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« on: October 23, 2009, 12:20:21 AM »

Just saw this online, can't find a reliable news source to prove it. Is this true?

Maybe it's just 2am paranoia, but wasn't there supposed to be some shit going down this weekend? Speculation, of course.

 Just thought I'd put this out there. Anyone else awake?
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« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2009, 12:51:44 AM »

Confirmed. INternet is abuzz with speculation. http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=377740   

Guys, this could be a big thing. Some people are saying this is an OIL REFINERY that a 'plane' crashed into. This weekend was predicted to be the weekend everything goes to hell.

Coincedence?? 

No news channels are covering this yet. Way to be on the ball. I've been checking over and over.
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« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2009, 12:52:03 AM »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKZ2On7iDs#movie_player
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« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2009, 01:06:05 AM »

Ohhh I am scared get out of heir this is just the begging of what is predicted I tell you if you still have not accepted christ now is the time open your heart to Jesus.......ohhhhhhhhhhh
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« Reply #5 on: October 23, 2009, 01:31:01 AM »

I cannot find anythng about this on the main news sites, BBC, etc. This is rather strange.

They are all probably too busy talking about Nick Griffin and Obama wanting to scrap NASA Moon flights program.   Roll Eyes
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« Reply #6 on: October 23, 2009, 01:39:44 AM »

The question is why PR? What terrorist? could someone fill me in on a motive here besides oil.
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« Reply #7 on: October 23, 2009, 01:56:49 AM »

It is quite possible that this may be an accident due to improper care by some staff at the refinery.
I would not be surprised, all options are possible.
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« Reply #8 on: October 23, 2009, 02:03:31 AM »

Puerto Rico Refinery Ablaze Following Two Explosions (Update1)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601086&sid=aopGfpzcrHd8

By Gianluca Baratti

Oct. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Caribbean Petroleum Corp.’s refinery at Bayamon, Puerto Rico is on fire after two explosions at the site today.

Firefighters are still fighting the blaze, the cause of which is still unknown, according to a spokeswoman for the local Guaynabo police force, who was speaking by telephone and asked to not be identified by name. She said the explosions happened at about 12:30 a.m. local time.

CPC markets the Gulf brand on the island. The Bayamon facility, near the capital city of San Juan, can process 48,000 barrels of crude oil a day, according to the company Web site.

The sour-crude refinery isn’t operating, according to undated information on the Web site. The facility also houses a tank farm and oil-product import terminal.

Several tanks at the oil distribution center were ablaze, and firefighters sought to prevent further explosions, the Associated Press reported, citing the director of emergency services in San Juan.

Calls to the company seeking comment went unanswered.

To contact the reporter on this story: Gianluca Baratti in Madrid at gbaratti@bloomberg.net
Last Updated: October 23, 2009 03:23 EDT
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« Reply #9 on: October 23, 2009, 02:05:22 AM »

how much will this affect the oil markets?
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« Reply #10 on: October 23, 2009, 02:23:01 AM »

Shit happens, not worrying me. But hey I'm the person who during the height of the swine flu hysteria back in may was saying 'this is all a hoax, don't worry,' don't listen to meee
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« Reply #11 on: October 23, 2009, 02:45:55 AM »

At 3:40 AM EST

A Puerto Rican refinery eploded into flames this morning, claiming more than fifty people in the vicinity. No one is exactly sure what happened, but senior Pentagon sources say that they detained five men of Arab decent into custody.   Insiders close to Department of Homeland Security, through secret surveillance tapes believe that Sharif Mozar Ahad, one of the five men in custody, plotted this bombing, as retribution against western democratic nations. Ahad, according to DHS, trained in Afganistan as a high ranking member of the Taliban. The Joints Chief of Staff hinted at the possiblity that Martial Law be enacted to protect U.S. citizens against Al Queda's threat. Later today, the President of the United States will speak to this issue at nine AM EST in the White House, regarding this tragic incident.
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« Reply #12 on: October 23, 2009, 05:46:07 AM »

It's NOWHERE in the news. CNN. Not my local news. That's what is strange to me... It's almost 8am and this is nowhere. Not on TV either.... 50 people die in an OIL refinery and it's not big news??? What the f**k.
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« Reply #13 on: October 23, 2009, 05:54:02 AM »

Explosion near San Juan, Puerto Rico believed to be Crashed Spirit Airlines Flight 837





DEVELOPING STORY: A dramatic explosion near San Juan, Puerto Rico tonight is believed to be missing Spirit Airlines Flight 837 tha left Fort Lauderdale, Florida on it’s way to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan.

The airplane was reportedly an Airbus A319 that left Ft. Lauderdale 34 minutes late. Authorities aren’t giving any details except to say that emergency crews are currently responding to a large explosion outside the island city.

More as the story develops.

Story via @RodrigoBNO of BNONews.com. Photo via Picasa user, Guillermo Carrion

http://www.inquisitr.com/44141/explosion-near-san-juan-puerto-rico-believed-to-be-crashed-spirit-airlines-flight-837/
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« Reply #14 on: October 23, 2009, 05:54:44 AM »

http://www.khabrein.info/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=28073&Itemid=57

Small news stations across the world are telling this story. This oil refinery pumped out 48,000 barrels a day. I have no idea but is that enough to cripple the market??? Thoughts? I just wonder WHY they are keeping this secret. My morning news is not reporting anything at all on this.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5i_ossEvcYrpMjHyvBrS1oEWrvcoQD9BGNS580

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« Reply #15 on: October 23, 2009, 05:56:56 AM »

NK 837 Flight Information Route:    From (FLL) Fort Lauderdale, FL, US to (SJU) San Juan, PR   
Duration:    2h 30m   
Equipment:    Airbus Industrie A319 (Scheduled)     
On-time Rating:     4.1 of 5 What this?   

To see all the data we have for this flight view Extended Details

Departure Information Departure Status Details 
 
Airport:    (FLL) Ft. Lauderdale International Airport
 
City:    Fort Lauderdale, FL, US 
Scheduled:    11:30 PM - Thu Oct 22, 2009 
Actual:    12:11 AM - Fri Oct 23, 2009 (runway) 
     Took off runway 34 min later than scheduled runway departure 
Terminal:    4 
Local Time:   7:55 AM - Fri Oct 23, 2009 
   
   Notes regarding the arrival of this flight 
 

•Departure delay calculation based on comparing actual runway time with scheduled runway time. Flight may have departed the gate on-time.


Arrival Information Arrival Status Details 
 
Airport:    (SJU) Luis Munoz Marin International Airport
 
City:    San Juan, PR 
Scheduled:    2:00 AM - Fri Oct 23, 2009 
Actual:    2:22 AM - Fri Oct 23, 2009 (runway) 
     Landed on runway 22 min later than scheduled at gate. 
Terminal:    C 
Local Time:   7:55 AM - Fri Oct 23, 2009 
 
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« Reply #16 on: October 23, 2009, 05:57:05 AM »

Explosion near San Juan, Puerto Rico believed to be Crashed Spirit Airlines Flight 837





DEVELOPING STORY: A dramatic explosion near San Juan, Puerto Rico tonight is believed to be missing Spirit Airlines Flight 837 tha left Fort Lauderdale, Florida on it’s way to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan.

The airplane was reportedly an Airbus A319 that left Ft. Lauderdale 34 minutes late. Authorities aren’t giving any details except to say that emergency crews are currently responding to a large explosion outside the island city.

More as the story develops.

Story via @RodrigoBNO of BNONews.com. Photo via Picasa user, Guillermo Carrion

http://www.inquisitr.com/44141/explosion-near-san-juan-puerto-rico-believed-to-be-crashed-spirit-airlines-flight-837/

Just wanted to add, while they stopped saying it was a plane, there were immediate eyewitness reports saying a UFO or plane had hit it. Definitely at least one woman who was nearby said she saw something crash. Haven't heard anything else of it though. (UFO not meaning aliens, just literally a UFO)


Also, CNN posted a story on its website shortly before or very shortly after the explosions, of this... http://www.cnn.com/2009/TRAVEL/10/23/airliner.fly.by/index.html

It has even been updated really recently, but no news on the explosion.

I just find this weird guys........ Why no reporting on it?

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« Reply #17 on: October 23, 2009, 06:25:58 AM »

Explosion hits Gulf facility in Puerto Rico
By LAURA N. PEREZ SANCHEZ Associated Press Writer
Updated: 10/23/2009 05:58:20 AM EDT



CATANO, Puerto Rico—An explosion at a Gulf gasoline facility Friday rocked a neighborhood outside Puerto Rico's capital, causing minor injuries and forcing evacuations as firefighters raced to prevent additional blasts.
Several columns of black smoke and flames were rising from the Caribbean Petroleum Corp., a gasoline warehouse and distribution center on San Juan's bay that owns the Gulf brand in this U.S. Caribbean territory.

FBI agents on the scene were among those investigating what caused the blast, which struck around 12:30 a.m. (0430 GMT), according to police chief Jose Figueroa Sancha.

A police helicopter that flew over the area confirmed that 11 of more than 30 tanks had exploded, Figueroa Sancha said. Firefighters were planning to chill the remaining tanks in an effort to keep them from exploding. Dozens of fuel trucks were also being moved from the area.

"This is about containment," firefighter Brenda Rodriguez said.

The fuel company told authorities that all of its employees who were at the plant are safe, Rodriguez said.

Some people who were driving through the area were injured when the explosion shattered their car windows. One of them, truck driver Alredro Nevares, had cuts on his face from a broken windshield, according to his son Luis.

Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the agency put a temporary flight restriction in place over the area because of smoke.

The flames, which could be seen from miles away, intensified several hours after the explosion and Figueroa Sancha said it would likely take several days to put out the fire.
Authorities were evacuating people from communities downwind from the thick smoke. About 80 people living in a secure facility for Justice Department witnesses were also moved elsewhere, according to attorney general Antonio Sagardia.

Police cars were clearing the way for ambulances and fire trucks arriving on the scene in Catano, across the bay from San Juan, where the blast tore up a highway. Gov. Luis Fortuno urged islanders to stay away from the site to keep the access clear and nearby schools announced they would be closed Friday.

Environmental authorities urged nearby residents to keep their windows shut to avoid potentially dangerous smoke

http://www.newstimes.com/news/ci_13625071#
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« Reply #18 on: October 23, 2009, 07:01:24 AM »

Can a mod move this? I don't know why the original poster put this in off topic. lol
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« Reply #19 on: October 23, 2009, 07:28:15 AM »

Can a mod move this? I don't know why the original poster put this in off topic. lol

UFOS! Clearly.

No, but seriously, it was 2am and general forum makes you make a mod put the thread up, so I figured it was URRRRGENT and couldn't possibly wait. I guess it could have waited lol. Sorry!
 
Why is this shit not in any of the normal news sources? They're pushing the story about how that airplane flew way past its landing spot but nothing at all on this.

I'm glad it's not turning out to be a big thing, it looks like there was no one killed in the explosions. 20,000 people were laid off from the company recently, so maybe it was a revenge thing.

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« Reply #20 on: October 23, 2009, 11:16:56 PM »

It's NOWHERE in the news. CNN. Not my local news. That's what is strange to me... It's almost 8am and this is nowhere. Not on TV either.... 50 people die in an OIL refinery and it's not big news??? What the f**k.

I was making a satire of the situation to ridicule what the US would probably turn the story into. I know it isn't funny what happened. My story wasn't meant to draw a laugh. It was meant to be extremely cynical of the US government. And I wouldn't be surprised if the US government goes ahead with another false flag attack in the future.
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« Reply #21 on: October 23, 2009, 11:56:17 PM »

Caribbean Petroleum Corp.’s refinery and tank farm at Bayamon, Puerto Rico is on fire after two explosions at the site today. Firefighters are still fighting the blaze, the cause of which is still unknown, according to a spokeswoman for the local Guaynabo police force, who was speaking by telephone and asked to not be identified by name. She said the explosions happened at about 12:30 a.m. local time. At least 11 tanks at the oil distribution center were ablaze, and firefighters were trying to prevent further explosions at 22 other tanks, citing police superintendent Jose Fugeroa Sancha. CPC markets the Gulf brand on the island. The Bayamon facility, near the capital city of San Juan, can process 48,000 barrels of crude oil a day, according to the company Web site. The sour-crude refinery isn’t operating, according to undated information on the Web site. The facility also houses a tank farm and oil-product import terminal. Calls to the company seeking comment went unanswered. 

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« Reply #22 on: October 25, 2009, 12:23:32 AM »

I was making a satire of the situation to ridicule what the US would probably turn the story into. I know it isn't funny what happened. My story wasn't meant to draw a laugh. It was meant to be extremely cynical of the US government. And I wouldn't be surprised if the US government goes ahead with another false flag attack in the future.

Oh LOL I wasn't even responding to your post. I did read it after, and chuckled. I didn't take it seriously.

Still nothing new about it though. Oh well, glad it didnt turn into something big!! Thankful for small miracles.
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« Reply #23 on: October 25, 2009, 12:30:16 AM »

Lol..........


Holy shit..Ptech runs the FAA when the air traffic controllers are not!
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=126240.0

This is my take on the motive behind this.  I could dig around and provide back up for what I am about to say--I may do that later, as it would require a lot of work, and I have more than enough to do atm.  I will paste a chat log to illustrate my realization as to what was going on with this in real time (times blanked out as well as other party name).

[10/23/2009 --:--:--] anti_illuminati: hmm
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] anti_illuminati: f**k
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] anti_illuminati: something just popped into my mind about this
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] Xxxxxxxxxxx: what?
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] anti_illuminati: wow if I am right about what I now just thought of thsi is crazy
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] Xxxxxxxxxxx: hmm ok.. wtf is it.
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] anti_illuminati: this is the beginning of a very subtle conditioning process
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] Xxxxxxxxxxx: ?
[10/23/2009 --:--:--] anti_illuminati: the conditioning is that pilots are unreliable

That is exactly what it is.

They are having helicopters hitting planes, trains derailing because of text messeging.

THE AGENDA IS FOR HUMANS TO BE TAKEN OUT OF THE EQUATION!

THAT HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE PLAN!

IT WAS LEAKED IN THE MOVIE OVER 25 YEARS AGO CALLED "WARGAMES"

THEY ARE NOW DOING IT FOR EVERY ASPECT OF OUR LIVES!

THEY WANT NO HUMANS TO GET IN THE WAY!

THEY WANT NO HUMANS TO BE NEEDED TO BE AROUND IN CASE THEY FEEL LIKE EXPEDITING POP CONTROL INSANITY!

THEY WANT NO HUMANS PERIOD, EXCEPT AS OBEDIENT SLAVES!
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« Reply #24 on: October 25, 2009, 12:32:07 AM »

Check out the refinery, here is what blew up

http://www.gulfpr.com/index2.html
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« Reply #25 on: October 25, 2009, 11:37:27 PM »

Puerto Rico Explodes: FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security Investigating-Obama Declares Emergency

1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Igz9DEDCWFE

Many different videos and angles on the current events in Puerto Rico on the Northern coast. Billowing smoke picked up by satellites, President Obama declares State of Emergency. FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security investigating.

State of Emergency, FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o58KPg...

Puerto Rico Explodes: FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security Investigating-Obama Declares State of Emergency

2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIFXMi-F3qA
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« Reply #26 on: October 25, 2009, 11:57:13 PM »

Puerto Rico Explodes: FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security Investigating-Obama Declares Emergency

1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Igz9DEDCWFE

Many different videos and angles on the current events in Puerto Rico on the Northern coast. Billowing smoke picked up by satellites, President Obama declares State of Emergency. FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security investigating.

State of Emergency, FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o58KPg...

Puerto Rico Explodes: FBI, ATF, FEMA, Homeland Security Investigating-Obama Declares State of Emergency

2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIFXMi-F3qA

What the f*ck?
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« Reply #27 on: October 26, 2009, 12:05:56 AM »

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Gas Explosion Rocks Puerto Rico
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Oct. 22) - Crews struggled to contain a huge, smoky fire at fuel storage facility outside Puerto Rico's capital Friday following an early morning explosion that knocked out windows and shook the ground in the U.S. territory.
A plume of inky black smoke loomed over the island, forcing the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to divert plane traffic and keeping school children at home. Authorities warned that more tanks could explode before the fire is extinguished.
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As a massive fire at a gas facility in Puerto Rico burned into a second day Saturday, officials warned of possible health hazards as the wind shifts. Acid rain is such a concern that pet owners are warned to keep their animals inside. Here, smoke rises from the tanks in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, on Friday.
 

Massive columns of black smoke rise from burning fuel tanks after an explosion rocked a gas warehouse and distribution center in Catano, Puerto Rico on Friday. Communities downwind were evacuated, and officials say it will likely take days to douse the flames.
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The cause of the explosion at the Caribbean Petroleum Corp. in the suburb of Bayamon was unknown.
Gov. Luis Fortuno said only one person has required treatment for smoke inhalation, and two others suffered minor injuries at the U.S. Army's Fort Buchanan base adjacent to the fuel plant, which supplies Gulf gas stations across the island.
Several drivers were also hurt when the explosion shattered glass in their cars, but firefighters said all the plant workers were safe.
Marcial Orlando Felix, the top local official for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said a special team from the mainland would investigate the blast but would have to wait until the fire is out to enter the plant.
The 12:30 a.m. blast was the equivalent of a 2.8 magnitude earthquake, according to the Puerto Rico Seismic Network.
Police and FBI agents were also investigating graffiti that was found Friday after the blast in a highway tunnel in the capital with the message: "Boom, fire, RIP, Gulf."
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"Everything is very preliminary at this point but obviously we're looking into the graffiti and it's a concern," Figueroa Sancho said.
Fortuno said 11 of the 40 fuel tanks were on fire at the plant, which includes a gasoline warehouse and distribution center on a bay across from the U.S. territory's capital. Caribbean Petroleum owns the Gulf brand in Puerto Rico.
Eighty-five firefighters with 20 fire trucks were working to contain the fire and chill the remaining tanks to prevent further explosions, according to Fortuno.
The flames, which could be seen from miles away, intensified several hours after the explosion and police chief Jose Figueroa Sancha said it would likely take several days to put out the fire.
Authorities were evacuating people from communities downwind from the thick smoke. About 80 people living in a secure facility for Justice Department witnesses were also moved elsewhere, according to attorney general Antonio Sagardia.
Environmental authorities urged nearby residents to keep their windows shut to avoid potentially dangerous smoke.
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« Reply #28 on: October 26, 2009, 05:31:55 AM »

What the f*ck?

serious toxins released all over the island.

Could it be a test of poisoning the air via these toxic "industrial" explosions and its effect on the vaccine/manufactured virus? Or could it just be a method for increasing the price of oil like what was done in TX 5-7 years ago?
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« Reply #29 on: October 26, 2009, 07:42:48 AM »

This just seems like a typical gas explosion. Maybe I'm missing something..?
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« Reply #30 on: October 26, 2009, 09:36:32 AM »

Wonder if we were having any "exercises" in PR when this "accident" occured?
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« Reply #31 on: October 26, 2009, 09:37:00 AM »

 From what I understand so far, it's thought this may have been the work of one of those fluoride headed, "we're greener than you" enviro-whacko groups. Thanks Mr. Gore, keep encouraging them.
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« Reply #32 on: October 26, 2009, 10:20:43 AM »

serious toxins released all over the island.

Could it be a test of poisoning the air via these toxic "industrial" explosions and its effect on the vaccine/manufactured virus? Or could it just be a method for increasing the price of oil like what was done in TX 5-7 years ago?

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« Reply #33 on: October 26, 2009, 04:27:06 PM »

Situation Update No. 5
On 26.10.2009 at 04:15 GMT+2


Firefighters made progress in containing a raging fire at an oil storage depot in Puerto Rico yesterday, but shifting winds threatened to bring the toxic smoke closer to populated areas. Authorities said air quality remained well below toxicity levels that would prompt more evacuations. An explosion triggered the blaze at the Caribbean Petroleum Corporation's storage depot that spewed a column of black smoke into the sky near the capital San Juan on Friday. Authorities in the US territory evacuated more than 1000 residents. The fire has destroyed 18 of the storage facility's 40 tanks.
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Situation Update No. 4
On 25.10.2009 at 04:32 GMT+2

Firefighters made progress in containing a raging fire at an oil storage depot in Puerto Rico, but shifting winds threatened to bring the toxic smoke closer to populated areas, officials warned on Saturday. However, authorities said air quality remained good, well below toxicity levels that would prompt more evacuations. "Right now, there is not any reason to evacuate anyone else," the Caribbean island's Governor Luis Fortuno said. An explosion triggered the blaze at the Caribbean Petroleum Corp.'s storage depot that spewed a column of black smoke into the sky near the capital San Juan on Friday. Authorities in the U.S. territory evacuated more than 1,000 residents on Friday from areas near the fire, and 530 people spent the night in shelters the government set up in public facilities. President Barack Obama declared an emergency in Puerto Rico, mobilizing federal disaster relief resources for the area affected by the fire, the White House said. The fire has destroyed 18 of the storage facility's 40 tanks. The governor said only five tanks were still fully ablaze on Saturday, while four had collapsed in the flames and others appeared to have burned out but were still smoldering.
"The fire is contained. We don't expect it to spread from there," said Fire Chief Pedro Vazquez. Firefighters focused on chilling the unaffected tanks and containing the flames. There were 130 firefighters battling the blaze with the support of 30 fire trucks and other equipment. The National Weather Service issued a bulletin on Saturday warning residents in six towns west of San Juan that winds were turning more easterly, which was pushing the toxic smoke plume their way. Rain was another concern, and the weather service urged residents in the towns to remain indoors. The smoke, which loomed thousands of feet above the fire in a tight cone throughout Friday, was hovering much closer to the ground Saturday and was also more dispersed than previously. The Environmental Quality Board monitoring the air in communities closest to the blaze -- Toa Baja, Catano and Bayamon -- had yet to show any significant worsening in air quality, so no more evacuations were foreseen. The National Guard took over the lead coordinating role in managing the disaster on Saturday, as additional heavy equipment from the National Guard and island pharmaceutical firms was brought in to battle the blaze.

Authorities erected a temporary pipeline from San Juan Bay to supply seawater to fight the fire. Foam used in putting out oil fires was shipped from the U.S. Virgin Islands. Officials were concerned over contamination and dug a makeshift pool on the scene to collect the water used to extinguish the blaze. "Nobody is prepared for a fire like this. I'm calling on the 4 million Puerto Ricans to thank God tomorrow because this could have been much worse than it was," the governor said. Company officials said they did not know what started the fire, while a spokeswoman said its operations had complied with all local and federal regulations.


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Situation Update No. 3
On 24.10.2009 at 15:35 GMT+2

he fuel storage explosion that took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico has created a panic among people living in that area. As stated by the official sources, the ground upheaval that was raised by this explosion were almost equal to earthquake shocks that has 2.8 magnitude. Several oil tanks had caught fire and many parts of the city was caught in the blaze. As stated by the sources, an oil refinery of the region had caught fire, making the governor of Puerto Rico declare emergency in the city. Emergency was declared also in four towns close to San Juan. Almost 1500 people who lived in the region were moved to different places for safety. Sources stated that authorities had moved some prisoners from the region. It was reported by the sources that airlines had to change their route for the dense smoke created by the explosion. The extent of damage and the cause of the explosion is not yet reported to the media. It has only been stated that two men had suffered injury in the base camp of army. However, there was no loss of life. The state authorities had taken several measures to check the spreading of fire. It has been reported that approximately one hundred and thirty fire fighters had come to control the fire. National Guard were also called for controlling the flames. Government has taken necessary actions to check fire and destruction caused by it. People of the region were requested to remain calm and co-operate with the government in their work.


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Situation Update No. 2
On 24.10.2009 at 04:20 GMT+2

Authorities in Puerto Rico on Friday ordered the evacuation of hundreds more residents from homes around a huge fire at an oil depot which spewed a column of toxic black smoke into the sky near the capital San Juan. Some 130 firefighters, backed by National Guard troops, were still trying to put out the massive fire, hours after an early morning explosion triggered the blaze at the Caribbean Petroleum Corp. storage facility at Bayamon. After initially destroying 11 tanks at the 40-tank site, the fire spread to at least six more, containing products such as jet fuel, bunker fuel and gasoline. It was one of the largest fires ever in the US Caribbean island territory. "There are 17 tanks ablaze, and the firefighters are cooling the rest to avoid their explosion," Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuno said. He declared a state of emergency in San Juan and four surrounding towns. As flames licked up to a height of 100 feet (30 meters) over the oil facility, pushing a mushrooming black plume of smoke into the air, Fortuno announced the mandatory evacuation of the Sabana Amelia neighborhood, where around 1,000 to 1,500 people lived. The neighborhood is in the same Catano district from where around 350 people were evacuated earlier. Despite the size of the blaze, no deaths have been reported, but at least two people were slightly hurt. Schools in the San Juan metropolitan area were closed during the day. Winds from the south were pushing the huge column of black smoke from the fire out over the Atlantic, away from the population centers, but officials from the National Weather Service were watching for any wind changes that could threaten neighborhoods and require more evacuations. Governor Fortuno asked residents to stay calm and remain indoors. Officials said they were also watching out for rain, which could mix with the smoke to create toxic rain. Although officials said the incident was initially being treated as an accident, FBI agents were assisting the authorities in investigating the cause of the explosion. The US Chemical Safety Board said it was also deploying a six-person team to San Juan to help with the inquiry.

Fortuno said security had been protectively stepped up at the island's other oil facilities in the south coast town of Guayanilla and at Yabucoa on the east coast. Puerto Rican authorities temporarily froze prices of gasoline and other oil products to prevent price gouging, but ruled out any risk of serious fuel shortages. The early morning explosion which caused the fire rocked the surrounding area, shattering windows in some buildings. "The heat was incredible. It was an inferno," said firefighter Juan Cruz, one of the first on the scene. Housewife Tamara Rivera, 37, said she was awakened by a loud explosion in her Puerto Nuevo neighborhood. "I thought it was an earthquake, but when I went outside, I saw the big orange glow. It looked like daylight over there," she said. Following the blast and fire, the US Coast Guard established a safety zone in the part of San Juan Bay closest to the fire location. No vessels were permitted to enter this zone without prior permission from the Captain of the Port. But the terminal where tourist cruise lines dock in Old San Juan was not affected, a Coast Guard spokesman said. The Caribbean Petroleum Corp (CPC) facility also included a 48,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) refinery, but this was not in operation, according to the CPC website. There were no immediate details on the extent of damage from the fire. CPC has under contract more than 200 service stations in Puerto Rico to market Gulf brand gasoline and diesel. Residents jammed gasoline stations, fearing a fuel shortage, but Fortuno said the island had enough supplies.


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Situation Update No. 1
On 23.10.2009 at 10:22 GMT+2

An explosion at a Gulf gasoline facility Friday rocked a neighborhood outside Puerto Rico's capital, causing minor injuries and forcing evacuations as firefighters raced to prevent additional blasts. Several columns of black smoke and flames were rising from the Caribbean Petroleum Corp., a gasoline warehouse and distribution center on San Juan's bay that owns the Gulf brand in this U.S. Caribbean territory. FBI agents on the scene were among those investigating what caused the blast, which struck around 12:30 a.m. (0430 GMT), according to police chief Jose Figueroa Sancha. A police helicopter that flew over the area confirmed that 11 of more than 30 tanks had exploded, Figueroa Sancha said. Firefighters were planning to chill the remaining tanks in an effort to keep them from exploding. Dozens of fuel trucks were also being moved from the area. "This is about containment," firefighter Brenda Rodriguez said.

The fuel company told authorities that all of its employees who were at the plant are safe, Rodriguez said. Some people who were driving through the area were injured when the explosion shattered their car windows. One of them, truck driver Alredro Nevares, had cuts on his face from a broken windshield, according to his son Luis. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the agency put a temporary flight restriction in place over the area because of smoke. The flames, which could be seen from miles away, intensified several hours after the explosion and Figueroa Sancha said it would likely take several days to put out the fire. Authorities were evacuating people from communities downwind from the thick smoke. About 80 people living in a secure facility for Justice Department witnesses were also moved elsewhere, according to attorney general Antonio Sagardia. Police cars were clearing the way for ambulances and fire trucks arriving on the scene in Catano, across the bay from San Juan, where the blast tore up a highway. Gov. Luis Fortuno urged islanders to stay away from the site to keep the access clear and nearby schools announced they would be closed Friday. Environmental authorities urged nearby residents to keep their windows shut to avoid potentially dangerous smoke.

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?glide=EX-20091023-23585-PRI&cat=dis&lang=eng
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« Reply #34 on: October 26, 2009, 06:45:59 PM »

From what I understand so far, it's thought this may have been the work of one of those fluoride headed, "we're greener than you" enviro-whacko groups. Thanks Mr. Gore, keep encouraging them.

this was not the work of any "one" anything. Unless all control was yielded to Ptech/CAESER systems and the queen bitch herself pulled the trigger (but she needs the approval of the other queen bitch and the rockefeller psychopath who also answer to others).

So yeah, no "one" anything did this.
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« Reply #35 on: October 27, 2009, 04:34:39 PM »

this was not the work of any "one" anything. Unless all control was yielded to Ptech/CAESER systems and the queen bitch herself pulled the trigger (but she needs the approval of the other queen bitch and the rockefeller psychopath who also answer to others).

So yeah, no "one" anything did this.

Power, money, titles, elites, royal blooded,.

These words are in reference to who controlls this globe. These folks have politicians in the pockets, military, mercenaries, hit teams, intelligence sectors, ect.
They also hire or dupe or coerce or brainwash those who they need to do their dirt. Why would they get ol John braindead to do their jobs, because they are throwaways, use them and wack them.

Example, Lee H. Oswald, a dupe, a set up, killed. His assassin, a two bit gangster who died in prison before he could be transfered and possibly spill his guts. Curiosly enough he had had a complete physical before his death,( A clean bill of health ).
Funny thing, Oswald knew Jack Ruby, as ol Jack was leveling his 38 at Oswald, Lee said No Jack, don't. To late HUH. Two dupes out of the way on national televsion.

Whats that tell me, the power is capable of of staging incredible FK scenarios and the masses beleive them.

I have no FK idea who did the dirt in P.R., but being a cynic I would not exempt the power for staging this BS, and leaving some graffiti on a wall, pointing the finger away from them and raising the terror bells.

I wish I could do one liners.

 

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« Reply #36 on: October 28, 2009, 12:14:26 AM »

Has anyone heard anything about this on the regular government " elite"  controlled news?
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« Reply #37 on: October 29, 2009, 11:18:20 PM »

Has anyone heard anything about this on the regular government " elite"  controlled news?

Not a damn thing, which is what really gets me going. Apparently FEMA and FBI were there ASAP but nothing has really been reported about it? CNN international did talk about it briefly though, but no, nothing I have seen or heard in Canada or U.S.
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« Reply #38 on: October 30, 2009, 07:42:13 AM »

Add this to the impact on the oil market.

Three killed as India oil depot burns

http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/asiapcf/10/30/india.oil.depot.fire/index.html

By Harmeet Shah Singh, CNN
October 30, 2009 8:37 a.m. EDT

New Delhi, India (CNN) -- Three people were killed and six others were missing in a massive fire at an oil depot in north-western India, authorities said Friday.

The blaze, raging since Thursday evening, also left 45 people injured, five of them seriously, the oil ministry said.

Indian Oil Minister Murli Deora inspected the burning depot near Jaipur in Rajasthan state.

"Our six employees are not traceable," said N. Srikumar, a spokesman for the Indian Oil Corporation.

Indian authorities launched an investigation into the blaze, which Srikumar said apparently erupted from a pipeline.

The depot had about 426,084 barrels (50,000 kiloliters) of oil at the time of fire, he added.

"Civilians living nearby have been taken to safer places," Srikumar said. He didn't offer specifics about the numbers of evacuees.

According to the Oil Ministry, the fire was not "contained" to the depot's installation area and was expected to burn itself out as fuels burned out slowly.

The Indian Oil Corporation and its subsidiaries account for about 48 percent of petroleum-product market share and 34 percent of refining capacity in India, according to the company Web site.
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« Reply #39 on: October 30, 2009, 11:49:33 AM »



The Indian Oil Corporation and its subsidiaries account for about 48 percent of petroleum-product market share and 34 percent of refining capacity in India, according to the company Web site.

That seems like a lot of oil...  . There is another thread about this, by the way LadyDamorea. Check it out.
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