So yesterday I got told I wrote about the fertilizer explosion in Waco that we found a video of like I was ‘an exited (sic) six year old’ which might have been the best compliment I’ve ever received. Thanks for that Matthew J Heritage (cool name by the way, are you trying to be the next Michael J Fox or something? Give it up) but I don’t know if a six year old could spell excited. Oh wait, that was Matthew J Heritage that couldn’t spell excited not me. Maybe learn to spell before you start dissing me, kay?
Anyway, I’m not gonna lie I was pretty excited when I wrote that because the explosion was awesome and it got caught on video and it was cool. If you missed it yesterday check out the Waco fertilizer plant explosion here. We only really showed you the explosion though and detailed the damage that had been caused by the explosion but we didn’t really show you any pictures of the devastation that the explosion had caused over in Texas. So now here are a bunch of pictures we’ve managed to find of the remains of the Waco fertilizer plant and the surrounding area as well as some during the explosion and prior to it.
Again, it makes me really glad that I wasn’t anywhere near any of this when it all went down yesterday, but then the chances of me ever visiting Waco are probably pretty slim. Everyone at Sick Chirpse hopes that everyone over in Waco is OK and wasn’t hit too hard by this, although obviously the fact that 15 people died and four blocks worth of houses and businesses got completely totalled means that this won’t be the case. Hopefully they get back on their feet soon. Here are the pictures:
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