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Cause Of Fire At Plant Sought

Weekend blaze damages new Blue Racer processor

September 24, 2013

NATRIUM — Investigators remained on scene Monday trying to determine what caused a fire at the Blue Racer Midstream processing plant in Marshall County early Saturday....

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getsmart

Sep-24-13 2:23 PM

And I meant the Jason Smith who used to play for the Ottawa senators, that was one smart man

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getsmart

Sep-24-13 2:14 PM

You know what old jack Burton said, Jason Smith could figure out what happened

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getsmart

Sep-24-13 2:13 PM

You know what old jack Burton said, Jason Smith could figure out what happened

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TrollSlayer

Sep-24-13 1:08 PM

... well, maybe you need to understand that methane occurs naturally in strata close to the water table. And maybe you need to understand that igniting the methane in your water doesn’t prove the gas in it came from shale gas wells.

But it sure does rile up the loons. LOL

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acousticportal

Sep-24-13 12:26 PM

If the water you're using to put out a fire is part methane...well...

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TrollSlayer

Sep-24-13 9:50 AM

RRafael2, do you still have one of those dangerous natural gas pipes running to your home? Do you still heat your home with dangerous natural gas? That stuff is explosive. Why do you endanger your neighbors kids with it? Hypocrite.

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RRafael2

Sep-24-13 9:40 AM

Notice in this news story how carefully any mention of what they DO here in this industrial plant is NOT mentioned? It's processing NATURAL GAS. Hmm. Wonder why THAT might burst into flames? Also, please note that the fire was reported by a sheriff's deputy, NOT the employees of the plant. So much for their quick response. We are thankful no one was injured, and we are grateful to our volunteer firefighters who risked their own safety to extinguish this companies industrial accident.

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DisplacedWVian

Sep-24-13 8:16 AM

Oxygen + Heat + Fuel = FIRE!!!

There, I solved it.

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mikeyd

Sep-24-13 6:58 AM

a cop reported the fire and our fire departments put it out.what did your people do that was so outstanding?they didn't even report the fire.

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