ponteils-et-Brésis est limitrophe avec le département de la Lozère.

La Chaberterie, Montselgues, La Chaze waist pack with water bottle holder, Le Planhol, Le Theron, Les Taillades, Masseborie, Nidaucel, Nojeirols, Les Thomas virginia football uniforms, Le Serre, Bassouls, Mas du Moulin, Chambon, Bourdic, Mercier, Besses, La Lauze, La Tourette, Malaval, Plaveysset, Brésis, le bouchet de la lauze, le Chambonnet, Planzolles et Rieusset.

Ponteils-et-Brésis est entouré par les communes de Saint-André-Capcèze, Concoules et Malons-et-Elze et, les grandes villes les plus proches par la route sont : (à 45 km) Alès, et (à 15 km) Villefort.

La commune est classée zone à risque dans le dossier départemental des risques majeurs établi en 1995 par la Préfecture du Gard pour :

Cours d’eau principaux : la Cèze.
Autres cours d’eau : la Connes, la rivière de Bournaves, le ruisseau du Pâtis, le ruisseau du Chambonnet, le ruisseau de Cornet (tous affluents de la Cèze).

Située au pied du Mont Lozère dans les hautes Cévennes, la commune de Ponteils-et-Brésis est soumise à des hivers secs et moyennement froids (les températures minimales peuvent descendre jusqu’à -10 °C). Les étés chauds entraînent des périodes de sècheresse. Au printemps et à l’automne, l’air chaud et humide venu de Méditerranée bute contre les cimes cévenoles et provoque de très fortes précipitations bien souvent ravageuses, entraînant inondations et glissements de terrain (épisodes cévenols).

Les communes de Ponteils et de Brésis ont fusionné en 1812, en 1836, la vallée de l’Yvernette avec Besses, Plaveysset et Malaval est rattachée à Ponteils.

L’évolution du nombre d’habitants est connue à travers les recensements de la population effectués dans la commune depuis 1793. À partir du début des années 2000, les populations légales des communes sont publiées annuellement. Le recensement repose désormais sur une collecte d’information annuelle, concernant successivement tous les territoires communaux au cours d’une période de cinq ans. Pour les communes de moins de 10 000 habitants, une enquête de recensement portant sur toute la population est réalisée tous les cinq ans, les populations légales des années intermédiaires étant quant à elles estimées par interpolation ou extrapolation. Pour la commune, le premier recensement exhaustif entrant dans le cadre du nouveau dispositif a été réalisé en 2007.

En 2014, la commune comptait 347&nbsp dry bag camera;habitants, en augmentation de 5,47 % par rapport à 2009 (Gard : 4,64 % , France hors Mayotte : 2,49 %)

La vie économique repose sur la présence d’un centre hospitalier qui emploie plus de 100 personnes.

Vestiges du château de Brésis composé d’un donjon médiéval entouré d’une enceinte.

Classé aux Monuments Historiques, les éléments protégés sont l’enceinte, le donjon et la chapelle.

Gabrielle Chanel, dite Coco Chanel (née à Saumur mais dont la famille est originaire de Ponteils, il existe encore un mas appelé Le Chanel qui était une auberge auparavant).

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Santika Club fire

The Santika Club fire occurred on Thursday 1 January 2009, in the Santika Club nightclub in Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand, where New Year celebrations were taking place. A total of 66 people were killed and another 222 injured when fire swept through the nightclub during the New Year’s celebration as a band, coincidentally called “Burn”, was playing. By another coincidence, the party was named “Santika’s Last Night”. The fire broke out at 00:35 am. and citizens of thirteen countries were among the injured.

No official cause for the Santika fire has been announced by investigators. Suggested causes include outdoor fireworks that set the roof on fire, sparklers lighted inside the nightclub, or an electrical explosion. One witness stated there were no pyrotechnics in the club, while another reported seeing flames on the roof after going outside to watch the midnight fireworks display.[citation needed]

Video recordings of the indoor stage event, including the countdown to midnight, show that only ordinary holiday sparklers were used. Moreover, the fire became visible indoors approximately 10 minutes after midnight.[citation needed] This strongly suggests the fire originated inside the ceiling space or on the roof, allowing it to grow in intensity while going unnoticed for some time. Due to the lax enforcement of building regulations, tar paper and plastic are often used as waterproofing materials.

Around 1,000 guests and employees were in the club when it burned, and deaths occurred from smoke inhalation, burns and being crushed during a stampede for the exit. Doctors stated that fumes from burning plastic could have caused people to faint after a few minutes. Santika only had one main exit, with an additional private staff exit. A third exit was locked to prevent robberies.

The injured were taken to 19 hospitals, with most brought to Bangkok Hospital. Only 29 of the 61 bodies were immediately identified, of these 28 were Thais and the other a Singaporean. The bodies of those who died were wrapped in white cloth and placed in the club’s car park pending removal. It took up to a week to identify the others because of extensive burns to their bodies. Pongsak Kasemsan mexican lime squeezer, an official in Bangkok, ordered a preliminary investigation, with results by January 4.

After a preliminary inspection of the club’s safety system, it was declared “substandard” by police Lieut. Gen. Jongrak Jutanont. It was revealed the club only had one fire extinguisher, and that the nightclub was registered as a food vendor (restaurant), meaning it was required by law to close at midnight.

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva visited the site and said, “The question is why they let someone take fireworks inside the pub and light them up lifefactory glass water bottle.”

The owner of the Santika Club was charged, along with twelve other directors. The owner was also charged with allowing an underage customer into the club after a 17-year-old student’s body was recovered. He faced a further charge of carelessness resulting in death.

Two parallel investigations were launched, one by the police and one by the Ministry of Justice. The police blamed the lead singer of “Burn” for setting off fireworks on stage, and the club owner for recklessness and for illegally admitting people under the age of 19. The Ministry of Justice investigation discovered the nightclub was officially registered as a private residence and therefore had never received a fire safety inspection. It was also located in a zone where nightclubs are prohibited and the city architect’s signature approving the club’s design had been forged. Between 2004 and 2006, police had filed 47 charges against the club’s owners for illegal operation

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. After that, however, no charges were filed. Suspicions of corruption were raised when one of the co-owners was identified as a senior police officer. When the Ministry of Justice investigation was turned over to the police, sources close to the Minister reported he was furious.

On 20 Sept 2011, the Southern Bangkok Criminal Court found two persons—Wisuk Setsawat, the pub owner, and Boonchu Laorinath, the light and sound company’s owner—guilty of negligence. Wisuth and Boonchoo were given three-year jail terms. Boonchoo was also ordered to pay Bt8.5 million in compensation to five plaintiffs, relatives of the victims.

On 22 Oct 2013 dry bag camera, the Court of Appeal acquitted Setsawat of gross negligence. On 25 Apr 2014, the Southern Bangkok Criminal Court found Setsawat guilty of excise tax violations and sentenced him to one year in prison.

News related to New Year fire kills at least 59, injures 212 more at Bangkok pub at Wikinews

Beat Until Stiff

Beat Until Stiff is the second release, and first full-length album, by Hullabaloo. It was released in 1989 on Toxic Shock. For Beat Until Stiff, TQ had taken over as full-time lead singer for the band (though Sluggo sings on the tune “Taskmaster” and hidden track “Sea of Trash”), and his vocals that range from a growl to a scream begin to characterize the band’s sound. The band’s punk rock sensibilities are still in the forefront with fast, thrashy songs like “The Lickyerbutt Song” and “This is My Rifle”, and with subjects like “Retardo Porn” and “Suicidal Maniac.” But with the songs “Beat Until Stiff” and “Gotta Go” some slower tempos and heavier guitars are introduced, giving the album a proto-grunge feel. The trademark trumpet and saxophone solos are still present throughout. Kris Fell, in the Boston Phoenix said that the “lyrics on Beat Until Stiff are blunt, almost photographic representation of the grotesque…” This album features a guitar solo by Mr. Horribly Charred Infant of the Happy Flowers.

Note that Hullabaloo rarely used their real names and instruments on the personnel listing of their records. The names on this record are their “British Invasion” names. These names are also scrawled upon a picture of the British invasion band The Hullaballoos on the inner sleeve.

Beat Until Stiff’s new songs were recorded and mixed at the Fort Apache South studio by Paul Q. Kolderie. Kolderie also re-mixed the two previously released songs for this album. The cover art for the album lists the producers as “Hugo & Luigi define meat tenderizer,” but this is yet another allusion to The Hullaballoos, who were “packaged for U.S. consumption by Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore, notorious vice presidents and A&R directors of Roulette Records.”.

Beat Until Stiff rolls like a big old tank truck fulla beer and piss taking a fast turn onto Alice Cooper Memorial Turnpike.—Spin

Here’s a totally psychotic mindfuck if there ever was one… dry bag camera.Satan himself would shit his pants if he heard the vocals on this album.—GROT

An album worth having two copies of, for when your first wears out.—Backlash

TQ hollers as if possessed by the spirits of both Ozzy and Jimmy Swaggart while the band bashes out chords of destruction and disarray…—CMJ

If Marlon Brando’s Godfather figure had been played by a growling lion, he would be the singer of this band.—Rockpool

All tracks written by Hullabaloo, except where noted..

at Discogs (list of releases)