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|08-11-2005 09:05 PM|
They were, tonight, just letting people back into their homes!
|08-11-2005 08:30 AM|
|ShanMan14||I read about this in the paper, this morning. Romulus is on fire!|
|08-11-2005 07:32 AM|
Yeah Super & Kat from WOS said they got woke up at night by the explosion and could see the fire from it...and they live like 5 miles away!!
|08-10-2005 11:34 PM|
Originally Posted by Need4Speed
I heard about it all the way in Cleveland!
The explosion could have even ruptured one of those line two blocks away also.
|08-10-2005 08:33 PM|
|Need4Speed||the first thing I thought of when I read this yahoo today, was you chris!! Glad you're ok. That's some crazy stuff man!|
|08-10-2005 08:06 PM|
|JK_DILLA||Being a plant worker myself, thats a nightmare. Closest thing ive been near is a blind being blown out of an incenerator. Safety first fo sho.|
|08-10-2005 08:02 PM|
It is not a good thing for those communities around there!
|08-10-2005 03:14 PM|
Originally Posted by 2FURYUS
Yeah no kidding! I mean look at the effect its already having on the surrounding wildlife! (see avatar)
|08-10-2005 03:11 PM|
|2FURYUS||All I can say is dayumm, no breathing for the next couple of days....|
|08-10-2005 01:34 PM|
|Ace||The plant did alot of recycling of waste. Different motor oils, paints, etc. SO they just dont burn it. Much of what they do is eliminate the contamination by possibly reusing what they can recycle. All I know is the stuff burning last night definately did not help the quality of air in that area. Pretty amazing they shut down the Ford Truck assembly plant in that area, last night and this mornings shift. Not sure if they were back running in afternoon or not. Sucks and I'll be seeing the effects in the production numbers in my forecast.|
|08-10-2005 12:51 PM|
Originally Posted by SVupON1
Nice colored banner I must say as well!
|08-10-2005 12:47 PM|
"we don't need no water, let the m****f***** burn!"
That's some scary stuff man!
|08-10-2005 12:43 PM|
|R1up0n1||Gas Mannnnnn !...................... did you start this fire??????|
|08-10-2005 11:39 AM|
I was thinking the same thing! The fire departments, last night, decided to evacuate people and let it burn.
|08-10-2005 11:29 AM|
|bumblebee||Most companies dispose of hazardous waste by incinerating it...here they get to dispose of it, collect some insurance money, and let the insurance company pay someone to clean up the mess...looks like a win, win for them|
|08-10-2005 11:17 AM|
Here are some of my supervisors pics...
|08-10-2005 11:11 AM|
This hits close to home for my company cause we have mutliple pipelines surrounding that area. While we are not directly involved my Area Supervisor has been in close contact with the verious emergency crews. It has been a big deal to the area. My company's (underground petroleom pipelines) main station is about 2 blocks from this fire. We have pipelines running parrell to the railroad tracks show in some the below pics. All of that stations workers for my company had to report to a different facility other than the operator and supervisor that had to use environmental breathing units.
We had to be called out to shut down those pipelines and isolate them in case the fires got out of control. Workers near the area said that the explosions were like nothing they've seen before... even when comparing them to explosions in vietnam.
The facility better known as EQ is a environmental company that cleans up other peoples messes and then obviously stores those problems here. Which is what you now see on fire...
The response from the various emergency agencies and other utlities in the area was reported to be supurb. It involved many fire departments including Detroit Metro Airport (for their fuel fighting capabilities) and the Dept of Homeland Secrurity.
|08-10-2005 11:03 AM|
Plant Explosion rocks neighborhood!! [lots of pics]
close to home!