A Car Collides With a Texas Gas Pipeline, Resulting in a Massive Explosion.


A car collided with a natural gas pipeline near an Exxon gas station in Texas early Wednesday morning, resulting in an explosion and massive fire.


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According to the Mansfield Fire Department, the pipeline caught fire around 1 a.m. According to NBCDFW, nearby residents were evacuated, and one person was transported to Parkland Hospital with serious burn injuries.

In Texas, a car collided with a natural gas pipeline, resulting in a flaming explosion near an Exxon gas station. The pipeline caught fire around 1 a.m. on Wednesday.

“As soon as I opened my eyes, all I saw was bright orange in the room and the house vibrating.” “I could feel the house shaking,” a nearby resident, Zachery Hagerty, told NBCDFW. “When I looked out the window, I saw flames 40 or 50 feet in the air.” It was extremely upsetting to see it so close to the house.”


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After the fire was extinguished, residents were able to return to their homes by 4 a.m.

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