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Orange County - Anaheim major TC/semi explsion

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rananthony04

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LONG entry indeed, as well as a lengthy investigation. Just got back from the 11-44 on the 91 fwy. If you were watching the news, you would see that the car was pinned underneath that trailer and was charred beyond recognition, as well as the person inside ( who probably could have escaped (with help of course) had there been no flames.) As of now, the mostly skeletal remains will be marked as a Doe.
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I was in the area and saw theT/C ,at the same time there was a working structer fire at the AT&T Building near by,there was a littel confusion between the dispatcher and the engine co responding to the structer fire.One of the engine responding to the fire came across the T/C.
 
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Someone with a camera managed to snap a few pics soon after the accident, even before crews arrived. Those flames looked ferocious, there was NO way anyone was comming out of there alive.
 
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