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Crews on the Scene of an Explosion in NE Oklahoma City

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posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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Not in Waco, TX. In the city of West, Texas, which is about 50 miles from Waco. It certainly makes you think, with everything going on, but I would think if these were coordinated attacks, why a small town like West? Boston is understandable. OKC is understandable. West?




posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 02:24 PM
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And guess what! There was a drill for that too >.>
"North Hills Hospital is proud to be hosting one of the largest emergency preparedness drills ever held in the state of Texas this week."

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northhillshospital.wordpress.com...



posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 02:57 PM
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Originally posted by kathael
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And guess what! There was a drill for that too >.>
"North Hills Hospital is proud to be hosting one of the largest emergency preparedness drills ever held in the state of Texas this week."

Source:
northhillshospital.wordpress.com...


Well, not really. I mean if you consider a hospital in a town almost 90 miles from where the explosion took place more than a simple coincidence. It's not like they were right there or anything. Also, you should probably know that Texas runs disaster response drills pretty frequently, because, well, you like to have your people well trained. IN fact, during every NFL off season, the parking areas of Cowboys Stadium is used for many different drills.

Now the drill you are referring to, besides being 90 miles away, was already scheduled but had not yet happened prior to the explosion. They cancelled the drill because they had to send those response units to help out in West.



 
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