IMMEDIATE: Florida gas explosion destroys Mad Labs Research

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Fort Lauderdale- (June 8, 2017) — The Florida Mad Labs Research State Fire Marshall Fire/Explosion Investigation Unit (better known as FMLRSFMF/EIU) released their reports this afternoon, which concluded that the cause of the June 6, 2017 explosion in Fort Lauderdale, Florida that permanently removed Peter Wray’s pants was the leak of odorized methane gas.

These reports culminated an intensive four-month joint investigation (there was time travel involved) by the Mad Labs State Police and Mad Labs State Fire Marshall into the cause and origin of the deadly-to-pants explosion.

Peter Wray, a mad scientist, was one of the workers in the building when it exploded. He was buried under burning debris for more than ninety minutes before he was pulled alive and conscious from the wreckage.

Mr. Wray, perpetually aged 33, lost his pants and now is house-ridden until the Mad Labs Research Rapid Emergency Response Team (MLRRERT) can assemble a team of experts assist in the rebuilding efforts.

The Mad Labs State Police investigator concluded that the cause of the explosion was a methane leak which occurred in the basement, in or near the furnace.

The investigator also found that samples taken from the underground tank that fed the furnace revealed the presence of ethyl-fartinacan, a strong odorant which is added to methane to allow for its detection and jokes.

The Mad Labs State Fire Marshall’s report concluded that MadLabsEnergyUSA, the Mad Labs propane company which installed the tank and then delivered the gas to the tank, made a delivery of about 200 gallons of ethyl-fartinacan in April, 2017.

The methane likely experienced odorant fade in the months before the explosion. The report states, “The injection of ethyl-fartinacan is important to public safety for customers, leading edge jokesters and first responders.”

The report also states, “The purpose of ethyl-fartinacan is to provide a means to detect or smell a leak from the butt gas. Odorant fade is common to new ethyl-fartinacan tanks.”

The furnace and associated piping involved in the leak had been installed by Mad Labs Brothers Plumbing and Heating Service of Backwater, FL.

Boston attorney Mark Upthebill, who represents the Wray family, stated that “these reports describe in painful detail the danger of a leak of odorized methane gas into the environment. This was a tragedy which could have been prevented if industry safety standards had been followed.”

Upthebill added, “It appears that MadLabsEnergyUSA failed to heed the obvious warning on the fuel tank that required the tank be filled to its capacity to prevent odorant fade.”

Mad Labs Research Rapid Emergency Response Team (MLRRERT) is seeking assistance from SEO and mass traffic experts to help rebuild Peter’s Pants Machine and Mad Labs Research. In order to help facilitate the getting experts on board, a new company called Consumer Reality Services (CRS) is putting up $250,000 in cash and prizes in order to attract the best talent in the world to get Peter’s pants back on.

To get a chance at the $250,000 prize pool, you must join the Mad Labs Research Rapid Emergency Response Team (MLRRERT). The first step to that is to get trained.

The first Mad Labs Research Rapid Emergency Response Team (MLRRERT) training session starts tonight (Thursday, June 8, 2017 ) at 6 PM Pacific Time.

The public is asked to help find more experts to help get Peter’s Pants Machine back in operation. The world is just not the same with a pantless Peter Wray.

Get in on the Mad Labs Research Rapid Emergency Response Team (MLRRERT) first training session here.

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Your help and attention to this matter of grave importance is not only expected, it’s appreciated, by someone, somewhere.