Pipeline explodes in Ohio

SUMMERFIELD — No injuries were reported following a natural gas pipeline explosion in a field adjacent to Route 513 outside Summerfield in Noble County early Wednesday morning.

Fire crews from the Summerfield, Caldwell and Belle Valley departments were dispatched to the scene after the explosion was reported at approximately 2:30 a.m.

Pipeline Explosion in Ohio

Pipeline Explosion

Noble County, OH — First responders are on the scene of a pipeline explosion and fire in Noble County early Wednesday morning.

Officials say the incident happened around 2:30 a.m. about three miles north of Summerfield along State Route 513. We’re told that there are several pipelines in that area and officials are trying to determine which pipeline service it is. There are several EMS crews, fire department and the sheriff’s office on scene. The fire is under control; however crews are still on scene working on putting out the fire that spread to the nearby wooded area.

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According to Noble County Emergency Management Agency Director Chasity Schmelzenbach, the resulting fire was contained as of 4:30 a.m.

“There was an explosion and a fire, but no injuries were reported and no evacuations were necessary,” said Schmelzenbach. “There are multiple lines in the same footprint, but the companies with lines in that area have shut-in their wells and the fire is considered contained.”

What causes this? It surely was not “Cutting the Grass” this time as the last one. Doubt at 2 AM, anyone was working on it. Are these Time Bombs?

Prayers up.

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