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A roaring explosion that leveled two homes and set two others ablaze in a huge fire forced about 200 people from an Indianapolis neighborhood where two people were killed, authorities said Sunday. The powerful nighttime blast shattered windows, crumpled walls and inflicted other damage on at least 14 other homes. Read more: nation.time.com...
Originally posted by baddmove
sorry Jude but we are all over it here..
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by jude11
It's the same one... The sonic boom thread it what caught many people's notice to flip on radio-reference feeds and see why people in Indy were reporting an explosion heard for many many miles around. lol.... Quite a thing to see pop up at that time of a Saturday night.
First responders also made reference to "Secondary Device" concerns in the early response period. So...I can sure see why questions persist. In daylight now? It's bad..but not as bad as it sounded or looked in the middle of the night. It looks like what they say it is. The radio traffic showed how scared and confused even the commanders were though. Someone hitting their garage wall was even reported as a structural collapse and immediately had commanders at the gas explosion pulling everyone back...one order followed the other report by a moment or so..hence why I call it connected. It was a sheepish guy who came back on a few minutes later to report what "collapse" actually meant by a few bricks falling down. Err....... So much for early reporting ever being 100% accurate.