Global Fireball - Al Qaeda Planning New Environmental Terror Attack Forest Jihad
http://www.nationalterroralert.com/updates/2008/10/21/global-fireball-al-qaeda-planning-new-environmental-terror-attack/ ^ | Tuesday, 21 October 2008
Posted on Friday, November 14, 2008 7:47:58 PM by Sammy67
Extremists are threatening an environmental disaster by sparking a series of catastrophic wild fires. We first posted on this last year.
Western intelligence agencies fear that Al Qaeda terrorists are planning a global fireball in a new departure in its war on the West.
Deliberately lighting forest blazes in Europe, the US and Australia would not only stretch emergency services but leave insurance companies facing multi-billion pound damage bills as the credit crunch bites.
The fires would also create a pollution disaster, with billions tons of climate change gases escaping into the atmosphere.
The so-called forest jihad is being championed by Islamic scholars and Osama Bin Ladens terror strategists who believe setting fire to dry woodlands will produce maximum damage for minimum risk.
Western security services have picked up internet chatter which spells out in
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This is just in from the Orange County Fire Authority, cause still unknown.
Freeway Complex Fire
9:50 PM Saturday November 15, 2008
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TIME OF ALARM: 9:07 AM November 15, 2008
INCIDENT#: ORC 08075221
INCIDENT NAME: Freeway Complex Fire
LOCATION: Began in Riverside County 91 Fwy at Green River heading into Orange County (Thomas Brothers page 741). Fire jumped the 91 freeway east of Weir Canyon.
CONDITIONS ON ARRIVAL:
CONTROL: Not at this time
PRELIMINARY CAUSE: Unknown at this time
WEATHER CONDITIONS: Red flag warning till 4:00 PM Sunday. Winds moving in a westerly fashion and are gusty and erratic. For information check with National Weather Service - Southern California or California Weather
COMMAND: Unified Command with Orange County Fire Authority, Corona Fire, CalFire, Chino Valley Fire, Brea Fire
INCIDENT COMMANDER: Chief Mark Kramer
* An estimated 1,260 state, county, and city personnel
ACRES BURNED: Appropximately 5,873 acres
STRUCTURES BURNED: 1,000 threatened, 100 damaged, and 60 destroyed structures
REPORTED INJURIES: 6 minor injuries of firefighters
* Yorba Linda - Foxtail, Stonehaven, NW of San Antonio & Yorba Linda Blvd.
* Yorba Linda - north of Yorba Linda Blvd. between San Antonio and Village Center
* Yorba Linda - voluntary evacuation north of Yorba Linda Blvd. between Village Center and Fairmont
* Brea - east of State College & north of Lambert
* Brea - Kramer Blvd. and Lambert Rd.
* Brea - Olinda Village & Sleepy Hollow
* Anaheim - West of the 241 freeway. east of Weir Canyon Road/Serrano, South of 91 Freeway and north of Marblehead
* Anaheim - Savi Ranch
* Anaheim - south of Mohler Dr., east of Del Giorgio, north of Canyon Rim Rd., and west of Deer Canyon Park and Fairmont Park
* Approximate Map of Evacuation Areas
* Approximately 4,500 homes have been evacuated in Anaheim affecting 12,600 people and 8,000-10,000 people have been evacuated in Yorba Linda
* Orange County Red Cross
* Downtown Community Center (250 E. Center St., Anaheim)
* Brea Community Center (695 Madison Ave., Brea)
* Katella High School (2200 E. Wagner, Anaheim)
* Valencia High School (500 N. Bradford, Placentia)
* Ayala High School (14255 Peyton Dr., Chino Hills)
* Animals can be taken to the OC Shelter (561 The City Dr., Orange) and large animals can be taken to Los Alamitos Race Course (714) 995-1234
ROAD CLOSURES: 91 Freeway is closed between the county line and the 71. Check with Cal Trans for freeway and toll road closures. Check with the local police department for city street closures.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
* Orange County Operational Area Public Information Hotline - (714) 628-7085
* News Radio for current and future incidents:
o AM 980 - KFWB
o AM 1070 - KNX
o AM 640 - KFI
o Please save these stations on your battery-powered and car radios.
* Wildland Fires: Defensible Space
* Wildfire Preparedness
* Smoke in the Air
* Other Safety Bulletins
For additional information, please call the OCFA Media Center at (714) 573-6210.
OCFA Media Center
ORC - Orange County Fire
1 Fire Authority Rd.
Irvine, CA 92602
ASSISTING and COOPERATING AGENCIES
# Corona Fire Dept.
# Chino Hills Fire
# Brea Fire Dept.
# Anaheim Fire
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