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Update on pipeline fire in Sutton county

Updates still coming in

San Angelo - A pipeline owned by DCP Midstream along County Road 406 ruptured and caught fire yesterday injuring two people. According to the sheriff's office the two were injured as they dug for a new pipeline and struck the existing one. The fire will likely continue until pressure in the pipeline subsides.

We will continue to bring you more information as it becomes available.



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