Thanks for all the sites Blueminer. I am still working on viewing them all but have been distracted by others listed in the link like this one:More scary sink hole info. Ireally hope this link takes.
I never seen anything that looked like a car hit a gas line in this early video. It amazes me how many people were walking and driving by prior to the firefighers getting there. Wonder if it was a plate shift that ruptured the gas line. That was one heck of a fire/explosion. You can clearly see when the fire get fed by the gas on the left side of the screen. Those poor firefighters. Plus I noticed their winter storm warnings until tomorrow on their Kansas local station where this happpened. Guess that is why we are scheduled to have the double "S's late Thurs and just slick about morning commute time. Dang it.
Authorities held a morning news conference at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday to give an update on the Plaza fire investigation and announce that a body has been recovered from the scene.
They talk about their investigation into the explosion will probably be hampered by the oncoming winter storm. Prayers to all those involved and the family of the one who lost their life. It would of been nice if they had given you a clue of what the questions were being asked. It does amaze me that some of the ones I did hear were repetitive to the Fire Chief...what don't they understand about ....FD's don't deal with power, gas, or water issues, they are there to fight any fires and provide EMS on the scene. Wow, they do way more than fight fires but they cannot be certified in gas, water and power technology. It will be days before they find out and I never heard anyone ask if a car (initially reported as the source hitting a main gas line) was responsible.