Tuesday, March 14, 2017
AT LEAST A 30 VEHICLE PILEUP ON THE 401 NEAR GANANOQUE ONTARIO-THERES ALSO A CHEMICAL LEAK ON THE SCENE.WHEN HEATED THIS TOXIC SUBSTANCE HYDROCHLORIC ACID COULD BE BIGTIME DANGEROUS.
3 And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man: and every living soul died in the sea.(enviromentalists won't like this result)
4 And the third angel poured out his vial upon the rivers and fountains of waters; and they became blood.
5 And I heard the angel of the waters say, Thou art righteous, O Lord, which art, and wast, and shalt be, because thou hast judged thus.
6 For they(False World Church and Dictator) have shed the blood of saints and prophets, and thou hast given them blood to drink; for they are worthy.
ABOUT 2PM THIS AFTERNOON. AT LEAST A 30 VEHICLE PILEUP OCCURED ON THE 401 NEAR BROCKVILLE ONTARIO. AS A RESULT OF THE SNOW STORM-HIGH WINDS AND NEAR WHITE OUT CONDITIONS AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH UP TODAY. AT LEAST 12-15 TRACTOR TRAILERS AND 30 CARS WERE INVOLVED IN THE PILEUP. AND AT LEAST ONE OF THE VEHICLES WAS A TRUCK FULL OF HYDROCHLORIC ACID. WHICH SOME HOW STARTED LEAKING. THE HAZMAT CREWS ARE ON THE SCENE. AND ALL THE PEOPLE WHO WERE SICKENED BY OR IN CONTACT WITH THE HYDROCHLORIC ACID. WERE BEING EVACUATED TO HOSPITALS IN THE AREA. THIS IS SUCH A DANGEROUS SITUATION THAT NO TOW TRUCKS ARE EVEN ALLOWED ON THE SCENE. TO GET RID OF THE DAMAGED VEHICLES. IF THIS HYDROCHLORIC ACID IS HEATED. IT WILL BE A BIG TIME DANGEROUS POISON TO PEOPLE AND THE AIR. ALL THE PEOPLE WHO NEVER CAME NEAR THE ACID-BUT WERE INVOLVED IN THE PILEUP. WERE TOLD TO STAY IN THEIR VEHICLES. AND NOT COME OUT. TILL THIS ACID IS CLEANED UP BY THE HAZMAT TEAM. POLICE ARE SAYING IT COULD TAKE TILL TOMORROW BEFORE THE ACID SPILL AND VEHICLES COULD BE CLEANED UP.
Injuries, chemical spill in pile-up on major Ontario highway, police say-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-March 14, 2017
LEEDS, Ont. — A crash involving at least 30 vehicles on a major highway east of Toronto caused a chemical spill on Tuesday, prompting police to evacuate the area.The pile-up on Highway 401 east of Kingston, Ont., involved cars and about a dozen transport trucks, provincial police Const. Sandra Barr said."One of the transports involved is leaking a toxic substance," Barr said. "As a precaution, we've done an evacuation because there are residents within the vicinity."It was not clear how many residents were involved in the evacuation or what the chemical was but first responders were dealing with the situation in white-out conditions, Barr said.No one was reported killed in the crash that happened in poor weather at about 2 p.m. ET in the area of Lansdowne, Ont., police said.However, people in need of medical attention were being sent to hospitals in Kingston and Brockville. The Kingston general hospital said it was told to expect about 10 casualties, including one person in critical condition, but gave no more details.The crash occurred in the eastbound lanes but the highway was closed in both directions around the accident site. It was not clear when the highway would reopen.Despite the poor weather conditions, that included icy roads and blowing snow, Barr said officers were trying to stop one motorist speeding at about 160 kilometres an hour on the highway that has a 100 kilometre an hour limit before the crash, but she said that incident was not related to the pileup.The Canadian Press.
Highway 401 closed near Thousand Islands after 30-vehicle crash, spill-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-March 14, 2017
Highway 401 is closed in both directions between Reynolds Road and Mallorytown Road after some 30 vehicles collided in what police described as near-whiteout conditions.OPP say the hazardous material unit has been called because some of the tractor-trailers involved in the crash were holding potentially caustic materials."One of the involved transports is leaking a toxic substance, as a precaution the area is being evacuated," said Const. Sandra Barr in a news release. "Both east and westbound 401 will be closed to allow for the investigation. Detours have been set up."Gananoque Police posted a message on their Facebook page saying according to the Leeds Fire Department, the hazardous material that leaked turns into hydrofluoric acid if exposed to heat."Hydrofluoric acid is a highly toxic, highly corrosive and poisonous solution which is harmful to skin, lungs and eyes."OPP are asking motorists at the scene to stay in their vehicles while emergency crews work on the scene.The collision happened Tuesday afternoon in the eastbound lanes of the highway at kilometre 659, which is near the exit to the Thousand Islands.About 30 vehicles, mostly tractor-trailers, were involved in the collision, according to OPP Acting Sgt. Angie Atkinson.It is not known if there are any serious injuries at the scene.
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