I found this on YouTube while doing some research of the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion. Any thoughts?

Some of the audio is very choppy and unreadable.

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Here's the link to the video: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=4gFjxopmJn0

Nothing unusual. The initial call appears to come from a firefighter via his radio, then the first arriving company gives a size-up and asks for mutual aid. You can sense the urgency when they realize how advanced the fire is and its proximity to the ammonium nitrate storage.

I couldn't play the one off the link above but found several others. Here's a good one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=an9Nudxeo4Y

The most moving part for me was thinking about how these were the last words spoken by a couple of these guys.

You might not be able to view it because I use an iPad. The clip in the link starts out with a firefighter saying there was an explosion. The sense of urgency In all the firefighters voices was moving as well. I can imagine what it must've been like for then. Thanks for the link, Norm. I'll check it out right now.

More coverage on the other side of the site, FY.

FFN

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