Air Support was dispatched to provide bird's eye view of gas line fire. pic.twitter.com/uHmScvGND9— Jeff Co Sheriff (@JeffCoSheriff) November 1, 2016
An explosion has claimed the life of a member of a contract crew working on the Colonial Pipeline yesterday. The pipeline is shut down again, but it is currently unknown how long it will be shut down or the impact to the east coast fuel supply situation. The pipeline was shut down for several days in September of this year, resulting in a gas crunch in our region. [Read more]
If the pipeline is shut down long enough to cause a supply shock, please remember to not panic and top off your tank every time you see a gas station with fuel. Just fill up as you normally would, and that will help minimize any inconvenience to refueling your vehicles.
Stunning view of Colonial pipeline explosion fire from @AlabasterFire. God bless the first responders on this scene. pic.twitter.com/im0hnzQJr8— Beth Shelburne (@bshelburne) October 31, 2016
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