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Category Archives: Gas Plant Explosion

Massive explosions rock central Fla. gas plant

TAVARES, Fla. (AP) — A series of explosions rocked a central Florida propane gas plant and sent “boom after boom after boom” through the neighborhood around it. Eight people were injured, with at least four in critical condition. John Herrell of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said early Tuesday there were no fatalities despite massive… Read More »

Have you been involved in an automobile accident?

The Woodlands Car Accident Attorneys Americans are more reliant on their automobiles than ever and as a result, most of us will get in some kind of car accident in some point in our lives. Hopefully, they will not be serious and will simply require the exchange of insurance information.  There may come a time… Read More »

Around the area: Victim identified in La Porte plant explosion

Victim identified in plant blast An employee burned in a La Porte plant explosion Saturday remained hospitalized in critical condition, a spokeswoman for the plant owner, Air Liquide, said Sunday. Another employee, whose body was found late Saturday, was confirmed as the man reported missing after the blast, according to a statement issued by the… Read More »

AmeriGas 8 injured at gas plant explosion

CONROE, Texas – An explosion erupted Tuesday at a propane gas company in Montgomery County, injuring eight people. Officials said the incident occurred at AmeriGas, 10985 FM 1485, at a stack of portable propane tanks around noon. A medical helicopter was dispatched to the scene and transported two patients in very critical condition. Six people… Read More »

Investigation launched after acid leak

TEXAS CITY — An investigation is under way to determine what caused a storage tank to leak hydrochloric acid that created a vapor cloud and prompted a 5½-hour shelter-in-place order for Texas City on Wednesday night. The leak sent at least 10 people to the hospital, including four Texas City firefighters who were exposed to… Read More »

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