Comment: There Were NO Fire Engines Present

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There Were NO Fire Engines Present

When a bomb goes off, one would logically think a fire would happen as a result. Nearby businesses did not catch fire, awnings didn't catch fire, garbage cans didn't catch fire...there was no fire. There were no fire engines on the scene fighting flames with their hoses.

Watch the original bomb in the first 2 seconds of this video...

There WAS a red/orange flame...but nothing caught fire?

The picture katsung47 posted looks like the man had a minor wound on the shin of his left leg. His pants were torn to shreds....they do NOT look like they were burned.

Shouldn't his clothes have set fire immediately after the blast if he was so close to the bomb?

Simple question...why was there no fire?

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.