UPDATE: Fireman bunker gear exposed could catch fire if they have to respond before they can get the gear “cleaned” as it is hazardous to wear in its present “exposed” state.
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Subject: update Grady OK firemen’s bunker gear now hazardous
On 1/13/2016 a fire at a fracking site in Oklahoma had two conflicting bits of info on social media…on twitter they said they were “completing” a well…this updated news report with footage said they were “fracking”.
Some folks call fracking “completing”. After all the trucks go away, they have a rig that drills out the plugs and pulls up the equipment; later they connect it to the sales line and then the well is officially in “production”.
This well was being fracked (all the trucks you can see lined up) for sure. They said that the well was “shut in”…I’ve heard that they do not install the blow out preventer until the well is
“finished” (whatever stage that means), so I do not know how the well was shut in without a blow out preventer…#learning every day!
Here is some of the local Texas footage on CBSDFW11 and WFAA…