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Published on Apr 29, 2007
A tanker exploded on a freeway overpass in the Oakland/Emeryville area in CA on Sunday, April 29th around 4am. The deck collapsed and burned. It was a connecting ramp between I-80 and I-580. This is what 8,600 gallons (which weighs 80,000 pounds) of unleaded gasoline does when it burns.
Reports state that the fireball started on the lower deck, and the rising heat of the 3000+ degree fire melted parts of the deck above, causing it to collapse.
Seriously people, enough with the WTC comparisons.
This was originally shot an a Canon hv20 at 1080p24 HD video.