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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Billy Ball, Apr 8, 2015.
confined spaces are so scary. We have extra procedures to follow with oil/water tanks in the oilfield because of their combustibility like this. One spark near a fume and the whole thing can get sent sky high
Where did the dude actually end up? Is that him on the ground behind and off to the right?
I, think, he got blown to bits.
No you can see him fall back down, to the left between the two white things
Well I think.
I thought that was pieces of him falling down at the end.
Damn glad that guy had his hard hat on
It's ok! I think he made it!
I have reviewed the film, and his entire body goes flying when he gets hit by the blast. Can confirm his body did not come down a few feet from the apparatus.
That’s part of his shirt that came down next to the wall just behind where he had been standing? Looks like a white garment.
Last thing I see fall at the left 1/4 of the screen is the hard hat.
Yep. A lot of the debris is stuff knocked loose by his body hitting the structure at high speed.
dude in the new man on the moon
Yeah. Looks like they need to clean their overheads. Well, I guess now they really need to clean them.
That’s fake but it got me dizzy for a second
He suffocated would be my guess.
looked like he was climbing out at the end of the video to me
All I could see at the end was the load getting dumped.
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On my phone the dump is all I see.
That's TMB for ya.
Damn, I mean, that is just some really fucking shitty luck
That happened in NJ, the attendant and two people in the parked car, a father and son, died. The under the influence driver lived, because this world is terrible.
from the comments:
How much for them rims ??
Gas stations still have attendants?
Don't think you can pump your own gas in NJ.
I always laugh in SC you can legally be old enough to drive by yourself but not legally old enough to pump gas.
NJ and I think Oregon, but that may have changed.
NJ hasn't. I couldn't pump my own gas last time i was there.
That's awful. At least the attendant never knew what hit him.
Why is this?
In NJ? No clue
In SC? You can drive alone at 15 1/2 and have to be 16 to pump gas
Happened in Wayne NJ. Terrible. Father and son and the attendant. Driver lived.
The dude likes to shoot up and go for a drive. Damn shame he was resuscitated back during the 2016 crash.
Vanderee was convicted in similar incident in 2016, had to be revived with Narcan twice
PATERSON -- The 29-year-old Vernon man accused of overdosing on drugs as his vehicle careened into a gas station on Route 23 in Wayne, killing three people, will remain jailed pending trial.
Jason Vanderee, wearing green prison garb, sighed heavily and looked at the floor throughout most of the roughly hour-long hearing before Superior Court Judge Ernest M. Caposela rendered his decision Monday. His attorney, John Latoracca, stood at his side as they faced a swarm of media cameras in the Passaic County Courthouse.
Vanderee required a dose of Narcan when medical crews arrived at the scene of the Feb. 19 crash. Authorities say he was high when his vehicle veered off Route 23 north and crashed into the Delta gas station, sheering off the roof of a Chevrolet Camaro and killing Jon Warbeck, 50, of Fair Lawn, and Luke Warbeck, 17, of Lincoln Park, inside. Also killed was gas station attendant, Lovedeep Fatra, 22, of Pequannock.
Assistant Prosecutor Julie Serfess indicated police found several empty suspected heroin glassine folds and nine full glassine bags of heroin in Vanderee's Honda Pilot following the crash. A used hypodermic needle was also found on the floorboard.
Serfess also said a toxicology report taken from Vanderee at 11:09 a.m. determined he had in his system cocaine, opiates and benzodiazepines, drugs primarily used to treat anxiety.
Latoracca didn't argue against Vanderee's detainment, stating that "out of respect for the victims' families," Vanderee didn't want to.
While he stated Vanderee has struggled with drug addiction for "at least a decade," Latoracca said it will be up to the criminal justice system to determine if the crash was a crime or a horrible accident, noting it's possible Vanderee could have suffered a "medical episode" at the time of the crash.
"It doesn't change the fact, however, that Jason feels an overwhelming responsibility for the deaths," Latoracca stated. "His level of remorse is profound."
Charges Vanderee is facing include three counts of first-degree aggravated manslaughter, three counts of first-degree death by auto while driving intoxicated and three counts of death by auto.
Murder is the only charge that has the presumption of incarceration, according to New Jersey's 2017 bail reform.
Serfess, in arguing the state's case, detailed Vanderee's only prior arrest in Nov. 3, 2016, which was similar.
Around 11 a.m. on that date, police say Vanderee was traveling on Route 80 west in Fairfield when he crossed over a lane of traffic and struck a guardrail. When Fairfield police arrived on the scene, Vanderee was unconscious behind the wheel without a pulse, Serfess stated in court.
Suspecting an overdose, the emergency medical technicians with the Fairfield ambulance squad revived Vanderee with two doses of naloxene, and after 15 minutes, he had a faint pulse, Serfess said. Police retrieved 20 bags of heroin and syringes from his Subaru and Vanderee was charged with driving while under the influence and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Following the incident, Serfess said Vanderee told police, "I was driving in the left lane and injected numerous bags of heroin. All of a sudden, I felt something was wrong and I don't know what was happening next."
Vanderee pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence in 2017 and a judge suspended his license for seven months. The drug charges were dropped as part of the plea.
There's a photo of father and son on this site as well as one of the attendant. Here's Harry the Horse:
Fuck that guy. That's just horrible.
Dad was taking the kid to the DMV to take his driver's test :(
Which poster is this? I mean that has to he a tmb og
This is one of those times where maybe prison time for non-violent drug offenders would have saved lives.