Friday, June 29, 2007

I Suspect Thermite

This is a bit old, but I missed it when it came out. Sadly, several firefighters died as a result. Perhaps someone should let Richard Gage and the Architects and Engineers for 9/11 "Truth" know that fire cannot cause steel buildings to collapse. So I guess these guys aren't really dead.

Capt. Ralph Linderman of the St. Andrews Fire Department said the blaze was the hottest he could recall in three decades of firefighting. "That fire bent steel like a wet noodle," he said.

Four employees were in the store when the fire started. Two firefighters freed a worker who was trapped in a repair workshop near the building's east side by cutting a hole in the side of the metal building.

Meanwhile, thick, black smoke was filling the showroom, leaving firefighters disoriented as they struggled to find their way through a jumble of sofas, beds and other furniture.

How could the building have possibly collapsed with those black smoked oxygen starved fires?

H/T 911 Myths

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