Stupidity adjacent, no Proud Boys or Oath Keepers threw themselves in front of Roger Stone as his office was near a styrofoam plant fire that featured an explosion. No Florida men were injured, but maybe Richard Nixon or Zippy was being targeted.
An internet search shows that it is a company called Barco Sales and Manufacturing, which, according to its website, designs and manufactures custom foam products for commercial and military applications.
Oakland Park Fire Chief Stephen Krivjanik said that the building did house a foam manufacturing business.
“The business was a manufacturer of commercial grade Styrofoam that is very flammable. There were some explosions that occurred with liquid petroleum tanks — gas tank — that were going off because of the fire,” Krivjanik said.
He said that the east wall of the building did collapse and that the department was able to get the fire under control.
Krivjanik said there were 14 people inside the building that were able to evacuate safely and that there were no injuries.