VATIC ALERT: Crazy! Hundreds of Smart Meters Explode In Stockton After Power Surge

Vatic Note:  See?  WE told ya they were dangerous in more ways than one.  Another soft kill tool for the illums?  Or just an understandable accident???  Its truly bad when you even have to ask that question.  That means we trust no one anymore, and especially the powers that be that want to globalize.  NO WAY!!!!

In fact, its time we kicked them out of this country and sent them packing to where ever someone will take them.  Otherwise, its "Pow, to the moon"!  That is a direct quote from a 75  year Old lady, whenever I call her "OLD".   LOL

But Seriously, smart meters are dangerous and this is not the first time something similar has happened.  Check out this article:  


and then check out this one that caused the death of a man: This is truly a heart breaker story and the companies should have paid through the nose, not only for his death but the suffering it showed that he went through in dying.

Based on what is happening here, it appears the only way we are going to get out from under these meters that are going to be used to spy on us, is to kick all members of the power company board, off the board through the election process.  We are going to do that here and we will let you know how it goes and what to watch out for, with respect to vote counts, and election manipulation, if there are any to watch out for, etc.  

Crazy! Hundreds of Smart Meters Explode In Stockton After Power Surge
Submitted by IWB, Investment Watch Blog,  on March 31st, 2015

STOCKTON (CBS13) — A power surge left thousands without power in Stockton on Monday after smart meters on their homes exploded.

The explosions started at around 8:30 a.m. after a truck crashed into a utility pole, causing a surge.

When the customers in more than 5,000 homes get their power back on will depend on how badly damaged their meters are.

Neighbors in the South Stockton area described it as a large pop, a bomb going off, and strong enough to shake a house.

“The neighbor across the street, his meter doesn’t look as bad but his receptacles are all blackened.” said Brad Abernathy.

PG&E says a dump truck crashed near its Alpine substation on Arch Road. When the truck hit the utility pole, the top wire fell onto the bottom wire, creating a power surge.

“The top lines are considered our freeways. The bottom lines are our distribution lines taking power directly to homes,” said PG&E spokeswoman Brandi Ehlers. “So when the two collide, they’re at different voltages and the higher voltage wins out, causing an overload.”

Power is expected to be restored to most customers by Monday evening, but the damage varies by home.

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