Gas Explosions NE

candasiri

Padawan Learner
The recent gas explosions outside of Boston https://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2018/09/13/gas-explosions-lawrence-andover-north-andover reminded me of 3 December 1994 famous session:
Ukraine explosion; chemical or nuclear. Hawaii crash; aviation, possibly involving military. More California seismic activity after 1st of year: San Diego, San Bernardino, North Bakersfield, Barstow: all are fracture points. Hollister, Palo Alto, Imperial, Ukiah, Eureka, Point Mendocino, Monterrey, Offshore San Luis Obispo, Capistrano, Carmel: these are all stress points of fracture in sequence. "Time" is indefinite. Expect gradual destruction of California economy as people begin mass exodus. Also, Shasta erupts; Lassen activity. Ocean floor begins to subside. Leave channel open and pause: Queen Elizabeth serious illness; blood related. Princess Diana suicide attempt. Gas explosions this winter in NE United States, Texas and other. Supernova and unusual weather all over. Memphis feels tremors. Minneapolis banking scandal relates to mysterious Nordic covenant. Evangelical sexual tryst exposed. Gold is discovered in California after one of the quakes. UFOs dramatic increase and Gulf Breeze gets swarmed, becomes massive "Mecca". Laura sees much more UFO activity. Huge wave of UFO activity. All manner and origins. Just you wait, it will give you chills and that feeling in the pit of your stomach. Many aliens will appear and we will be visible too. Think of it as a convention. All must awaken to this. It is happening right now. The whole populace will play individual roles according to their individual frequencies. This is only the beginning. Just you wait "Henry Higgins," just you wait!
 

c.a.

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Gas explosions this winter in NE United States, Texas and other.
‘Under ruins voices begged: Save us!’: Hope of finding 40 missing in Russia’s NYE gas blast dwindles
Edited time: 31 Dec, 2018 15:54 Videos
As weather in Magnitogorsk plunged to -22C, rescue workers continued to remove rubble under searchlights on New Year’s Eve, while officials admitted that chances of locating the dozens of missing victims grew slimmer by the hour.

Almost all of the residents at the ten-story apartment block at 164 Karl Marx Avenue were asleep at 6am, the morning before the biggest collective party on the Russian calendar. They were awoken by the ear-shattering sound of hundreds of glass panes breaking at once. Then the overpowering smell of gas, smoke from the rising fire, and finally the screams of those still alive.

“I instantly woke up my child and made a wet rag for her not to breathe in the smoke, then put warm clothes on her. I picked up some documents and everything that I had close to hand,” Olesya, who lived in a third-floor apartment, told RT’s video agency Ruptly.

“I thought we will go out through the porch, but as I opened my apartment door, I saw ruins. There was no porch at all anymore.”

The crowd of onlookers, who had rushed out, helped those well enough to walk climb down from the pile of debris that formed from the 48 flats that had been decimated.

Amid the panic, they also had a firmer grasp of the scale of the tragedy.
“It just collapsed like a house of cards,” said one witness.

A local newspaper reported that some residents jumped from their windows to escape the fumes.

“The fire was only on one floor of the building, but underneath the ruins, there were quiet voices, begging ‘Help us! Save us!’” another told Ruptly.


The first responders arrived. Then, the entire might of the 500,000-size city’s fire, medical and emergency departments. While some residents responded immediately to frantic calls from officials, or called the police to say they were safe, the phones of others were switched off. As the first survivors of burns and falls were delivered to hospital, and the deceased identified, it was clear that a substantial number of people were trapped, dead or alive.

Whatever had to be done now, could not be done in minutes or with only manpower and fire hoses. Specialist equipment and a go-slow approach were needed.

So began the multi-hour operation – as the nation watched live.

Instantly relatable to tens of millions of Russians, who grew up in identical mass builds, with their own gas stoves and heating, this was not news that would be buried in the avalanche of festive TV shows and table preparations.

Plane after plane of emergency workers were dispatched from major cities, officials from the local governor, to the emergencies and health ministers arrived at the site. There are currently 1,300 people and over 200 pieces of equipment deployed.

Vladimir Putin himself ordered the presidential plane to leave his residence in Sochi, and traveled to Magnitogorsk. There he inspected the building, and spoke to the surviving families, and apologized to a boy that he did not have time to bring him a seasonal present.

Seven children are still said to be missing.
 
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c.a.

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
MAGNITOGORSK, January 3. /TASS/. The rescue operation on the site of the residential building collapse in Magnitogorsk has finished, there are no bodies left in the rubble, first deputy head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry Alexander Chupriyan told reporters on Thursday.

"Half an hour ago, we have recovered the last body. The search and rescue operation is over," he said.

Chupriyan highlighted the difficulty of the search and rescue operation, which was carried out under threat of further collapse of the building, adding that no rescue workers received any injuries. "The wall’s fluctuations reached 3 centimeters," he said.

A section of a ten-story apartment block collapsed in Magnitogorsk on December 31. According to the latest data, the accident claimed the lives of 39 people. Six people were injured, five of them, including two children, are in hospitals. A woman was discharged from a hospital in Magnitogorsk on January 2.

The Russian Investigative Committee views a household gas explosion as the main cause of the accident. On Tuesday, a Russian Investigative Committee spokesperson stated that no traces of explosives had been discovered at the collapse site. On Thursday, Magnitogorsk Mayor Sergei Berdnikov stated that there is no connection between the December 31 gas explosion and the January 1 car blast in Magnitogorsk, despite several publications’ reports to the contrary.

 
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