Atlanta I85 fire

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The Atlanta I85 bridge fire and collapse reveals flaws in all possible terms of justice. A homeless person put a chair on top of a cart and set the chair on fire starting an unimaginable fire. It appear even the fire-prevention pros across the US could not imagine the risk, because storing under bridges what fueled the intense fire is approved and common. Dear kind readers: Please take a moment to consider the common not-eyebrow-raising events that lead to the Atlanta I85 fire and bridge collapse: ONE: homeless people under a bridge start a fire TWO: road construction stuff is stored under a bridge. Sincerely, Tom Doody. I watched a vid of a resourceful blogger who google-earth toured the bridge and showed the stuff under the bridge that fueled the fire, and his google-earth tour was totally unremarkable. The stored stuff is not cause for anyone of take mention yet add a small homeless-under-bridge fire and the fire expands to unimaginable disaster. “Unimaginable” is not the right word, because Hollywood screens bridge collapses with redundancy, but when done by Hollywood it’s always dramatic-world-ending causes, and not a simple homeless fire. Whether these people are prosecuted or not means almost nothing to the millions of people inconvenienced in the months ahead. “Almost” because it’s likely one of the millions of people stuck in traffic will take pleasure knowing someone was imprisoned for creating the mess. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us


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