Explosion at Air Liquide’s Texas plant kills one

Explosion at Air Liquide’s Texas plant kills one

4:53 AM, 12th February 2013
Explosion at Air Liquide’s Texas plant kills one
Explosion at Air Liquide’s Texas plant. © Houston Chronicle.

TEXAS, US: An explosion at Air Liquide’s La Porte plant, Texas, US, killed one employee and left another seriously injured. The blast, which occurred in a metal building on the site, triggered a fire that filled the area with heavy smoke. About 15 to 20 employees were believed to be on site at the time.

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