What is it with Europe and fireworks factory disasters? It seems that they always come from either Scandinavia or the Netherlands.
That's where we make 'em in the old world.
So...your Indian Reservations are like...really white?
|Innocent Bystander |
Happy Valentine's Day!
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"One firefighter died; seven from the rescue team as well as 17 locals were injured. In addition 34 rescuers, 8 police officers and 27 from the Danish Emergency Management Agency were treated for smoke inhalation. The evacuation of 2,000 people from the immediate surrounding area saved many lives. Eight fire and rescue vehicles were also destroyed.
The surrounding area was badly hit by the explosion with 355 houses reported damaged, and 176 of them rendered uninhabitable. In total 2,107 buildings were damaged by the explosion, with the cost of the damage estimated at € 100 million."
they got off pretty lightly in my opinion, would have expected it to be far worse based on the magnitude of the explosion. Sounds like the safety and rescue folks had their shit together.
Sounds like rice krispies.
Man, who keeps getting fountains?
Love, love, LOOOVE!!
|Corpus Delectable |
"Death by explosion in fireworks factory" is the new clown rape. It's funny to everyone except the victim.
Ok, maybe it's funny for the victim for a moment or two here and there.
I mean seriously? A clown?
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
That's how my asshole feels after I ingest some Taco Bell.
Am i the only one wondering how a high cost-of-labor country like Denmark can even have a fireworks factory? Wait. That's it. This is all part of an insurance claim.
Now HERE's one that would belong to the "Accidents and Explosions" category.
Yeah well I still feel guilty
|Caminante Nocturno |
0:06: Not me, the factory, the factory!
I hope someone gets this.
|Jet Bin Fever |
This is pretty much a firefighter's worst nightmare, second only perhaps to underground fueltank/mine explosion.
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