tment responded to HWY 62 and 39, about six miles east of Chickasha after the reported fire. Upon arrival, crews reported numerous trucks on fire.
According to a diagram News 9 received from the University of Kansas, the frack pumps caught fire and all of the trucks connected by metal piping are on fire. All 22 trucks are said to costs about $1 million each.
Crews are reporting explosions as the fire fuels but it is contained in the area.
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of event has happened, and surely will not be the last. Especially When These Companies Are Aloud to Dump the Chemicals Deep In The Earth.
THERE POISONING ALL OUR WATER HALIBURTON IS A MAJOR PLAYER IN THIS EFFORT.…
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