Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 09:15:21 -0500
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Subject: Florida chemical-plant explosion
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Florida chemical-plant explosion: JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Explosions and fires at a chemical plant Wednesday killed four people, injured at least 14 and sent debris flying several stories into the air, fire officials and witnesses said. It was not clear what caused the blasts at the T2 Labs plant, which makes solvents and fuel additives, said Jacksonville Fire and Rescue spokesman Tom Francis, who called the scene a "hellish inferno." The blast was so powerful that it knocked out two of the three generating units at a JEA electric-utility plant across the street, a company spokeswoman said. Read the story: To see what T2 makes, here is their website:

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