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Kinder Morgan pipeline explodes

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According to news sources, on 15 February, Kinder Morgan’s Tejas natural gas pipeline exploded approximately 160 miles southwest of Houston, near Refugio.

The fire, discovered at approximately 6:30 am (GMT), led to a section of the pipe being shut down.

KHOU reported that flames could be seen from as far as 100 miles away, while shakes were felt by communities as far as 60 miles away.

No injuries have been reported and the fire has been put out. An investigation into the cause of the leak is currently underway.

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