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In the latest crash, Ventura County ...
www.paradisepost.com, 2 Mar 2015 [cached]
In the latest crash, Ventura County Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery says the two people abandoned their compact car before the train ran into it.
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Lindbery says an ambulance responded to the scene, but was released when there were no injured to transport.
Smoke billows above the scene of ...
www.chron.com, 18 Nov 2014 [cached]
Smoke billows above the scene of a fire at the Santa Paula Waste Water Company near Santa Paula , Calif., agricultural fields Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. The incident began when a vacuum truck exploded at the facility around 3:45 a.m. The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. Firefighters were allowing spot fires to consume the substance that ignited. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT Photo: Anthony Plascencia, AP / Ventura County Star
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The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. Firefighters were allowing spot fires to consume the substance that ignited. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT Hazardous materials firefighter crews responded to Ventura County Medical Center, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, in Ventura, Calif., after emergency personnel who came into contact with the injured people at a chemical explosion in Santa Paula were being decontaminated. The hospital is using white tents outside to treat victims. The incident began when a vacuum truck exploded at the Santa Paula Waste Water Company around 3:45 a.m. The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT Photo: Juan Carlo, AP / Ventura County Star
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The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT Medical personnel at the Ventura County Medical Center, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, in Ventura, Calif., decontaminate emergency personnel who came into contact with the injured people at a chemical explosion in Santa Paula. The hospital is using white tents outside to treat them. The incident began when a vacuum truck exploded at the Santa Paula Waste Water Company around 3:45 a.m. The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT Photo: Juan Carlo, AP / Ventura County Star
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The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT
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Smoke billows above the scene of a fire at the Santa Paula Waste Water Company near Santa Paula , Calif., agricultural fields Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. The incident began when a vacuum truck exploded at the facility around 3:45 a.m. The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. Firefighters were allowing spot fires to consume the substance that ignited. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT Hazardous materials firefighter crews responded to Ventura County Medical Center, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, in Ventura, Calif., after emergency personnel who came into contact with the injured people at a chemical explosion in Santa Paula were being decontaminated. The hospital is using white tents outside to treat victims. The incident began when a vacuum truck exploded at the Santa Paula Waste Water Company around 3:45 a.m. The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT
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Medical personnel at the Ventura County Medical Center, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, in Ventura, Calif., decontaminate emergency personnel who came into contact with the injured people at a chemical explosion in Santa Paula. The hospital is using white tents outside to treat them. The incident began when a vacuum truck exploded at the Santa Paula Waste Water Company around 3:45 a.m. The blast scattered an organic peroxide that began to crystallize and spontaneously ignite, Fire Capt. Mike Lindbery told KTTV-TV. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS OUT
SANTA PAULA, Calif. (AP) - A mysterious chemical mixture burst into flames at a Ventura County waste facility on Tuesday, sending dozens to hospitals for decontamination and emptying homes and businesses for a mile around the plant before the danger eased, authorities said.
A vacuum truck exploded into flames about 3:45 a.m. at the Santa Clara Waste Water Co., spreading about 1,200 gallons of a mysterious waste chemical mixture that contained sulfuric acid and a highly combustible organic peroxide, fire officials said.
"As the liquid began to dry out, the (fire engine) companies on scene noticed that it was very unstable and reactive," Ventura County fire Capt. Mike Lindbery said.
Capt. Mike Lindberry, a ...
www.wcti12.com, 29 Oct 2014 [cached]
Capt. Mike Lindberry, a spokesman for the Ventura County Fire Department, tweeted it's not known whether the Hunter Hawker aircraft's pilot "ejected or if chute was part of (the) debris field."
"I've seen some pretty gnarly accidents, ...
www.insurancejournal.com [cached]
"I've seen some pretty gnarly accidents, and it's pretty incredible that we didn't have any fatalities," said Mike Lindbery, public information officer for the Ventura County Fire Department.
Mike Lindbery, a captain ...
kenw.org, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
Mike Lindbery, a captain with the Ventura County Fire Department, was here on this mountain last spring when a wildfire raced up the hillside on its way to torching more than 24,000 acres.
The "Springs fire" started on May 2. Lindbery says it was huge for that time of year in Southern California. "In a typical year," he adds, "on May 2, we're not thinking we're going to have a fire."
But last year's fire season was anything but typical in length. It started early and ended late. That's why this mountain - and this fire - are such good indicators of what this upcoming season might be.
"This area is not going to burn again, I can guarantee it," says Lindbery.
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