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KMCO Plant Explosion Injures Two

KMCO Plant Explosion Injures Two

An explosion occurred early this morning at a KMCO specialty chemical plant in Crosby, Texas. Authorities report that two people have been injured. One of the injured is stable while the other is currently in critical condition. Hazmat is currently on site and monitoring air quality. The cause of the blast is currently unknown but authorities have evacuated the immediate area as part of precautionary measures.

The KMCO plant in Crosby handles multiple products from antifreeze to brake fluid. There are no reported leaks thus far but authorities are continuing to monitor the situation closely.

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