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Huge Flames Seen At Site Of Propane Plant Explosion

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  Original Published: 7/30/2013  Massive explosions fill the night sky in central Florida.   This is what it looked like as a propane filling station went up in flames overnight Monday.   You can see what appears to be exploding tanks flying through the air.   The Blue Rhino facility refills propane tanks used in gas grills.   Tuesday morning, company officials say all workers at that plant are accounted for.    Several people were rushed to hospitals.   And authorities were forced to evacuate a one-mile area around the plant.   No word on what may have triggered the explosions and fire.
   
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