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These events generate the sort of public interest that is otherwise so difficult to attain. They are not nearly as dramatic as a side by side burn (no radiant heat experience for bystanders) but they contain a genuineness that is hard to refute for documentation purposes. This resulting video could go a long way toward heightening public awareness.

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