New details are expected Thursday afternoon on what caused an explosion that destroyed a Warren business earlier this month.
State environmental quality officials are reviewing Marathon Pipe Line’s plan for sucking up 126,000 gallons of gas spilled in mid-Michigan as the company continues to investigate the situation.
Nearby businesses were irreparably harmed from the impact of an explosion that destroyed an industrial laundry facility in Warren.
Crews will work through the weekend, continuing their efforts to clean up 126,000 gallons of gasoline that were lost in a leak from a storage tank system.
Crews will work through the weekend to clean up 126,000 gallons of gasoline that were lost in a leak from a storage tank system in Ingham County.
Officials say they’ve stopped a gasoline leak in Ingham County and confirmed the source as a storage tank system in the area.
Some of the gas flowed about a mile down an open drain by the time the leak was reported Wednesday by a farmer.
Gasoline was found leaking from the ground in White Oak Township and crews worked for a second day Friday to determine the source of the leak and prevent it from flowing into waterways.
It’s a big headache for drivers on Telegraph road near Long Lake in West Bloomfield, Tuesday afternoon, because of a gas leak.
A Hazmat situation slowed traffic during Wednesday’s afternoon commute. The problem was reported in Southfield — in the area of Greenfield and Southfield at 13 Mile Road. Residents report a strong gas odor in the […]