Thursday, December 20, 2012

Was the Sissonville Fire Station destroyed because of a gas leak?


I've been researching pipelines after the Sissonville WV explosion.

I've dug up a ton of interesting data, including the fact
that the Sissonville Fire Station, which was located over
a 26" transmission line,
was torched to ashes in a hot
accelerated fire while they were doing road construction.
The cause: "an electrical source".  

Five days after the fire, Columbia Gas
(the same operator of the Sissonville explosion)
gave the fire department a check for $25,000,
out of the kindness of their hearts (or maybe a guilty conscience?)

It required $1.2M to rebuild the station.

Here's when a 26" had a complete failure Dec 2012:

May you, and all beings
be happy and free from suffering :)
-- ancient Buddhist Prayer (Metta)

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