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Re: Train derailment and fire

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12-30-2013 17:01:09

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This fall a pipe line by Tioga let go and when the farmer that JUST HAPPENED TO BE COMBININD HIS CROP started driveing in OIL,,, :roll: :roll: :roll: Oh look ma,,,,We got oil on our land,,,About 40 acres wourth....Oil company dident even know they had a leak Personely im not all that thrilled on pipe lines eather...
At least not on my land..
Got one that crosses 2 of my quarters and i know about what presher they run at and you better not ever hook one or hav it let go when your farming over it as you WILL NOT be back tomorow..
But what do u do...I like to have gas to put in my pikup also :lol: :lol: :lol:[/quote]

I know about the spill out there. Got a niece living in Tioga. That was a spill but not a spill/fire/explosions. Someone dropped the ball on that spill. And I not a huge fan of pipe lines but it's safer than rail.

Gene yea one and the same.


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12-30-2013 20:11:57

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 Re: Train derailment and fire in reply to oldtanker, 12-30-2013 17:01:09  
I spent some time up in Tioga a couple years ago. Cut a bunch of wheat from there south to the lake. Spent more time waiting on the rain to quit than cutting wheat though. Felt too much like winter already in September.

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