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Anas Alhajji
This video circulating on social media shows an pipeline explosion in Bahrain. It look Nms Bahrain to Saudi Arabia
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Anas Alhajji Nov 10
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Typos: it links Bahrain to SA
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Anas Alhajji Nov 10
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This is from a friend, now
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ابو حنفي Nov 10
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We know who
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Abdullah Haij Nov 10
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اللهم احفظها و اَهلها
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Samir (Sam) Madani 🛢 Nov 10
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It must be that new pipeline they’re working on.
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Anas Alhajji Nov 10
Replying to @Samir_Madani
I do not know, but since it is in a residential area. it could be an old one.
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Samir (Sam) Madani 🛢 Nov 10
Replying to @anasalhajji
I think it's old because I see nothing on Google News (aggregate of all sources) and see nothing on Periscope's live map.
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عبدالرحمن السبيهين Nov 10
the explosion is a new one
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Rashed Nov 10
It's old
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Samir (Sam) Madani 🛢 Nov 10
Replying to @buadel647 @anasalhajji
If Rashed says it's an old one, then I believe him. He lives in Bahrain.
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Ian Walsh Nov 10
Old pipe or fire? The fire is now, we live in Bahrain, my colleague can see the fire from his rooftop
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Samir (Sam) Madani 🛢 Nov 10
Interesting. Where in Bahrain? Is it in the east near the Bapco Sitrah Refinery?
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Anas Alhajji Nov 10
Replying to @Samir_Madani
If it was, I would not have tweeted it.
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Ian Walsh Nov 10
Down near Hamad town on the west of the island, there are pipes all along roadsides, honestly wasn’t sure if they still carried oil, seems they do 😳
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Samir (Sam) Madani 🛢 Nov 10
East of the burial mound?
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Ian Walsh Nov 10
I expect it’s somewhere near the red marker, the road here is commonly referred to as pipeline road
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Ian Walsh Nov 10
Poor quality pic but see those pipes along the right of the photo? They run all the way along this road through various towns
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Samir (Sam) Madani 🛢 Nov 10
I see the lines now. Possible car accident?
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Ian Walsh Nov 10
I wouldn’t say it’s impossible, improbable though. The ground between the roads and pipes is unmade, v rough, the roads themselves fairly straight and well made.
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