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Explosion at Valero Plant

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    This is more information we know at this time about the Valero plant outside Dumas. It employs about 470 individuals and processes approximately 170-thousand barrels of oil products per day. Those
Dumas police confirm there's been an explosion at the Valero plant near the city. EMS is on the way. Stay tuned to NewsChannel 10 and NewsChannel10.com for more information.
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