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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Hydrochloric Acid Cloud Forces Texas City Residents in Lock Down

BREAKING:  Last night while we were sleeping, thousands of Texas City residents were placed in lock down mode due to a release of hydrochloric acid which formed a huge chemical cloud over neighborhoods.  Several people were hospitalized.  This chemical release occurred from a leak at a plant in southeast Texas.  

Since these types of chemical releases are becoming more commonplace, we must petition the EPA to demand public reporting of these chemicals.

Hydrochloric acid is one of the main ingredients used in fracking fluids.  It is highly corrosive and exposure can damage respiratory organs, eyes, skin, and intestines.  

As Arlington, TX now has over 55 gas drill sites within its 99 square miles of area,  we must have lots of hydrochloric acid around for all the frac jobs.  We have certainly been experiencing our share of releases, and with further industrialization should expect many more.  God help us, please.

Welcome to Gasland.


  1. I sent our firechief here in Arlington an article where the visibility was zero from a truck that spilled this stuff a few months ago.

  2. On 10/23 They also had hydrogen sulfide in Texas City per skytruth.