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Fire near Chicksha,OK. Wouldn't this make you sick. Looks like they were all CHU613's.

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wow any timeline ? looks like arson to me

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what started the fire Mike or do the know.

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they were a fracking company,they said on the new each truck and frack trailer cost about 1 million each.I know its sucks down here in Oklahoma with the price of oil.Maybe they went to the last Richie brother auction in FT Worth TX,seen what they were bring at the auction,and had a little problem?

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Hmmmm.......the insurance company will have an interesting investigation. They never like to pay a claim anyway.

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That looks like that was onsite at a rig. That's a pretty penny. I know FTS (Frac-Tech) has a ton of CHU up this way.

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Reeks of something the Earth Liberation Front does.

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Reeks of something the Earth Liberation Front does.

Those and the like would be my first suspects.

I'd also look for insurance fraud if the company was in the red. I read the other day that 1/3 of the fracking companies will go bankrupt in the next couple of years if the oil prices stay low.

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The trucks were owned by a subsidiary of continental resources/ Hamm &Phillips. My wife worked for CR when they were still based in Enid. She worked on the top floor, I rode the elevator with Harold Hamm on many occasions. My first thought was inside job, but when I saw they were Hamms trucks I don't think so anymore. They are not a small time operator, so insolvency isn't a big concern there. Hamm and Phillips trucks are usually red macks, but a few are white or dark blue.

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Do you think they may have lost circulation?

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I've sen plenty of trucks burn, mostly due to electrical shorts.

With them parked so close, it would be plausible that one caught fire and burned them all.

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some are at a salvage auction right now. nothing good left...

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I saw that on the news the other night.That should make the greeneys happy.

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