By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, B.C. – An exclusive live video feed of the massive chemical fire at Port Metro Vancouver was streamed over YouTube on March 4, 2015. The incident reportedly involved multiple shipping containers of trichloroisocyanuric acid which spread toxic fumes south over nearby commercial and residential neighborhoods. A Shelter in Place order was lifted by 6 p.m. that afternoon as the fires subsided.
NewsInsideOut.com provided live streaming and a time-lapse video of the incident’s impact upon environmental air quality. The event took place at a time when Metro Vancouver is entertaining further industrialization via upgraded crude oil pipeline and shipping installations under less-than transparent terms from vendors amidst citations of corruption in federal oversight bodies.