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A second person has died after an explosion and fire at the Williams Olefin chemical plant in Louisiana, state police said.
Mobile phone footage filmed yesterday showed plumes of dark smoke billowing from the factory, which manufactures flammable gases for use in the petrochemicals industry.
The explosion and fire at the Williams Olefins chemical plant in Geismar, Louisiana, has killed one person and injured 73 others, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said.
Officials previously had reported one dead and 33 injured.
One person is confirmed dead after an explosion and fire at a chemical plant in Louisiana, state police said.
The explosion and fire at a Louisiana chemical injured 33 people, said Jean Kelly, a spokeswoman for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.
Thirty were taken from the Williams Olefins chemical plant in Geismar, Louisiana, by ambulance and three by helicopter, Kelly said.
Mobile phone footage shot by a passer-by shows flames and dark smoke billowing from a chemical plant in Louisiana.
The Williams Olefin plant makes flammable gases used in the petrochemicals industry.