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Outlaw Racing Fuels Semi Truck and Trailer stolen friday night from a Motocross Track in Nevada, Homeland security has been notified, Truck was possibly seen on Hwy 95 heading towards Las Vegas Nevada. Logandale area or Henderson Nevada. Trailer has Outlaw Logo On side truck has Racer For Christ on Tractor, Semi is White with silver fenders. Anyone seeing this unit please notify The Douglas County Sheriff Office Garnerville Nevada, or The Nevada Highway Patrol. Markings 23 foot Harley Davidson Destroyer Motorcycle and Logo on side Lift gate to rear of tractor. Placards on side of trailer Reward Offer Trailer has Fuel in it Call ...Outlaw Racing 775-782-7787
Originally posted by punkinworks
reply to post by stealthyone
I was at that race, it was the las vegas to reno 1,000 mile off road race.
i saw that truck friday morning.
It must have been stolen from the pit area on friday night.
We started in beatty nv on thursday and raced to tonapah, then friday was from tonapah to hawthorne, sat from hawthorne to reno.
IT WAS NOT NITROMETHANE,
It was carrying gasoline, for race teams.
And the Ok city bomb was made from diesel fuel and ammonium nitrate(fertilizer).
Bombing Main article: Oklahoma City bombing Working at a lakeside campground near McVeigh's old Army post, he and Nichols constructed an ANNM explosive device mounted in the back of a rented Ryder truck. This site was regarded as suitable because a moving truck would not seem out of place, given the transient population of the area. The bomb consisted of about 5,000 pounds (2,300 kg) of ammonium nitrate (an agricultural fertilizer) and nitromethane, a motor-racing fuel. On April 19, 1995 McVeigh drove the truck to the front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building just as its offices and day care center opened for the day. Prosecutors said McVeigh ran away from the truck after he ignited two time fuses; one was a two-minute fuse, and another was a backup of five minutes. At 9:02 a.m., a massive explosion destroyed the north half of the building. The explosion was so powerful that McVeigh, who was jogging away from the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, was lifted off the ground. The explosion killed 168 people, and 450 were injured. Nineteen of the victims were small children in the day care center on the ground floor of the building.