i do think it sounded cool, and i love halo, but i dont want anyone fucking around in those tanks, i know why its so dangerous...
ChemMatters April 2011
It’s easy to see what attracted Devon Byrd and Wade White to the rural oil production facility near their homes in Carnes, Miss. The collection of large storage tanks, used to collect crude oil from a nearby well, was isolated, unmanned, and wide open for anyone to visit. A wooden stairway provided access to a catwalk on top of the tanks. It’s not known what Devon and Wade were doing there, but it was common for teenagers in the area to use sites such as this one to share a pack of cigarettes or just socialize.
What’s clear is what happened next: At approximately 4 a.m. on October 31, 2009, one of the tanks exploded. The explosion propelled the huge tank 75 yards through the air and blew the two young men 40 yards. Both were killed as a result of blunt force injuries they suffered when the tank exploded.
Perhaps the most shocking fact about the accident was the total absence of any warning signs, fences, gates, or any other security measure to discourage entry. Since there were no surviving witnesses, there was no way to determine what ignited the tank.
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Tags: Halo theme vid, Dangers of tanks, confined spaces
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