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(2) The video below shows the sound and appearance of the facility located at 2351 Kentucky Avenue. A loud mechanical noise and flame can be heard and seen by passing motorists. This is normal. Multiple 911 calls have been answered concerning this facility over the last few days. ... See MoreSee Less
I am sitting here in my studio and I have heard about three runs so far. People are just stupid. It reminds if of the building on St. Clair and Illinois St. (downtown) that spews the large amounts of steam when it is really cold. People call 9-11 all of the time and I feel bad for those fire companies having to respond multiple times for no reason.
Imagine if folks minded their own business, what a concept!!
I’ve contacted the city and the EPA next I’ll contact Erin Brockovich, I live in the area and it is my business!
I have been going to ent doctor for months due to the air equality if I rented I would move people who live in poor area have to put up with poor air and noise
No it isnt disturbing the peace
911 is for emergencies. This is hardly an emergency.
Methane, people......Methane. Water and C02. The horror....
PEA needs to check air quality and blasting that shakes our homes here
Common sense is if you don't like living next to or near it just move 🙄
Burning off excess natural gas....
That sounds like somthing from a demonic movie
How is that sound not disturbing the peace and not illegal? They are aloud to pollute everyone else with that horrific noise?
Below are normal operating pictures of the Methane Gas facility located at W. Raymond Street and Kentucky Avenue. Fire venting from the stack is normal and poses no threat to adjacent tanks, structures or the general public. @WTHRcom @rtv6 @FOX59 @CBS4Indy @WISH_TV ... See MoreSee Less
Between this place and the constant fire at landfill it seems my neighborhood is on top of a ticking time bomb #lookingtomoveasap
It's just a thing.. the gas has to go somewhere.. would you rather see a flame or would you want a build up creating a time bome that could build up and give you guys a ride you will never forget..
This brings back fond memories of ‘Rock Island’😁
I've seen this a million times you can see it really well at night
Fire Prevention Staff spent the morning at Chapel Hill 7th and 8th Center assisting with the Stop the Bleed program. Today, 150 teachers and staff participated in this life saving program before their teaching day began. @WayneTwpSchools ... See MoreSee Less