Two Dutch engineers die on burning windturbine

Discussion in 'Fire, Explosion & Electrocution' started by MATAMUERTOS, Nov 15, 2013.

  1. October 29 2013. Ooltgensplaat/ Holland.
    Two Dutch engineers (19.21) died when the windturbine they where working on caught on fire.
    In the picture one can see the silhouettes of the two guys standing between the wings moments before death. turbine.
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  2. MajorWhiteBoy

    MajorWhiteBoy Forum Veteran Short Bussed

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  3. Maniac

    Maniac Billions upon billions...

    Cool, I remember this from the news.
  4. AntiChris88

    AntiChris88 Not there

    Safe&clean energy my ASS :p
  5. Laceration

    Laceration Fresh Meat

    The Dutch 9/11. :(
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  6. KarlAres

    KarlAres Rookie

    Good post! To bad for those engineers, their only escape route was on fire. Windmills has its downsides as anything else. They also produce a low frequency vibration that makes cattle disturbed in a radius of several miles. I'll put my money on coal man, makes the sky go darkish brown and everything will have a nice dystopian touch, like it should in this day and age.
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  7. Alice Ayres

    Alice Ayres Bad and Boujee

    must google how a windturbine catches on fire....brb.
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  8. Fishingformore

    Fishingformore Rookie

    Could be the generator was wired wrong or the wine ding was bad.
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  9. NightMare

    NightMare My gift to you, a Nightmare of terror

    How horrible. A terrible way to die. :(
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  10. datdutchguy

    datdutchguy putting bags over heads. Short Bussed

    wow thats brutal i havent watched the news for days so im pretty much unaware nice share! thats crazy.

    i think a shortcut mustve sparkled the fire what else can it be...but it can be anything from faulthy wiring to malfunction generators to the batteries...good luck reading about it. :D
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  11. Alice Ayres

    Alice Ayres Bad and Boujee

    i had no idea these things had an engine room or ran on a generator, or whatever. today, i'm a little bit wiser. thanks, google.
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