Massive Explosion In Northwest Houston

Massive Explosion In Northwest Houston

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HOUSTON — Two people were killed early Friday in a massive explosion at an industrial site in northwest Houston. The two victims were apparently employees of the business there.

A nearby resident was also taken to the hospital with unknown injuries and 18 people self-reported to emergency rooms with minor injuries, such as cuts and breathing issues, associated with the blast. We will up date you as the story unfolds. Disaster Relief for the two families of this tragedy. The two victims of the explosion were two male employees of the company. The families of both men went to the scene, and vehicles belonging to both men were still there. 

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  • A tornado left a miles-long trail of heavy damage from northwest Dallas to Richardson late Sunday, and the National Weather Service was investigating reports that other funnel clouds had hit the area.
  • The city of Dallas said early Monday that there had been no reports of deaths or serious injuries. First responders had been going door to door in some neighborhoods to check on residents. Police and fire crews began assessing damaged structures through the night.
  • Parts of northern Dallas, including the Love Field area, were hit especially hard.
  • The National Weather Service will survey the damage Monday and confirm the storm’s strength, but some early estimates suggested wind speeds were well over 100 mph.


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  •  Worst flooding I've ever seen': Torrential rain wreaks havoc in Texas communities.
  •  Dangerous flash flooding is wreaking havoc in Texas with the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda dumping massive amounts of rain overnight and into the morning.
  • The torrential rain prompted a full ground stop at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Thursday morning. The airport later reopened but officials warned of flooded roadways and delayed flights.
    More than 33 inches of rain has fallen in the town of Hamshire, Texas, since Tuesday -- and over 25 inches of that rainfall was overnight.
  • In the small town of Winnie, Texas, the conditions are "horrible," with rapidly rising floodwaters making roads impassable, Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne told ABC News as the rain pounded down Thursday.
  • A declaration of disaster has been issued for Jasper County due to continued rainfall and winds caused by Tropical Storm Imelda.
  • Conditions have created an imminent public safety hazard and residents are encouraged to take any measures necessary to ensure their individual safety.

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