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**DRAMATIC NEW VIDEO OF SAN BRUNO GAS EXPLOSION**

 
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Unless they found out what really caused it....yawn
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mother ruuning with baby---eyes water
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I find it interesting people are just driving by and towards and even walkin towards the huge wall of fire.
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What was the person video taping in the first place?
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me too..

so horrifying to imagine being there
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Wow!


:(
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What was the person video taping in the first place?
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Stop thinking its bad for you. Seriously that is a good question, the camera was not shaking during the filming it is possible it was a CCTV, or just a security camera at a gas station or something. If neither of those are the case then, damn.
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Shit scary..
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why was the camera following the lady?
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Play this song and play the OP's video at the same time!!!
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I find it interesting people are just driving by and towards and even walkin towards the huge wall of fire.
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yah, parking right up there like it was a drive in movie. crazy.
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Notice the physical debris flying at the beginning that precedes the actual explosion?
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???
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Based on the pixelation of the zooms, I think this is fixed-position security cam footage where someone has zoomed in and then pans around within the video.

The 3-4 second delay between the debris being thrown and the actual explosion would seem consistent with a primary meteor impact triggering a secondary gas line rupture.
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???


Based on the pixelation of the zooms, I think this is fixed-position security cam footage where someone has zoomed in and then pans around within the video.

The 3-4 second delay between the debris being thrown and the actual explosion would seem consistent with a primary meteor impact triggering a secondary gas line rupture.
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Except that the explosion takes place off screen, so you can't be sure that there is any delay between the two.
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Notice the physical debris flying at the beginning that precedes the actual explosion?
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+111111111111 that is what I was just going to post...
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I find it interesting people are just driving by and towards and even walkin towards the huge wall of fire.
yah, parking right up there like it was a drive in movie. crazy.
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What the...? Bre, what are you doing here?
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???


Based on the pixelation of the zooms, I think this is fixed-position security cam footage where someone has zoomed in and then pans around within the video.

The 3-4 second delay between the debris being thrown and the actual explosion would seem consistent with a primary meteor impact triggering a secondary gas line rupture.

Except that the explosion takes place off screen, so you can't be sure that there is any delay between the two.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 973304


Sure I can. You can count the delay between when the debris first appears in frame and when the flame first appears in frame.

The shock wave from an explosion will travel in front of the fire, true. But not 3-4 seconds in front of it, when you're that close to the source. At the beginning of the video, the dust actually has time to settle a little before the actual explosion.

That's more consistent with two events. One with a large amount of kinetic energy that disturbs the scene, rupturing the gas line as a byproduct, and a second event when the ruptured line ignites.
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???


Based on the pixelation of the zooms, I think this is fixed-position security cam footage where someone has zoomed in and then pans around within the video.

The 3-4 second delay between the debris being thrown and the actual explosion would seem consistent with a primary meteor impact triggering a secondary gas line rupture.

Except that the explosion takes place off screen, so you can't be sure that there is any delay between the two.


Sure I can. You can count the delay between when the debris first appears in frame and when the flame first appears in frame.

The shock wave from an explosion will travel in front of the fire, true. But not 3-4 seconds in front of it, when you're that close to the source. At the beginning of the video, the dust actually has time to settle a little before the actual explosion.

That's more consistent with two events. One with a large amount of kinetic energy that disturbs the scene, rupturing the gas line as a byproduct, and a second event when the ruptured line ignites.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 692405

Yup, if you look at the left side of the screen you will see a flash of light cross the screen just before the debris flies into the air. Starts at about the seven second mark.
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???


Based on the pixelation of the zooms, I think this is fixed-position security cam footage where someone has zoomed in and then pans around within the video.

The 3-4 second delay between the debris being thrown and the actual explosion would seem consistent with a primary meteor impact triggering a secondary gas line rupture.

Except that the explosion takes place off screen, so you can't be sure that there is any delay between the two.


Sure I can. You can count the delay between when the debris first appears in frame and when the flame first appears in frame.

The shock wave from an explosion will travel in front of the fire, true. But not 3-4 seconds in front of it, when you're that close to the source. At the beginning of the video, the dust actually has time to settle a little before the actual explosion.

That's more consistent with two events. One with a large amount of kinetic energy that disturbs the scene, rupturing the gas line as a byproduct, and a second event when the ruptured line ignites.

Yup, if you look at the left side of the screen you will see a flash of light cross the screen just before the debris flies into the air. Starts at about the seven second mark.
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Good eye, I would have missed that. Makes me think differently now that there is this footage.
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because it's gas doesn't it go
WHOOMP!
then all the excitement
something like flame propagation, or the fire travels toward the source
i play with fire but not with that much gas
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Nice find, OP.

No blast wave that I could see.
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If I hadn't seen it I wouldn't have believed that all those people were walking, running, driving toward that massive fireball. The only reason I can think of for them doing that is maybe they had family to rescue? That was just crazy!
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Woah that was intenese- I can't believe all the people going into the fireball! I too wonder who or what was filming-- do traffic cams zoom in on people???


Based on the pixelation of the zooms, I think this is fixed-position security cam footage where someone has zoomed in and then pans around within the video.

The 3-4 second delay between the debris being thrown and the actual explosion would seem consistent with a primary meteor impact triggering a secondary gas line rupture.

Except that the explosion takes place off screen, so you can't be sure that there is any delay between the two.


Sure I can. You can count the delay between when the debris first appears in frame and when the flame first appears in frame.

The shock wave from an explosion will travel in front of the fire, true. But not 3-4 seconds in front of it, when you're that close to the source. At the beginning of the video, the dust actually has time to settle a little before the actual explosion.

That's more consistent with two events. One with a large amount of kinetic energy that disturbs the scene, rupturing the gas line as a byproduct, and a second event when the ruptured line ignites.

Yup, if you look at the left side of the screen you will see a flash of light cross the screen just before the debris flies into the air. Starts at about the seven second mark.

Good eye, I would have missed that. Makes me think differently now that there is this footage.
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It sure does.
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me too..

so horrifying to imagine being there
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I thought it was just me....
Wonder what it is about that image...the reaction was instant.

Nice find OP!

Anyone know where that came from and why they had a camera there?

I was impressed to see so many people running - I think they were going to help...the lookie lou's were walking.

Also, the police got there within a minute - I'm guessing they were in the neighborhood and saw/heard it?

The pressure needed to blow that asphalt - DAMN! I heard a number earlier today but can't remember what it was 2000 or 20000 psi? But they have drastically reduced it - I think they said it was a reduction in all pipes....but may have just been that one. I need to listen closer!

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