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Explosion rips German apartment building apart, massive pile of rubble remains

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A massive explosion, felt hundreds of meters away, tore through an apartment building in Itzehoe, Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany, reducing it to rubble around 9 a.m. on Monday, March 10. Debris is everywhere and about 15 other building have been damaged by the explosion.

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A 36-year-old man was killed and at least 15 people were injured, several of whom are in a critical condition. Three were pulled alive from the rubble, and police are still searching for survivors. A police spokesperson said some of the injured could be passerby’s. Authorities confirm they are expecting to find people trapped under the rubble, and rescuers are working tirelessly to get to any trapped or buried people.

The Zetas of ZetaTalk have predicted explosions like this, as well as "imploding" buildings in countries affected by the stretch of the Atlantic as the time of the Pole Shift draws near. How does a stretch zone affect gas and other pipelines?

Per the Zetas, fittings on gas lines (or pipelines) are intended to be tight, with gaskets used to seal the fitting and enough pressure to ensure no leakage occurs. However, when these lines are pulled apart, gas leaks occur. Unless there is a noticeable lack of pressure in the lines, these leaks may not be noticed. The leaking gas, chemicals, oil, or whatever may be in the pipeline accumulates into an explosive mix, just waiting for a spark to ignite it. (Source)

The stretch of the Atlantic is affecting pipelines on both sides of the Atlantic. Explosions of this type, caused by the stretching Atlantic, are a forerunner of what the Zetas refer to as “imploding cities.” Per the Zetas, in stretch zone areas, adjustments in the ground can cause exploding and imploding buildings. "Explosions" are caused by the stretch. However, when an otherwise solid and long standing building collapses for unexplained reasons, you have an "implosion" caused by structural failure under the building.

  • In February, also in northern Germany, an early morning house explosion killed three people in Salzgitter--a man, a woman and a child.Police are still investigating the cause.

In Itzehoe, witnesses say they noticed a smell of gas, but so far, authorities have been unable to confirm whether a gas leak caused the explosion that collapsed the building into a massive pile of rubble.