Sunday, February 18, 2007

Terror at a Phillies/Mets Game? [J. Mark English]

Just got an e-mail from a friend of mine which contained a link to a wonderful scenario that could occur this summer from US News:

CONSIDER THIS. It's a warm Friday evening in June, and nearly 40,000 baseball fans are gathered at Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park to watch the home team play the New York Mets. Most of the stadium's 21,000 parking spaces are filled, and, just a few hundred yards away, Interstate 95 is crowded with travelers heading for Atlantic City and the Jersey Shore. Just 2 miles due west, workers on the night shift are arriving at the 1,000-acre Sunoco oil refinery on the banks of the Schuylkill River. A light breeze is blowing toward the east-ideal conditions for a terrorist operation.

Yikes! Guess I'll be avoiding any Met games in Philadelphia this year. The fans are annoying enough...

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