As the bull s**t continues ...
Holy Fertilizer !
Tuesday, I blogged that there would be more explosions and now it's hit the fan again! The planet is starting to look like a war zone.
'Like a nuclear bomb': Deadly fertilizer plant blast devastates Texas town CNN - April 18, 2013
The full extent of the devastation will have to wait until the light of day Thursday. But residents of the small Texas town of West already know what to expect. A massive explosion at a fertilizer plant on the edge of the town killed an estimated five to 15 people, wounded more than 160, leveled dozens of homes and prompted authorities to evacuate half their community of 2,800.
Many casualties in West Texas fertilizer plant blast BBC - April 18, 2013
Between five and 15 people are thought to have been killed by a huge explosion at a US fertilizer plant that witnesses said was "like a tornado". More than 160 people were injured as dozens of homes and buildings were destroyed in the evening blast near Waco in the US state of Texas. Emergency services are still going from home to home trying to find survivors. A number of firefighters were tackling a blaze at the scene when the explosion happened, and are still missing. The explosion happened at West Fertilizer on the edge of West, a town of about 2,700 people some 20 miles (32km) north of Waco.
You know about Boston and Texas, now take a quick look at a video in the aftermath of the 7.9 earthquake this week in Pakistan. There are also the usual war zones ... and let's not forget the ricin incident and destruction caused by climate changes. End times continue ...
From Linda in Texas
Hi Ellie, My husband and I heard and felt the explosion in Cedar Hill, Texas 90 miles away. It caused a seismic wave over 2.0. West Texas is a Czech community know as the Kolache Capital of the state. [By the way, Philadelphia is about 90 miles from New York City.]
Terror threat: four jailed in homemade bomb plot case BBC - April 18, 2013
Four men who considered using a toy car to deliver a bomb have been jailed for a total of more than 30 years. Luton men Zahid Iqbal, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed, Umar Arshad and Syed Farhan Hussain considered bombing a Territorial Army base.
Greece farm shooting: 30 injured in pay dispute BBC - April 18, 2013
About 30 migrant workers have been injured in a shooting on a strawberry farm in Greece after requesting salaries that had not been paid. The migrants - mainly from Bangladesh - were shot at by at least one farm supervisor, in a Peloponnesian village in southern Greece. Several of the workers have been taken to hospital but none are in a critical condition.
Yellowstone's Volcano Bigger Than ThoughtLive Science - April 18, 2013
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