Texas Fertilizer Plant Hit by a Missile?

I can’t tell what happened, but this is very odd

This plant was in a lawsuit with Monsanto.  That does not make Monsanto responsible or guilty for this massive explosion, but it is true nonetheless.  More news is coming out about this explosion that rocked the town of West Texas. Compare that video to this one in outcome and sound:

Mass Casualty Drill On Same Day As Waco Explosion

RAC

North Hills Hospital is proud to be hosting one of the largest emergency preparedness drills ever held in the state of Texas this week. We will be partnering with the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC) and first responders from throughout North Texas to test our equipment and processes so that when a real disaster happens, we’re all ready to respond.

This drill is even timelier in the wake of the bombings at Monday’s Boston Marathon. Our prayers go out to the victims involved, and we are proud of the first responders – EMS, fire, police, race workers, and hospital staff – who so bravely cared for the injured.

If you live near North Hills Hospital, you will see a lot of activity in our parking lots over the next three days as the NCTTRAC sets up a mobile 140-bed hospital, along with dozens of ambulances, several AMBUS (multi-patient ambulances), and helicopters. This is only a drill and will simulate a hospital evacuation, something that might be necessary in the event of a tornado, hurricane, earthquake, or prolonged power failure.

This hospital is only 81 miles from West, Texas where the fertilizer plant explosion occured and mass casualties have happened.   Coincidence?  SOURCE

ANOTHER FREAKING DRILL?!?

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