Sep 07, 2017
Seven first responders injured after explosions at a troubled Arkema chemical plant in Crosby are now suing the company for $1 million.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/9nX9Wjb
More than one million people live within the path of airborne danger in a worst-case scenario release of a chemical stored at Arkema’s Houston-area plant, according to a company risk-management plan filed to the federal government in 2014.
Witnesses report explosions and black smoke coming from a chemical plant near storm-hit Houston.
The threats of flooding, explosions, and fires were apparently not the only possible hazards for vacated residents in Crosby, near the Arkema chemical plant.
Arkema's CEO said the company has no way of preventing chemicals from catching fire or exploding at its heavily flooded plant in Crosby, Texas.
Company warns of 'serious' situation at flooded plant
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