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ConocoPhillips: Four workers injured in Wyoming gas processing plant fire

08.23.2012  | 

The fire extinguished itself immediately and the four contract employees have been transported to receive medical attention, according to a statement. The maintenance operation has been suspended.

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By ALISON SIDER

HOUSTON -- Four workers were injured in a flash fire at a ConocoPhillips natural gas processing plant in Wyoming during planned maintenance Wednesday morning, the company said.

The fire extinguished itself immediately and the four contract employees have been transported to receive medical attention, according to a statement by the company.

An investigation will be conducted into the cause of the fire at the Lost Cabin Gas Plant, and the maintenance operation has been suspended, the company said.

The plant has been evacuated but the surrounding community was not, ConocoPhillips said.


Dow Jones Newswires



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