Water main break leaves Pimlico short on Preakness Day

RFA Argus Arriving in Sierra Leone to Help Combat Ebola
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Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Argus arriving in Sierra Leone during Operation Gritrock, the UK’s response to fighting Ebola in the region.

The Royal Fleet Auxiliary aviation support ship RFA Argus arrived in Sierra Leone in October 2014, offloading vital equipment and stores that will aid their government’s fight against Ebola.

Argus left Falmouth on Friday, October 17 and made good progress down the West Coast of Africa to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.

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A water-main break around two miles from Pimlico Race Course has left the track short of water on Preakness Day.
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