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  1. zzmoore

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    ... at the refinery's.?
    Good luck to you.
    Horrible timing for that bomb train and the explosion at...was it Exxon/Torrance.?
    Hopefully none of TGP members (or any members of anything :)) were involved in that either.
     
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    USW in Indiana but this is the first i've heard of it. mojo to the people in the area.
     
  3. Lance

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    Indiana's own, Lincoln Carryouts Steelworker Special.

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    At Exxon Torrance, only one worker was hospitalized with a knee injury and there were 3 other workers with minor injuries, which is a really lucky because that refinery is right near a residential neighborhood and not that far from a school...the train in WVa is far worse...
     
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    link for what.?.....Exxon Refinery Explosion.?
    Just highlight that ^^^^^^^
    I am sure there will be several.

    As Pete says.....they are lucky half the town is not at hospital, like happened in Richmond/Oakland.
     
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    I am surprised but very thankful that no one was seriously hurt or killed.
    The explosion registered a full point on the Richter scale at cal north ridge.
    Could of been a lot worse. Oh, and gas has gone up $.15 about an hour after in my neck of the dirt lot.
     
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    Man.....and that horrible Bakken Crude that blew up in the east. A bad day for oil trains (again).
     

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