The Hornady Manufacturing plant located near Grand Island blew up on October 13, killing one woman and injuring two men. The explosion occurred in the company's chemical compound building, located at 8350 W. Old Potash Highway.
"One individual was transported by ambulance to the hospital with concussion symptoms and one individual was privately transported to the hospital for symptoms related to breathing in dust (and) fumes," announced Hall County Attorney Marty Klein.
Battalion Chief Phil Thomas reportedly had to be transported from the scene after being dispatched there around 9:53 am.
"I know that we have investigations on site," said Assistant State Fire Marshal Doug Hohbein from the Nebraska State Fire Marshal's office on Friday afternoon following the incident.
The facility in question is 150,000 square feet in size, having opened in 2018 on land that formerly housed the Cornhusker Army Ammunition Plant.
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One would think that this incident is newsworthy, but other than a few local and independent media reports about it, next to nobody else knows it even occurred – because all eyes are on Israel right now.
The timing of the explosion is curious, especially since the Biden regime has been calling for stricter ammunition laws in the United States. Just last year, it was suspected that the crooks in D.C. were plotting new regulations on the sale of ammunition to civilians.
Apparently, the government only wants itself to have bullets. And do not forget: without bullets, the Second Amendment is of no effect, rendering firearms useless chunks of metal and plastic.
The Washington Examiner reported in June 2022 that the Biden regime had allegedly approached Winchester Ammunition about said planned restrictions on public ammo sales.
A spokesman from the National Shooting Sports Foundation told the Examiner that "the government is considering restricting the manufacturing and commercial sale of legal ammunition produced at the Lake City, Mo., facility" in question – a claim the White House later denied, by the way.
Currently, Winchester is allowed to sell surplus ammo on the civilian market once the military has had its fill. This is the policy the Biden regime supposedly wants to nullify as it now represents about 30 percent of all 5.56 nm and .223 caliber ammunition sales.
Concerning the Hornady incident, a growing number of people thinks it could have been an attack by the very same government that just last year was exposed for wanting to ban the types of public ammo sales that occur because of its operations.
One woman on X wrote that Hornady is now offline for ammunition, and that Winchester has "announced no civilian ammo" from here on out.
"Our guy [sic] store thinks things are going to get problematic!" she further wrote. "There's a whisper that lake city just suspended all civilian ammo also. And we were told they know something we don't and if you can, go buy ammo and go buy g*ns this is not a drill!"
In other words, stock up now if you are concerned about the availability of ammo in the U.S. moving forward and aim to keep your own stockpile just in case.
"I don't buy all the plant explosions being simple coincidences," wrote another person about this suspicious series of events.
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