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The Many Disasters Behind the West Virginia Chemical Disaster
When 10,000 gallons of industrial chemicals leak out of a tank built in the 1930s, one mile upriver from a treatment plant that supplies water to hundreds of thousands of people, it may be time for regulators to ask themselves some unpleasant questions…..
Sinkhole the size of 20 football pitches opens up in Louisiana… amid fears it could burst into flames as it fills up with GAS.
Community forced to move out as natural gas builds up. Texas Brine being sued after collapsed salt mine created sink hole.
37 treated after ‘bizarre’ chemical explosion in Santa Paula
After “bizarre” chemical explosions Tuesday at a Santa Paula wastewater treatment site, mandatory evacuations remain in place, 37 people have been treated, and firefighters and the plant’s owner are bewildered.