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More than 8,000 personnel from Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and South Carolina will take part in the exercise from March 27 through April 2 in various locations around Georgia
originally posted by: buddha
another group (we can not name on this group!)!
had a lot of news film.
you could see Non of the fire fighters
using fire hoses ON the fire?
the wire had a flash point of 450'c
only sins 911 has rebar concrete
been destroyer by low temp fire.
1 min in look at the flames? that is not a cable fire.
only after it falls down. do the put the fire out.
WHY is this the only video on the post?
originally posted by: FissionSurplus
a reply to: buddha
This video, right in the beginning, is just like the others.....you hear the helicopter, you see the smoke, there's a 'blip' of silence and then it picks up again, after the bridge is down. I find this odd, to say the least.
The original Hwy 85 (now referred to as the Buford-Spring Connector) is still in place and was opened to traffic over the weekend.
Over the weekend the State reconfigured I-85 northbound near Peachtree, allowing two lanes of traffic to use the Buford Spring Connector. By 7 a.m. Monday, that road was gridlocked. Officials reminded drivers they should only use the Buford Spring Connector for local traffic.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: CreationBro
The materials had been under the bridge for years. They were stored there along with other construction materials. He didn't "light a giant fire", he lit a fire and it spread and ignited the construction materials.
I guess all those truck fires in recent years are suspicious too, because most of those collapsed nicely too.