Bahraini Waleed Shawqi Nasser suffered minor burns to his hands, Indian Mohammed Jassim Mohammed sustained first-degree burns
, Bangladeshi Royil Kabeer sustained second-degree burns and Pakistani Omar Ahmed suffered second-degree burns to his hands.
Public prosecutors said they ordered the arrest of the man after police confirmed he threw hot water at his siblings, causing first-degree burns
and scarring to their faces.
HORRIFIC: AC Milan goalkeeper suffered first-degree burns
after being struck by a flare thrown by out-of-control fans during the Champions League game; BOMBARDED: AC's Costa waits patiently as flares land after being thrown by Inter fans at the San Siro stadium
If a person escapes with minimum injuries, he or she should get some fresh air and immerse any first-degree burns
[minor] in cold water.
The general rule of severity defines greater than 30 percent first-degree burns
, greater than 20 percent second-degree burns and greater than 10 percent third-degree burn is considered severe and victims should seek the attention of a medical professional.
Cardiff North MP Julie Morgan's Private Member's Bill, prompted by cases of Welsh children suffering first-degree burns
from using coin-operated sunbeds, passed its second reading in the Lords unopposed this week.
- affect only the outer layer of the skin (epidermis), causing pain and redness.
Three of the troops were seriously injured, at least one with first-degree burns
, as angry crowds in Basra hurled petrol bombs and grenades.
To make matters worse, George Galloway received first-degree burns
to his tongue as he tried to douse Saddam's blazing rear.
It is believed the fire was sparked by a short-circuit and the couple were admitted to Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) with first-degree burns
and smoke inhalation.
Her attempt came after the Western Mail revealed how two girls, aged 14 and 10, had been treated in hospital for first-degree burns
from using unmanned salons.