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After an 'explosion, fire breaks out at Houston's Exxon Mobil oil refining plant

Exxon Mobil's Baytown, Texas oil refinery was struck by an explosion at 1.30 AM in the current day

Powerful flames and smoke can be seen rising from the power plant.

Houston residents reported a 'giant rise' in their homes and partitions.

Police report that 4 people were injured on the spot, but there was no order to evacuate or shelter-in place.

A similar facility was hit with a large file in 2019, resulting in at least 37 injuries.

The 3,400-acre complex was built in 1919 on a location that includes a 561,000-barrel per-day refinery.

After at least four people were injured in the fire, Exxon Mobil's Texas oil refinery was declared a major industrial accident.

Large flames could be seen shooting out of Baytown's chemical plant into the night sky above San Jacinto Bay.

Locals reported hearing a 'big increase' strong enough to shake their homes and 'knock footage from the wall'.

The scene is currently being attended by fire and police. It is not known how far the fireplace spread throughout the vast web site.

Harris County Sheriff's Office described it as a "main industrial accident", stating that some people were injured and asking locals to stay away from the outside world.

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez stated that "4 people could also be hurt", but that there were no orders to evacuate or shelter in place.

After locals reported an explosion that'shook homes', an Exxon Mobil oil refining plant in Baytown near Houston was devastated by an enormous hearth.

Harris County Sheriff's Office described it as a "main industrial accident", stating that some people were injured and asking locals to stay away from the outside world.

Harris County Sheriff's Office described it as a "main industrial accident", stating that some people were injured and asking locals to stay away from the outside world.

The scene is currently being attended by fire and police. It is not known how far the fireplace spread throughout the huge web site.

The Baytown chemical plant could be seen emitting huge flames and smoke clouds into the night sky above San Jacinto Bay.

Big flames and smoke clouds may be visible capturing the Baytown chemical plant's Baytown chemical plant into San Jacinto Bay's evening sky.

Baytown residents and Houstonians were shocked and took to social media to find out what had happened and whether the power had been restored.

Tonja Tolleson tweeted, 'Just had sufficient big increase that the home shook and all the parts inside rattled. It sounded like freight prepare connecting cars outside the home.

Another commenter said: "Explosion at Exxon!" It rattled my house, knocking my footage off the walls.

A third wrote: "Little more than a fireplace. My home shakes to its foundation miles away from [Exxon]."

ExxonMobil has released a press release stating that a fire broke out at their facility around 1 AM on December 23, 2021. The smoke and emergency vehicles could be visible to nearby residents.

"We are working with the native officers to solve this problem as soon as possible."

Harris County Sheriff's Office described it as a "main industrial accident", stating that some people were injured and asking locals to stay away from the outside world.

ExxonMobil's Baytown plant was set on fire by a large portion of its polypropylene material-containing area in 2019. Reports of an explosion at this site were reported.

ExxonMobil's Baytown facility was damaged in a fire that occurred in a space where polypropylene materials were stored. The positioning has seen several explosions.

Baytown Complex, covering 3,400 acres, was built 100 years ago in 1919. It features a 561,000 barrel-a-day refinery.

This is not the first time that the plant has been in serious trouble.

A 2019 explosion is believed to have caused a huge fire in the area of the plant that houses polypropylene material.

The incident happened at 11.07 am on July 31. 37 people were treated for non-life-threatening injuries and first-degree burns.

Video footage shows the hearth's terrifying flames rising from a large metallic stack that measures a few tales high and emitting black smoke.

Local residents reported similar reports that their homes and windows shaken during the loud initial explosion.

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