This was the post on Supertopo - http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1919028&tn=40
Quote - "It was a draw that had been in place for a while. Again, the climber asked for a take and the webbing broke at the screw link upon weighting it. I don't know it was pure body weight only, in that sometimes people take when they're above the draw and swing on the draw; it definitely wasn't a whipper. At the gym this morning, I saw more than half of the draws have been replaced with brand new ones with Touchstone lettering sewn in."
Not that unusual for the webbing of a draw to break due to abrasion. I have seen this happen at least once before at a gym. IMHO, gyms should use steel chain or cable draws, and not nylon or Dyneema draws.
A bad situation but not as nearly as bad as having your lead rope sliced by a sharp/overworn "fixed" biner - which is something that has happened at multiple sport crags just the past two seasons.