Did anyone get news of the hydrogen fuel station fire just outside Oslo in Norway? It happened about a week ago. Norway has shut down all of its hydrogen fuel stations, so people with hydrogen fuel-cell cars [yes, there are a few] had nowhere to fuel up. They have been supplied with loaner cars until an investigation is finished into the fire. In all reports outside of Norway, the news says that nobody was hurt. Yet several people went to hospital. Reason being that the ball of flame caused such a pressure wave that passing motorists had airbags go off in their cars and they either crashed or received minor injuries because of that. Toyota and Hyundai stopped selling HFC cars too. So, did you hear about it? Because I heard nothing until it appeared in EV news outlets. This is the power of the fossil fuel industry in action. Hydrogen isn't inherently dangerous, provided it is controlled, [don't think about airships fires from the 1930's as that's not representative], but the FF industry are so scared that a negative conclusion will get out that the word has gone round not to report this globally in any big way. All you have to do is suggest you might pull advertising from a news station's budget and Bob's your Uncle. Kind of gives a decent reason for maintaining news independence, doesn't it? https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/new...mean-the-fuel-is-inherently-unsafe/ar-AACPZMz Oh, and if this had been an EV battery fire you'd certainly have heard about it.