April 19, 2013
Additionally, he rushed towards the blast when it occurred the next day and was able to discuss emergency response drills with a local hospital representative, before surveying the damage.
To get this information out as quickly as possible Matthew called into Unbound Radio during Shepard Ambellas’ live show.
Tune into the breaking news broadcast at 24:20 into the file below.
In the interview he talks about his long day, chasing down information on the scene at ground zero in Waco, Texas. His story actually begins a few days ago, when he noticed a heightened military presence in his town and decided to document it, just in case something fishy started to happen. Sure enough, just 24 hours later was the fertilizer plant explosion in Waco, Texas, which was only a few miles away from him.
Knowing that the mainstream media would probobly just re-read press releases from the local and federal governments, he rushed to the scene to see what was happening. While there he was able to talk to local hospital staff, who confirmed that they were hosting live drills, as we reported with official documentation yesterday.
Matthew also described the scene of the explosion in detail, saying that the unusual blast pattern had seemed to engulf the houses, trees and a local playground.
You can find his ustream documentation HERE and his pictures below:
dev-test.intellihub.com will continue to monitor the Boston Marathon Bombing as events unfold and we will also be updating our coverage on UnboundRadio.com dev-test.intellihub.com broadcast at 8:00pm with Shepard Ambellas.
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