Saturday, October 28, 2017

Woodland Hills | Hash oil Explosion | Raw Footage | Butane Hash oil

   BREAKING NEWS \ Local                                                                     

Porter Ranch \ Local news Source
Marijuana Manufacturing  Op | Woodland Hills, California

Crime scene , LAFD Arson \ LAPD Saturday October 28, 2017 at 7:23 pm 

A large Hash oil fire gathered at the residence of Ahdi and Haleh  who also have two others occupying the home along the 5600 block of North Don Pio Drive in Woodland Hills, CA. 

Raw footage CREDITS: Baddboyfilms News a service of media news Television of Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Firefighters arrived to the house to find the east side of the 7,250 sq. foot lot on fire inside the kitchen area at their stove.

More than 30 Firefighters and Battalion Chief Andrew Wordin leading his crew battled the blaze to get a knockdown time before it could damage anymore homes which were laying in it’s fiery path, said Fire Officials.

The flames had climbed up into the attic and inside the walls of the single story, 3 beds, 2 bath 1,520 sqft house that was built in 1961 according to the Los Angeles Fire Department on scene.

Hash honey oil explosion was what was overheard about between the Firefighters on scene.
The Battalion Chief had called in Los Angeles Fire Department investigators (ARSON Detectives) to handle the investigation leading to the cause for the fire. The Firefighters were talking with investigators and said to each other that they located large pots of Hash oil and Marijuana in a large quantity pressed into pots and cooking over the stove. The stove was one of the areas scorched and the kitchen was blackened entirely.

The ceiling and roof had holes in it where the blast blew the roof out. The Firefighters spend an hour mopping up the embers that got caught in the bushes just outside of the structure the lab was being used to cook down the Hash oil.

Why is Cannabis oil so explosive? 

Butane Hash oil, when it's heated over a stove, it becomes unstable like gasoline. 

The butane bubbles trapped inside the honey like residues are to rise in room temperature but the some stoners try to speed up the process by placing the pan of honey oil onto the stovetop and turn on a low flame under the pan. This creates the oil to heat up faster, thus the bubbles of button are suppose to burn off at the top of the pan though they end up escaping into the room, the house’s kitchen if that’s where the cooking is happening, or if they are cooking it in their garage or some other enclosed spaces.

The air space becomes overloaded with 85% button in the space, the flame is open and therefore it’s like trying to boil gasoline. The fumes ignite, thus the oil explodes because it is dense with bubbles of butane.

Once the butane seeps through the pot and spits resiny goop into a container the solvent will normally boil off at room temperature (60 degrees F). This could take days. But the Hash oil must be worked a little, stirring it slowly to get the the tiny bubbles of butane out of the syrup like honey looking Marijuana resins.

That is why, some stoners and Lab cookers like to heat it up a little on the stove and stir it slowly, allowing for those tiny bubbles to escape the slurry goo looking Honey oil from it’s pan. The butane ignites and the whole place it thrown with sticky fire.

It’s like a Napalm bomb went off in the kitchen because this good sticky substance from the Hash oil pan is stuck on all the walls and ceiling of the house and now the flames are all burning it.
Like a Napalm Bomb exploded.

Napalm is like taking styrofome cups and crushing them then pouring gasoline into the mixture. You will get a goo substance like this, it will stick to anything. But once you ignite it, the stuff it is sticking to will also burn. The U.S. Army used Napalm in Vietnam to kill the people.

This case was turned over to the LAFD as an open ongoing investigation and LAFD are working closely with LAPD and Los Angeles Arson detectives to solve this fire with the city of Los Angeles and find the cause to prevent it from happening again.

Arson stated they have no further comments to the media.

Baddboyfilms News | Los Angeles Media Sources

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Northridge Crash 3 small children critically injured - LAPD | Raw footage

   BREAKING NEWS                  

  Local News | Porter Ranch 

LAPD says there is no suspect. All persons have been accounted for at this scene. 
The original police news release is as follows:             

Northridge Crash injured 3 children are in critical condition and hospitalized tonight when a man with a mini truck crashed into their parents car head-on along Roscoe blvd today during rush-hour traffic. 

Editorial/Raw Footage Credits: Baddboyfilms news | Tuesday 3:50 pm, 19500 W. Roscoe Blvd. October 10, 2017 

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a possible hit & run driver who was driving the 2003 Silver Toyota Tacoma which the driver jumped out of after the crash and left the scene where he hit a pedestrian and another car which had there children, 3 little brothers age range from 18 months, 9 and 10 years old in critical but stable condition, lapd Bill Bustos said. 

The accident occurred just on the east side of Shirley Avenue, South/East corner of 19500 block of Roscoe Boulevard at Shirley Av. 

3 small children critically injured in the Northridge Crash 

Raw footage: 

The man driving the 2003 silver Toyota Tacoma, made a left turn heading South on Shirley from facing Westbound on Roscoe Blvd in the left turning lane and landed head-on into the Blue 4-door 2015 Subaru WRX as they were traveling east bound on Roscoe Boulevard  in the right lane at an unknown amount of speed upon impacting the Toyota Tacoma in it’s passenger’s side front wheel and fender.

 The impact shot both the Toyota pick-up truck and the Subaru into a pedestrian crossing Shirley Av and up into the S/E curb. The vehicles spun and smashed into the homeowner’s front yard’s chain linked fence, ripping them down along the sidewalk. 

The suspect's 2003 Toyota Tacoma came resting to a stop next to the 2015 Subaru WRX and a 18 month old crying baby was strapped in the rear seat behind the driver in the backseat along with two other children aged 9 and 10. The windows were all smashed, a the kids were crying for help to get them out. Still trapped in the Subaru as the man of the 2003 Toyota Tacoma bled from lacerations on his head and had been seen by witnesses crawling from his wreckage to the ground where witnesses ran to help him. 

Seven Rescue Ambulances were on scene at the location by 3:59 pm rushing to save the three minors from the buried subaru that was smashed up against the wall behind the bushes and a fence with the 2003 Toyota Tacoma planted against it.

Firefighters from multiple companies had responded to assist in the extraction of the traffic accident victims. The baby was taken and hand carried by a Los Angeles City Firefighter who rescued him from the wreckage to an awaiting ambulance. 

The other two little boys, which were related brothers to the 18 month old baby were aged 9 and 10 also in serious and critical condition rushed to awaiting ambulances by Firefighters who extracted the two boys from their parent's car. 

The police are still investigating the owner to the vehicle, the registered owner as the possible hit & run driver who left victims at the scene. 

 No motive has been concluded and the police don’t know if alcohol or drugs had played a part in the crash. Surveillance video of the crash had been obtained by LAPD through a private party and that that video will be analyzed by police detectives in the process to help them solve this hit and run traffic accident and bring a closure to this missing suspect case. LAPD officer Bill Bustos said they are treating this as a Hit & Run because the many failed attempts to reach the registered owner of the 2003 Toyota Tacoma, though that might of been updated by now in the news.

LAPD Officer Bustos did state to the news that the children and hospitalized victims were upgraded from critical to serious condition and the small children are why the Tv news showed up. LAPD officer Bill Bustos told reporters for KTLA5 that the kids are in serious condition, they were bloody when officials arrived. The pedestrian was injured with blood all over the pavement and has been transported for treatment. The officer also stated that the minors will not die. They were in a condition with was not death related though in serious condition and needing to be hospitalized quickly, said lapd Bill Bustos. 

Los Angeles Fire Department resigning to a expanded traffic accident at the 19500 block of West Roscoe Boulevard with children reported trapped were BC17, E104, E273, E293, E70, EM12, EM15, EM17, HR70, RA104, RA105, RA106, RA70, RA72, RA93, RA96, T73, T93