Fire at ExxonMobil refinary in Louisiana with no injuries
The Tuesday night in the Louisiana was enlightened by the massive fire that erupted at ExxonMobil refinery.
The fire broke out at the facility Baton Rouge around 11:30 p.m., Fire Department spokesman Curt Monte said. No injuries were reported. The fire was contained at the location where it started.
The Fire Department yet cannot call the cause of the fire,
The company responded to the situation. The air outside the plant “bore no particular odor,” The Advocate reported. The fire department spokesman Monte specified that there was no off-side impact.
Volunteer fire team members are responding to a fire @ the Refinery. It was contained to the area where it occurred. Responders are still assessing the situation. We are monitoring air quality at the fence line. We apologize for any inconvenience and concern this may have caused.— ExxonMobil Baton Rouge (@ExxonMobilBRA) February 12, 2020
ExxonMobil produces gasoline, jet fuel and more, as well as items such as paint and adhesives at the chemical plant.