P66 Pipeline Fire in Paradis Extinguished; Missing Worker Presumed Dead

The Times-Picayune, February 14, 2017

Last Thursday's explosion and fire at a Phillips 66 pipeline station in Louisiana left 2 workers injured and one unaccounted for. The fire has since been extinguished, however the missing worker is now presumed to be dead. The incident at Paradis Pipeline Station, about 30 minutes west of New Orleans, occurred when three Phillips 66 employees and three contract workers were cleaning the pipeline. The cause of the explosion has not been determined at this point.

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