Comment: What do you think of this?

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What do you think of this?

Take a look at this link:

http://www.truckaccidentlaw.org/Michigan-RSS-Articles/Clean-...

A tanker truck carrying 13,000 gallons of diesel fuel crashed under a bridge and caught fire.

"Morosi said they need to determine if the steel beams under the west side of the overpass that takes Nine Mile over the freeway were compromised by the intense heat and flames. It's likely they may have to take down what's still standing and start anew. This overpass was built only a year ago as part of a project to rehabilitate a series of overpasses along I-75 from downtown to I-696. He confirms the intense heat melted the steel beams underneath the overpass on the northbound side and brought that part of the bridge deck down on top of the tanker."

So here we have an example of an open air fire fueled by diesel fuel causing steel beams under a bridge to melt sufficiently to cause a newly constructed bridge to collapse. Jet fuel and diesel fuel are very similar in composition. In fact, jet fuel is used quite regularly at airports to run diesel powered ramp equipment.

The aircraft which crashed into the WTC would have carried about 20,000 gallons each. More than enough to cause some steel beams to fail.