Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Pipeline explosion in northwest Minnesota.

Several families have been evacuated from their homes following an explosion on a natural gas pipeline  near Warren in Marshall County in northwest Minnesota, slightly before 6.30 am local time on Monday 26 May 2014. Witnesses reported seeing flames rising 30 m into the air, and hearing a sound like a jet engine. The fire extinguished itself after the gas supply to the Viking Gas Transmission Company operated pipeline was disconnected. There are no reports of any injuries arising from the incident, the evacuations being purely precautionary in nature. The cities of Warren and Argyle are likely to be without natural gas for several days.

Fireball caused by a pipeline explosion in northwest Minnesota on Monday 26 May 2014. Marshall County Sheriff's Office.


The approximate location of the 26 May 2014 Minnesota pipeline explosion. Google Maps.

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