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Gas Plant Explodes in Orla, Texas

Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 3-Dec-2015

At 9 a.m., a gas plant in Orla, TX exploded—resulting in a large fire. The Anadarko plant is located approximately four miles beyond the New Mexico / Texas border on U.S. 285. Employees and residents in a 10-mile radius have been evacuated in a move described as a precautionary measure.

Per an Anadarko Petroleum Corporation spokesman, there have been at least two people who sustained minor injuries during the explosion; he went on to state that approximately 200 people who were working at the site at the time of the incident have been accounted for and have been evacuated.

All of the gas lines into and out of the plant have since been shut down and it has been reported that the fire has been contained to one area of the plant. Traffic on the U.S. 285 is currently being rerouted.

It is currently unknown what caused this explosion.

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