A pipeline exploded in Oklahoma Tuesday night, sending a ball of fire about 50 feet in the air. The flames were visible for about 50 miles, according to reports. Luckily, there seems to be minimal injuries and no deaths, so far.
One man was apparently taken to the hospital after the explosion in Karnes County. Residents within two miles of the explosion site were evacuated from their homes while firefighters battled the flames. The situation is now under control, according to a report...Read Full Story
A pipeline exploded in Oklahoma on October 8, 2013, creating a fire that could be seen from 50 miles away. See more about the pipeline explosion in Oklahoma here.