Natural Gas Facility Receives Second Bomb Threat of Past Two Months

From The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:
NATRIUM - Still waiting to process its first barrel of ethane, the under construction $500 million Dominion Resources natural gas facility received its second bomb threat in the last two months Tuesday.
"The people who do these things are domestic terrorists," said Corky Demarco, executive director of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association.
Marshall County Emergency Management Director Tom Hart said the West Virginia State Police, Marshall County sheriff's deputies, officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and officials with Dominion explored the construction site Tuesday afternoon. After closing W.Va. 2 between Fish Creek Road and W.Va. 89 for about two hours, officials reopened the road upon determining the threat was not credible.
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