I guess the recent winter storm and the resulting havoc didn't sway any opinions on what might happen to a liquefied natural gas facility under those conditions ("County OKs three LNG requests," The Daily Astorian, Dec. 13).

A washed out road will easily inhibit any emergency response to an accident. Look around at the damage, and consider adding an LNG tank to that mix. Then flashback to 1922, 1933 or 1980.

Jaeson Koszarsky

State College, Pa.