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Originally posted by MacKiller
Great pictures Smith
Originally posted by justyc
wow - i was round that area last night & there were police cars whizzing around all over the place with their sirens going of
Originally posted by Kidfinger
So these things are falling all over the place? Is it just in America, or all over the world? The BBC link above showed worries about the rise in meteor activity this month. Military must be afraid we would panic over this and thats why no reports are coming in.
October, 30, 2004
Dolton, Devon, United Kingdom
Green obect moving across sky.
Date Posted: 10/31/2004 11:22:30 AM
Sighting Time: 01.30
Duration: 1 Minute
No. of Witnesses: 1
Urban or Rural: Rural
No. of Object(s): Single
Size of Object(s): About 1/2 moon size
Distance to Object(s): at least to the earths atmosphere
Shape of Object(s): Oval
Color of Object(s): Green
Full Description & Details
I had trouble sleeping so i pulled back my curtain (my bed is next to the window) and looked up at the sky and saw a green object moving across the sky, at some points it was only just visible through the clouds. I grabbed my phone and took a photo of it using the camera on my phone. Not long after it disappeared out of the view from my window.
Originally posted by Indellkoffer
I'm getting calls from other soccer league moms here in Trenton saying that we should stay indoors.
Does ANYONE have any details? Is this some kind of chemical spill?
By KATHLEEN G. SUTCLIFFE
CARTERET: A tank containing 450,000 gallons of a caustic liquid imploded yesterday at the Kinder Morgan facility off Industrial Road, emptying its contents onto the ground and into the waters of the Arthur Kill.
Three Kinder Morgan employees were transported to Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston and treated for minor injuries.
Two of the employees were treated and released, a company spokesman said. A third was held for further observation.
Company officials said the spill presented no immediate threat to the community. No residents were evacuated, said Carteret Mayor Daniel Reiman.
The pier at Carteret's waterfront park, about 1 mile from the spill, has been closed to fishing indefinitely, Reiman said.
"We can anticipate some fish kill in the surrounding area," Reiman said.
The tank contained a sodium hydroxide solution mixed with equal parts water, said Frank Marrocco, Kinder Morgan's Regional Vice President of Northeast operations. The substance is used to treat wastewater, he said.
Company officials could not say how much of the liquid spilled into the Arthur Kill and did not know how much was contained within the tank's dyke.