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Texas Chemical Fire Burns For A Second Day

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Texas Chemical Fire Burns For A Second Day

Texas Chemical Fire Burns For A Second Day

A major fire at a Texas petrochemical plant continued to burn for a second day on Thursday.

According to Reuters, more than 60,000 people have been forced to evacuate.

The inferno is burning inside a distillation column at the Port Neches, Texas, TPC Group facility.

The fire injured three workers, blew locked doors off their hinges and spewed a plume of toxic chemicals for miles.

The plant manufactures petrochemicals used to make rubber and resins.

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