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The underground cables, protected by manhole covers, were cut shortly before 1:30 a.m. in two locations along Monterey Highway, Smith said. Some of the cables, comprised of bundled fiber optic cords, were cut near Monterey Highway and Coyote Ranch Road, AT&T spokesman George Ross said. He said the cables there are AT&T lines but that some other service providers piggyback off of them. A number of South Bay customers lost landline and cellphone service, and the damage also initially knocked out some 911 call systems in the area. Find this at Prepper Podcast Radio Network Vandalism At San Jose PG&E Substation Called ‘Sabotage’ | Prepper Podcast Radio Network www.prepperpodcast.com... Follow us: @Prepperpodcast on Twitter
West Fertilizer Co. reported having as much as 54,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia on hand in an emergency planning report required of facilities that use toxic or hazardous chemicals. But the report, reviewed Wednesday night by The Dallas Morning News, stated “no” under fire or explosive risks. The worst possible scenario, the report said, would be a 10-minute release of ammonia gas that would kill or injure no one. The second worst possibility projected was a leak from a broken hose used to transfer the product, again causing no injuries.