A minivan fire in a K-Mart parking lot illustrates several pertinent points common to vehicle fires:
- The pavement underneath the minivan is ablaze.
- The car in the immediate vicinity of the minivan catches fire demonstrating how an entire parking lot or underground parking garage of cars parked close together, as is the case in NYC, can burn serially.
- The driver-side front tire of the minivan is completely burned off.
- The driver-side door handle is missing.
- The burnt minivan resembles many of the same characteristics as burnt vehicles at ground zero including missing headlights and deformed hood.
Many of the above characteristics are claimed as proof of DEW-demolition, but are common in vehicle fires.
The idea that vehicles which have been smashed and then moved is vividly illustrated by the analysis done by ‘totovader’ showing the Ladder 3 fire-truck crushed by debris at ground zero (and shown below).
However, Dr. Wood on her website asks “Why would the front of this fire truck wilt?” implying that it was not crushed by debris and moved to a new location. The videos were released last year, yet the obvious misinterpretation remains on her website among a litany of other discredited items.