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3 responses to “Firefighters Mistake Butane Hash Oil Extraction Equipment for Pipe Bomb”

  1. Firefighters Mistake Butane Hash Oil Extraction Equipment for Pipe … ← How to Make Butane Honey Oil - BHO Guides & Information

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  2. Butane hash oil cannot kill you… but making it can! | Dabb Life

    [...] Firefighters Mistake Butane Hash Oil Extraction Equipment for Pipe Bomb A fire in a Northern California Apartment building left an 18-year-old in critical condition with severe burns and 10 residents homeless on Tuesday night. The apartment building was left completely charred and firefighters are blaming a BHO extraction kit that they found as the reason the fire got out of control, but say it is too early to tell if it was the cause of the fire that devastated the building, which did about $500,000 dollars in damage and will take about four to six months before residents can move back in… [...]

  3. Butane hash oil cannot kill you… but making it can! | Dabb Life

    [...] Firefighters Mistake Butane Hash Oil Extraction Equipment for Pipe Bomb A fire in a Northern California Apartment building left an 18-year-old in critical condition with severe burns and 10 residents homeless on Tuesday night. The apartment building was left completely charred and firefighters are blaming a BHO extraction kit that they found as the reason the fire got out of control, but say it is too early to tell if it was the cause of the fire that devastated the building, which did about $500,000 dollars in damage and will take about four to six months before residents can move back in… [...]

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