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FOURTH EXPLOSION ON TIME: Two Madison Substations EXPLODE!


Following up EXPLOSIONS Posts:

19 JULY

Madison Gas and Electric believes fire at substation likely caused by mechanical issue 

MADISON, Wis. - Madison firefighters have knocked down two fires at Madison Gas and Electric properties in the downtown Madison area.  The first fire broke out around 7 a.m. at the MG&E substation off East Washington Avenue. This substation contains equipment for MG&E and American Transmission Company.  The fire is out but had sent plumes of dark smoke into the air, which could be seen from various points across the city.   MG&E released a statement saying staff believe the fire was caused by mechanical issues and not due to excessive usage from today's heat. Source

Lots of EXPLOSION this Summer

Will post EXPLOSIONS 5,6,7,8....etc as they EXPLODE....

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