Monday, December 8, 2014

Massive Fire in Downtown Los Angeles

Possible "economic terrorism"


Via The Week:

More than 250 firefighters are battling a massive blaze in downtown Los Angeles that has shut down sections of two main highways right before the beginning of Monday's morning commute. The conflagration is at 909 W. Temple St., a partially constructed 7-story upscale apartment and retail complex, says Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman David Ortiz, and "it's huge."


  1. Due perhaps to insufficient sensitivity training, two immediate thoughts were:

    1. Unlike another group of government employees, the priority for firemen is apparently still protection of life and property.

    2. How long before it’s replaced by fireman safety?

  2. This will boost LA's economy.

  3. still awaiting the collapse and free fall speed...