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Beach rocks in woman's pocket catch fire, severely burning her

 
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Beach rocks in woman's pocket catch fire, severely burning her
Rocks that a woman was carrying in her cargo shorts caught fire after a trip to a California beach, leaving her with severe burns, and authorities are investigating whether phosphorous on the stones is to blame.


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This image provided by the Orange County Health Care Agency shows rocks picked up on a Southern California beach by a woman, which later ignited inside her shorts, leaving her with severe burns. Authorities say phosphorous may have coated these beach rocks.


Authorities say the woman was carrying stones that her children picked up during a family trip to Trestles Beach at San Onofre State Beach on Saturday.

As the 43-year-old woman stood in the kitchen about an hour after returning her San Clemente home, her shorts caught fire, the Orange County Register reported. Here's the Register's description of the panicked scene, citing Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Marc Stone:

The woman tried to stop, drop and roll but was unsuccessful in getting the flames out, Stone said.

Her husband also tried to help and got second-degree burns when he tried to pull the shorts off, Stone said. The rocks, described as small, the size of a hamburger patty, smooth and orange and green in color, fell from the shorts onto the floor and continued to burn the wood floor and fill the house with smoke
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Re: Beach rocks in woman's pocket catch fire, severely burning her
ill take a guess its shit washing ashore from fuckasheema
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Re: Beach rocks in woman's pocket catch fire, severely burning her
Interesting!
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ill take a guess its shit washing ashore from fuckasheema
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16168966


More likely something along the lines of Greek Fire. Maybe phosphorous.
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HeyLilBug

Interesting this thread is! Hmmmmm

I think phosphorous too at first, but the volatility of it makes you wonder how it didn't burn b4 sittin in her pockets...hmmmmm...
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HeyLilBug

Interesting this thread is! Hmmmmm

I think phosphorous too at first, but the volatility of it makes you wonder how it didn't burn b4 sittin in her pockets...hmmmmm...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5028399


Wasn't there another similar story a couple of years ago? I do remember something along these lines, but I can't find the story. Anyone remember it?
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Re: Beach rocks in woman's pocket catch fire, severely burning her
AUTHORITIES in Southern California are investigating what appears to be the spontaneous combustion of rocks scooped from a San Clemente Beach that left a woman with third-degree burns.

Authorities didn't provide any details about what would have caused the rocks to ignite. Capt. Stone said it should take health authorities a week to complete their investigation.


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 Quoting: Little Bug for a Pet


His name is Captain STONE? Oh please give me a break.
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HeyLilBug

Interesting this thread is! Hmmmmm

I think phosphorous too at first, but the volatility of it makes you wonder how it didn't burn b4 sittin in her pockets...hmmmmm...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5028399


What about sodium ? Doesn't that ignite in the presence of water ?
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HeyLilBug

Interesting this thread is! Hmmmmm

I think phosphorous too at first, but the volatility of it makes you wonder how it didn't burn b4 sittin in her pockets...hmmmmm...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5028399


her body heat and the friction of her tight jeans or booty shorts against her thighs... as she squirmed...

"oh, oh, I feel hot" she moaned,..
" OMG! OMG! I'm on fire!"
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Phosphorus? Sodium? Brimstone? Maybe just a little debris from Japan? Who knows, but my guess is "they" will come up with some B.S. story to hide the truth. Or else nothing else will be said about it and the story will "fade away"
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