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    Fertilizer plant blast in Texas

    Wow. It was breaking before I went to bed last night. I didn't think it was as serious as flattening surrounding buildings. I know it blew out the little girl's eardrums in the video clip.

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    Crews seek survivors, bodies after Texas blast | General Headlines | Comcast

    WEST, Texas (AP) ? Rescuers searched the smoking remnants of a Texas farm town Thursday for survivors of a thunderous fertilizer plant explosion, gingerly checking smashed houses and apartments for anyone still trapped in debris or bodies of the dead.
    Initial reports put the number of fatalities as high as 15, but later in the day, authorities backed away from any estimate and refused to elaborate. More than 160 people were hurt.

    A breathtaking band of destruction extended for blocks around the West Fertilizer Co. in the small community of West. The blast shook the ground with the strength of a small earthquake and leveled dozens of homes, an apartment complex, a school and a nursing home. Its dull boom could be heard dozens of miles away from the town about 20 miles north of Waco.

    Waco police Sgt. William Patrick Swanton described ongoing search-and-rescue efforts as "tedious and time-consuming," noting that crews had to shore up much of the wreckage before going in.

    Searchers "have not gotten to the point of no return where they don't think that there's anybody still alive," Swanton said. He did not know how many people had been rescued.
    There was no indication the blast, which sent up a mushroom-shaped plume of smoke and left behind a crater, was anything other than an industrial accident, he said.

    The Wednesday night explosion rained burning embers and debris down on terrified residents. The landscape was wrapped in acrid smoke and strewn with the shattered remains of buildings, furniture and personal belongings.

    Dogs with collars but no owners trotted nervously through deserted streets in cordoned-off neighborhoods around the decimated plant. The entire second floor of a nearby apartment complex was destroyed, leaving bricks and mattresses among the rubble. One rescue crew going from apartment to apartment gave special attention to a room where only a child's red and blue bunk bed remained.

    While the community tended to its deep wounds, investigators awaited clearance to enter the blast zone for clues to what set off the plant's huge stockpile of volatile chemicals.
    "It's still too hot to get in there," said Franceska Perot, a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

    The precise death toll was uncertain. Three to five volunteer firefighters were initially believed to be among the dead, which authorities said could number as many as 15. But by late Thursday afternoon, the state Department of Public Safety would not confirm how many had been killed.

    Swanton said he would "never second-guess" firefighters' decision to enter the plant because "we risk our lives every day." The many injuries included broken bones, cuts and bruises, respiratory problems and minor burns. Five people were reported in intensive care. Five more were listed in critical condition.

    In the hours after the blast, residents wandered the dark, windy streets searching for shelter. Among them was Julie Zahirniako, who said she and her son, Anthony, had been at a school playground near the plant when the explosion hit.

    The explosion threw her son four feet in the air, breaking his ribs. She said she saw people running from the nursing home, and the roof of the school rose into the sky.
    "The fire was so high," she said. "It was just as loud as it could be. The ground and everything was shaking."

    First-responders evacuated 133 patients from the nursing home, some in wheelchairs. Many were dazed and panicked and did not know what happened.

    William Burch and his wife, a retired Air Force nurse, entered the damaged nursing home before first-responders arrived. They searched separate wings and found residents in wheelchairs trapped in their rooms. The halls were dark, and the ceilings had collapsed. Water filled the hallways. Electrical wires hung eerily from the ceilings.

    "They had Sheetrock that was on top of them. You had to remove that," Burch said. It was "completely chaotic."

    Gov. Rick Perry called the explosion "a truly nightmare scenario for the community" and said he had been in touch with President Barack Obama, who promised his administration's assistance with operations on the ground.
    Authorities said the plant made materials similar to those used in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

    The fertilizer used in that attack, ammonium nitrate, makes big explosions, be they accidental or intentional, said Neil Donahue, professor of chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University. It also was used in the first bombing attempt at the World Trade Center in 1993.
    Ammonium nitrate is stable, but if its components are heated up sufficiently, they break apart in a runaway explosive chemical reaction, Donahue said.

    "The hotter it is, the faster the reaction will happen," he said. "That really happens almost instantaneously, and that's what gives the tremendous force of the explosion."

    About a half-hour before the blast, the town's volunteer firefighters had responded to a call at the plant, Swanton said. They immediately realized the potential for disaster because of the plant's chemical stockpile and began evacuating the surrounding area.
    The blast happened 20 minutes later.

    Erick Perez was playing basketball at a nearby school when the fire started. He and his friends thought nothing of it at first, but about a half-hour later, the smoke changed color. The blast threw him, his nephew and others to the ground and showered the area with hot embers, shrapnel and debris.

    "The explosion was like nothing I've ever seen before," Perez said. "This town is hurt really bad."

    The U.S. Chemical Safety Board was deploying a large investigation team to West. An ATF national response team that investigates all large fires and explosions was also expected, bringing fire investigators, certified explosives specialists, chemists, canines and forensic specialists. American Red Cross crews also headed to the scene to help evacuated residents.

    Records reviewed by The Associated Press show the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration fined West Fertilizer $10,000 last summer for safety violations that included planning to transport anhydrous ammonia without a security plan. An inspector also found the plant's ammonia tanks weren't properly labeled.

    The government accepted $5,250 after the company took what it described as corrective actions, the records show. It is not unusual for companies to negotiate lower fines with regulators.

    In a risk-management plan filed with the Environmental Protection Agency about a year earlier, the company said it was not handling flammable materials and did not have sprinklers, water-deluge systems, blast walls, fire walls or other safety mechanisms in place at the plant.

    State officials require all facilities that handle anhydrous ammonia to have sprinklers and other safety measures because it is a flammable substance, according to Mike Wilson, head of air permitting for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
    But inspectors would not necessarily check for such mechanisms, and it's not known whether they did when the West plant was last inspected in 2006, said Ramiro Garcia, head of enforcement and compliance.

    That inspection followed a complaint about a strong ammonia smell, which the company resolved by obtaining a new permit, said the commission's executive director Zak Covar. He said no other complaints had been filed with the state since then, so there haven't been additional inspections.

    The company could not be reached for comment. A call to the home of plant owner Don R. Adair rang unanswered.
    The federal Chemical Safety Board has not investigated a fertilizer plant explosion before, but Managing Director Daniel Horowitz said "fertilizers have been involved in some of the most severe accidents of the past century."

    He noted the 2001 explosion at a chemical and fertilizer plant that killed 31 people and injured more than 2,000 in Toulouse, France. The blast in a hangar containing 300 tons of ammonium nitrate came 10 days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, raising fears at the time that the two could be linked. A 2006 report blamed the blast on negligence.

    Horowitz also mentioned a disaster in Texas City in 1947, when a cargo ship holding more than 2,000 tons of ammonium nitrate caught fire and exploded, killing more than 500 people.

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    That clip has over 6 million views and rising.


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    Anytime you see a chemical plant in flames you should leave the area.

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    Wow, hate to say it, but that was pretty cool!

    And I do hope the little girl gets her hearing back.

    Too bad she doesn't have a dad with a lot more sense!

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    Fertilizer plant blast in Texas

    It blows out her eardrums yet they get it uploaded to YouTube within minutes.... Some priorities there

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    It reminded me of the Pepcon blast in Nevada back in the 80's.


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    kinda freaky around here. I was around a hour away from the blast.

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    Did you feel anything, I read the shock was felt for 10's of miles
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    I didnt but a friend of mine was closer he said he felt it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyid View Post
    It blows out her eardrums yet they get it uploaded to YouTube within minutes.... Some priorities there
    Apparently her hearing is ok.
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    Fertilizer plant blast in Texas

    Good. At least she's ok.

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    Fertilizer plant blast in Texas

    Weak, I lived 20 miles away from the liquid propane explosion in Wesley Texas in 92. It shook our house like a tornado and knocked things off of shelves. People felt it 60 miles away in Houston and it was heard 140 miles away. We went to see ground zero a few days later and there were fence posts through tree trunks, cow carcasses scorched, tops of trees sheared off and charred branches jutting from the scorched earth. It was closest to seeing a small nuclear blast zone without the radioactivity.

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    That 1992 explosion was equivalent to a 3 kilton bomb, first time I heard that...thats pretty powerful...
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    i live about 15 minutes from there and it shook my house I thought a tornado hit my house. I cant imagine the people whom lived close

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    Re: Fertilizer plant blast in Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by bwrag View Post
    i live about 15 minutes from there and it shook my house I thought a tornado hit my house. I cant imagine the people whom lived close
    I believe it bro, my wife family leaves nearby, we made the drive out, to see them and help, and my guys and I brought our equipment out to help with relief efforts. Hope you and yours are well, that was a huge blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maniclion View Post
    It was closest to seeing a small nuclear blast zone without the radioactivity.
    On a side note: Reading this thread, I can't help but think about how nuclear energy is controversial yet there is a far greater danger from all sorts of industrial plants people live by.

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    Texas plant that blew up carried $1M policy | US National Headlines | Comcast

    McALLEN, Texas (AP) ? The Texas fertilizer plant that exploded last month, killing 14 people, injuring more than 200 others and causing tens of millions of dollars in damage to the surrounding area had only $1 million in liability coverage, lawyers said Saturday.

    Tyler lawyer Randy C. Roberts said he and other attorneys who have filed lawsuits against West Fertilizer's owners were told Thursday that the plant carried only $1 million in liability insurance. Brook Laskey, an attorney hired by the plant's insurer to represent West Fertilizer Co., confirmed the amount Saturday in an email to The Associated Press, after the Dallas Morning News first reported it.

    "The bottom line is, this lack of insurance coverage is just consistent with the overall lack of responsibility we've seen from the fertilizer plant, starting from the fact that from day one they have yet to acknowledge responsibility," Roberts said.

    Roberts said he expects the plant's owner to ask a judge to divide the $1 million in insurance money among the plaintiffs, several of whom he represents, and then file for bankruptcy.

    He said he wasn't surprised that the plant was carrying such a small policy.

    "It's rare for Texas to require insurance for any kind of hazardous activity," he said. "We have very little oversight of hazardous activities and even less regulation."

    On April 17, a fire at the West Fertilizer Co. in West, a town 70 miles south of Dallas, was quickly followed by an earth-shaking explosion that left a 90-foot wide crater and damaged homes, schools and nursing home within a 37-block blast zone. Among those killed were 10 emergency responders.

    State and federal investigators haven't determined what caused the blast.

    The plant had reported just months before the blast that it had the capacity to store 270 tons of ammonium nitrate, but it was unknown how much was there at the time of the explosion.

    Roberts said that even without a conclusive cause, negligence lawsuits can proceed.

    "The law allows courts to presume negligence when something happens that would not ordinarily occur but for negligence," Roberts said. "A fire might be an unavoidable accident, but a fire of this magnitude resulting from a fire is not an unavoidable accident."

    Lawyers will look for any other assets the company might have and search for other responsible parties, he said.

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    that fertilizer plant had not been inspected in 30 years. Texas has reduced funding to OSHA and other inspection agency's so much they say it would take 90+ years to inspect all of the business in Texas because of the complete lack of manpower in those departments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by troubador View Post
    On a side note: Reading this thread, I can't help but think about how nuclear energy is controversial yet there is a far greater danger from all sorts of industrial plants people live by.
    not sure if you have ever lived by a nuclear power plant but I did in PA, there was 3 plants within an hour from where we lived in Valley Forge. they were Limerick, Three Mile Island and Peach Bottom and we paid some of the higher kWHr rates in the state.

    those that live by these facilities do not reap any of the benefits from them. and they are all privately owned facilities which means that they are for profit and the energy produced by them will NEVER BE INEXPENSIVE. it is the inherent nature of public utilities as they are natural monopolies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAM View Post
    not sure if you have ever lived by a nuclear power plant but I did in PA, there was 3 plants within an hour from where we lived in Valley Forge. they were Limerick, Three Mile Island and Peach Bottom and we paid some of the higher kWHr rates in the state.

    those that live by these facilities do not reap any of the benefits from them. and they are all privately owned facilities which means that they are for profit and the energy produced by them will NEVER BE INEXPENSIVE. it is the inherent nature of public utilities as they are natural monopolies.
    That has nothing to do with how green or safe they are but thanks for the daily communist public service announcement.

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    Texas launches criminal probe into plant explosion | US National Headlines | Comcast

    WACO, Texas (AP) ? Texas law enforcement officials on Friday launched a criminal investigation into the massive fertilizer plant explosion that killed 14 people last month, after weeks of largely treating the blast as an industrial accident.

    The announcement came the same day federal agents said they found bomb-making materials belonging to a paramedic who helped evacuate residents the night of the explosion. Bryce Reed was arrested early Friday on a charge of possessing a destructive device, but law enforcement officials said they had not linked the charge to the April 17 fire and blast at West Fertilizer Co.

    "It is important to emphasize that at this point, no evidence has been uncovered to indicate any connection to the events surrounding the fire and subsequent explosion ... and the arrest of Bryce Reed by the ATF," the McLennan County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.

    Texas Department of Public Safety said earlier Friday that the agency had instructed the Texas Rangers and the sheriff's department to conduct a criminal probe into the explosion. The agencies will join the State Fire Marshall's Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which have been leading the investigation and never ruled out that a crime may have been committed.

    "This disaster has severely impacted the community of West, and we want to ensure that no stone goes unturned and that all the facts related to this incident are uncovered," DPS Director Steven McCraw said.

    McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara said residents "must have confidence that this incident has been looked at from every angle and professionally handled ? they deserve nothing less."

    The statement did not detail any further reasons for the criminal investigation and said no additional information would be released.

    Reed, meanwhile, was in federal custody. A criminal complaint unsealed Friday afternoon said he was arrested after McLennan County deputies were called earlier this week to a home in Abbott, a town about five miles from West, and found bomb-making materials ? including a galvanized metal pipe, canisters filled with fuses, a lighter, a digital scale and a variety of chemical powders.

    "After further investigation, it was determined that the resident had unwittingly taken possession of the components from Reed on April 26," says the complaint signed by ATF special agent Douglas Kunze.

    An ATF explosives specialist and a chemist examined the items and agreed the "combination of parts can be readily assembled into a destructive device," the complaint says.

    Reed made an initial appearance in federal court in Waco on Friday, but did not enter a plea.

    Officials have largely treated the West explosion as an industrial accident, though investigators still searching for the cause of a fire that preceded the blast have said they would treat the area as a crime scene until all possibilities were considered.

    The State Fire Marshal's Office released a statement Friday saying it decided to continue pursuing a criminal probe because roughly 250 leads have developed and more than 400 people have been interviewed.

    Authorities have focused on ammonium nitrate, a chemical commonly used as a fertilizer, but that also can be explosive in the right conditions, as the cause of the explosion.

    Reed was one of several paramedics who helped evacuate residents from nearby apartments after the fire erupted and shortly before the explosion. He has spoken to The Associated Press extensively, and said he was devastated by the explosion, which he said killed one of his closest friends, Cyrus Reed. Bryce Reed eulogized the firefighter at his funeral; the two are not related.

    Bryce Reed's wife, Brittany Reed, declined to comment early Friday.

    "I can't. No comment, no comment, no comment right now," she said before hanging up the phone.

    Crystal LeDane, who lives down the street from Reed, said he was a good neighbor who had changed her flat tire and would sometimes give medical advice about her children's minor injuries.

    "I've been thinking it's an accident, and I still believe that until there's more information," said LeDane, as neighbors stood outside Reed's red brick duplex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troubador View Post
    That has nothing to do with how green or safe they are but thanks for the daily communist public service announcement.
    if you have no problems with the current US economy then stopped bitching about it and enjoy crony capitalism in the US.

    you speak of communism but know nothing about it, you speak of socialism but have never traveled abroad or have seen the "horrors" of Scandinavia. everything you know about the world and other country's came from watching tv and you call yourself a "free thinker", what a joke...

    I guarantee in 30 years you won't be saying go capitalism...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAM View Post
    if you have no problems with the current US economy then stopped bitching about it and enjoy crony capitalism in the US.

    you speak of communism but know nothing about it, you speak of socialism but have never traveled abroad or have seen the "horrors" of Scandinavia. everything you know about the world and other country's came from watching tv and you call yourself a "free thinker", what a joke...

    I guarantee in 30 years you won't be saying go capitalism...
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