By now you’ve heard about the train accident that sent 3 million gallons of crude carried by train cars spilling off the tracks and bursting into flames in West Virginia. Adjacent to a river, the accident and subsequent explosion has left the area a “total mess”, says the aerial photographer Paul Corbit Brown.
It is hard to get over the shock and horror of what devastation the incident has caused: a blistering inferno, millions of gallons of spilled crude, one burned house, a waste site where once lay a river, and a clean-up that will take a very long time.
The aerial photos, captured by Paul Corbit Brown, a photographer, are incredible:
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