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RSOE EDIS EMERGENCY - Situation Update No. 10 on January 31 2016 09:02 AM (UTC)

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Damn - How come no one picked up on this earlier?

Situation Update No. 10 on January 31 2016 09:02 AM (UTC)



A catastrophic disaster is now taking place outside of Los Angeles endangering hundreds of thousands of people. officials say they have "entirely lost control of the entire (gas) field" meaning explosive methane gas is now leaking from "many places." Workers at the scene of the Porter Ranch gas field in the Aliso Canyon say some of the leaks are so loud, the hissing sound can be heard 1/2 mile away. If this continues, multiple massive explosions are very likely to take place once the methane comes into contact with the pilot light of a stove, or hot water heater. This could set off "rolling explosions a few hundred feet in the air, knocking down all the houses and buildings nearby as it goes!" Worse, toxic benzene is now also confirmed to be coming out of the ground and entering the atmosphere in such large quantities, that people can be killed merely from walking through it. Benzene can be absorbed through the skin. Once a sufficient amount enters the body, there is no treatment and no cure; all the person can do is wait to die. The graphic below was made from actual measurements of Benzene; the higher the red color goes, the worse the concentration. Fatal levels are the highest ones near the well and gas field. The photo at the top of this article shows the explosive gas cloud over hundred of homes as part of it blows toward downtown Los Angeles. If this detonates, the destruction and carnage will be unimaginable. The Leak: The largest natural gas leak ever recorded is happening now in a wealthy suburb of Los Angeles. The leak is from an old oil well being used to store natural gas under high pressure. It is the largest natural gas storage facility west of the Mississippi. A pipe inside the well has cracked and so much gas is gushing out: It's increasing California's emissions by 25%, 10,000 local residents have been evacuated, up to 5 miles away from the leak, Planes aren't allowed overhead for fear they'll blow up. The leak first started in October and the company responsible says it can't be fixed until March.

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Don't know the validity of the information in the link, but I do know that this original situation has been on thread here before, and there is no where near the media coverage that this situation warrants. Must be something or someone involved that TPTB don't want out there

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Complaints of headaches and nosebleeds
The leak above the Los Angeles neighborhood of Porter Ranch, which has sickened some residents, is enormous — one of the largest ever recorded, according to Timothy O'Connor, the Environmental Defense Fund's oil and gas director in California. It has released more than 87,000 metric tons of methane into the atmosphere since the end of October, the equivalent of more than $13 million worth of natural gas wasted or 827 million gallons of gasoline burned, according to the organization.


The escaping methane is a blow to California's position as an environmental leader. Earlier this year, Gov. Jerry Brown announced an ambitious goal of curbing greenhouse gases faster than originally planned — but now officials estimate Aliso Canyon to be responsible for 25 percent of the state's methane emissions. Brown was forced to declare a state of emergency at the beginning of the month while Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has compared the leak to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico. 

More: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/California-Methane-Leak-Aliso-Canyon-Porter-Ranch-Environmentalists-Other-Leaks-365804391.html

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