AN enormous natural gas explosion has erupted in Kansas on Thursday afternoon.
Local media outlets in Ellsworth County indicate that the pipeline owned and operated by Northern Natural Gas.
An enormous natural gas explosion pictured on Thursday[/caption]
KWCH reported that it was triggered by a gas leak.
KHP Trooper Ben Gardner told the local channel the blast happened on I-70 near mile marker 222, where a fire is still raging.
The company is reportedly working with first responders and say no one is in danger.
A spokesperson told KWCH there was “No threat to public safety.”
The fuel was shut off but the fire was still burning as of 4pm ET, according to reports.
It occurred in an open pasture.
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