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No Place to Hang Out: The Danger of Oil Sites

Tuesday, Apr 13 2010

"No Place to Hang Out" tells the tragic story of Devon Byrd and Wade White, two Mississippi teenagers who were killed October 31, 2009, in an oil tank explosion.

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  • Silver Eagle Refinery Explosion Surveillance Footage
  • The Human Cost of Gasoline
  • Animation of Explosion at Tesoro's Anacortes Refinery
  • After the Rainbow
  • Falling Through the Cracks
  • CSB Video Excerpts from Dr. Trevor Kletz
  • CSB Chairperson Rafael Moure-Eraso Calls for Regulatory Coverage of Reactive Chemicals
  • CSB Video Documenting the Blast Damage in West, Texas
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