Burnaby BC: Mass Decontamination after Meth PreCursor Chemical Spill?
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
The Chemical spill which happened yesterday, was far more serious than many believed.
Here is a tidbit the Newspaper didn't tell you, most likely because they have no idea of what palladium chloride is used for, at least the Illegal side of it, when it comes to making P2P in making Methamphetamine.
Unless these two individuals were making Power Cells, like the nearby Ballard Power Labs down the road, which is highly unlikely, I can only come to the conclusion what their intent was for in the use of this chemical.
By the way, I was in the immediate neighbourhood at a safe distance, and noticed the City of Vancouver Hazmat Truck, though Burnaby Firefighters are trained in Hazmat, I do not think the City has their own Hazmat Truck, at least not recently, but I could be wrong.
Police took the "Two Scumbags Rat Bastards" into custody, whose truck flipped with this chemical, a chemical in amounts so great, that it's toxic properties if disperse into the air, well let's just say if the scenario took a turn for the worse, you could pretty well say goodbye to the immediate neighbourhood of "Looky Loos" for a while as they get decontaminated and get immediate medical attention.
Once released from Hospital, the "Looky Loos" get on with their lives until a couple of years down the road wonder how come they and their neighbours who were also "Looky Loos" at the accident scene, all have Leukemia, Cancerous Tumors, etc.
How's that for neighbourhood genocide.
Makes one wonder where these Guys got these chemicals, it is not like they are readily available at the local Walgreens or Shoppers Drug Mart.
I am looking at our "Porous Canadian Ports" where it seems anything can get smuggled into this country for a price.
If these two guys are released on Bail, by our Justice System, well I think the neighbourhood of Burnaby should be looking at any of the number of law firms to sue someone's ASS.
Mass decontamination for emergency crews attending Burnaby accidentDavid Carrigg, The ProvincePublished: Tuesday, June 03, 2008
At least a dozen emergency personnel were decontaminated on Monday after a truck crash involving a potentially deadly chemical.
Chief Tom McEwen, of the Vancouver Fire Department, said his department's Hazardous Materials team was called to the crash scene on Boundary Road in Burnaby between Rumble Street and Marine Way after the chemical danger became apparent.
"It's very serious," McEwen said. "All the emergency crews were exposed, including Burnaby fire, RCMP and B.C. Ambulance Service."