posted on Nov, 30 2009 @ 12:33 PM
reply to post by NewWorldDisorder
While cannibalman's reply may have been unnecessarily crude, he has a great point.
What we know:
These would seem to suggest that a car hit a utility pole. Seeing that this is a common occurrence, common sense would tell you that's what it
probably was. Obviously those fire trucks and ambulances were going somewhere
-- i.e., they just weren't driving around aimlessly, so
perhaps the OP should find out where they went (this would be public information).
...and perhaps you
didn't mention a conspiracy, but the OP suggested it.
The OP said he didn't hear anything about it on the news, so he described that fact as a "Media Blackout" -- a term that connotes 'conspiracy',
or at least "intention". However, perhaps it was not an intentional media blackout, but a story of another car hitting a pole was not thought to be
newsworthy -- especially if the power came back on so quickly. The transformer on the pole may have "tripped its circuit breaker", but it was not
damaged otherwise. This could mean that the car accident was not that major (ambulances and fire crews would still be dispatched as it is S.O.P.)
I know the OP has confirmed that it was a car in this case, but another cause for a case like this could be a small electrical fire in a house. Some
sort of power spike could have "tripped the breaker" in the transformer and caused a small electrical fire in a house. The tripping of the breaker
would explain the power failure, and the fire would the ambulance and fire truck. If the fire was small and didn't hurt anyone, then it probably
would not be deemed "newsworthy".
[edit on 11/30/2009 by Soylent Green Is People]