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Refinery Overflow in Texas Emits Cloud of Gas

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Refinery Overflow in Texas Emits Cloud of Gas

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Refinery Overflow in Texas Emits Cloud of Gas

Refinery Overflow in Texas Emits Cloud of Gas

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Residents of a public housing complex in Baytown, Texas, are coping with the aftereffects of a tank overflow from a local oil refinery Sunday. The overflow sent a fog-like cloud of substance called process gas into the air, which covered windows and cars with a brown sticky goo. Patricia Robinson, a resident of the Archia Courts public housing complex, talks about the event.

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