On November 3, 1995, the emblematic factory of my hometown, the Military Arms Factory of Río Tercero, Córdoba, exploded. Thousands of projectiles were fired at the city that produced them, a tragedy that left seven dead and hundreds of injured. At 12 years old, while trying to escape the explosions, I recorded the destruction of my town with a video camera. Twenty years later, I found those files. The threat from the industrial and military hub still persists today.