Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Massive Natural gas explosion in Country Club Plaza leaves residents confused

A massive explosion ripped through the Country Club Plaza last night and leveled a popular restaurant.  JJ's restaurant was reduced to a pile of rubble when a huge fireball ripped through the restaurant shortly after closing.  As of this morning it appears that one person is still missing and there were fourteen people injured all together, seven treated and released, seven still in the hospital, two were listed in critical condition.

The Mayor himself came down to the scene of the fire and did a short walk through.  He stressed that the primary focuse in the immediate future would be to find the missing worker who was seen at the restaurant shortly before the blast.

Friends that live close by the plaza took photos and made calls to loved ones confirming that they were all right.  The blast was heard and felt for quite a distance from where it originated.  One friend texted, saying that the blast was so loud and for forceful, "it felt like a car ran into our house from the explosion."

Below are the pictures that friends of mine took from the aftermath. Which had most people in the neighborhood wondering what was going on and if their homes were in danger.

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