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The cloud appeared to be dropping a sticky substance as it moved to the southwest over the metropolitan area.
Smoke billows from a fire at a chemical plant in Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2007. The explosions and fire at the Chemcentral plant in the area known as the East Bottoms, just northeast of downtown, billowed smoke that could be seen for at least 30 miles around the city. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
Kansas City firefighters evacuate an elderly resident from her home after multiple explosions set fire to the Chemcentral plant in Kansas City, Missouri, February 7, 2007. The explosion and massive fire at the chemical storage facility near downtown Kansas City forced an evacuation and closed nearby roads, authorities and local media reports said on Wednesday. (Dave Kaup/Reuters)
A huge billowing cloud of smoke shrouds the downtown skyline of Kansas City, Mo.,Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2007, as a fire burns at a chemical plant in an industrial area of the city. The explosions and fire at the Chem Central plant in the area known as the East Bottoms, just northeast of downtown, billowed smoke that could be seen for miles. (AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa)
Originally posted by apc
Whenever I think it's died down it flares back up with another fireball. The railcars are now reportedly not in danger.
[edit on 7-2-2007 by apc]
Hope no one is downwind of that noxious cloud and breathing it in.
Originally posted by RedGolem
wow thats pretty impressive Gunman
thanks for posting it.
Has any one said what it probably is yet?
Do not do this! Mistakenly, FOX 4 picked up the debris to show you what's falling from the sky. Now, we know not to pick it up.