Massive Chemical Fire Continues To Burn For The Third Day In Houston, Texas

Credit: WorldNews- Published on March 19, 2019
An ongoing blaze at a petrochemicals storage terminal outside Houston, Texas intensified early Tuesday, blanketing the city with dramatic black clouds of smoke on the third day of the fire, according to CNBC. The flames first broke out at the Intercontinental Terminals facility in Deer Park on Sunday, but the blaze worsened after...

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Published on March 22, 2019 -  00:45
Chemical Leak At Houston-Area Petrochemical Fire Halts Ship Traffic
According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, an earthen barrier holding chemicals that leaked from a massive petrochemical fire outside Houston breached, prompting travel restrictions near the site, one of the busiest US ports for oil exports. Intercontinental Terminals Co, a unit of Japan’s Mitsui & Co, issued a shelter-in-place warning for workers at the Deer Park, Texas, fuels storage facility and neighboring businesses.

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