Monday, November 12, 2012

Deadly Indiana blast puzzles officials and residents

Via walfred

 
With no hint of a problem in advance, in particular no tell-tale smell of a gas leak, authorities and residents in a southern Indianapolis neighborhood are trying to make sense of an enormous blast that obliterated two homes and made dozens more uninhabitable. Fire officials expressed amazement that only two people died in the late Saturday explosion so powerful that the devastation spread for blocks from its epicenter. Hundreds of residents were forced to evacuate their Richmond Hill homes, some never to return. Windows and doors were blown in. The blast rocked several houses entirely from their foundations and was so loud it awoke people three miles away. 
A fire burned for hours, engulfing dozens of homes. Early Monday, Indianapolis public safety director Troy Riggs said forensic investigators were talking with utility companies and others as they tried to determine the cause. “We need to make sure that we get some of the forensics back and that we follow where the evidence takes us,” Riggs told WISH-TV. U.S. Rep. Andre Carson, who represents the area, has said he had been told a bomb or meth lab explosion had been ruled out. 
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7 comments:

  1. FreeFor could use whatever it was - or at least the plans to it...

    Daniel

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  2. FreeFor could use whatever it was - or at least the plans to it...

    Daniel

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  3. Conspiracy theories are swirling about the recurrence of 9s and 11s of late. The ridiculous Lincoln movie was to premier on 11/11 but was shown in 11 theaters on 9/11 and then opened wide on 11/11. At least that's what I've read. This explosion is also being called terrorist. I'm not a conspiracy theorist. I just know that conspiring is the way the world works. Heh.

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  4. conspiring is the way the world works.

    Unfortunately true.

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