OAKLAND, Neb. (KTIV) – A large fire broke out in a gas pipe north of Oakland, Nebraska, Thursday afternoon.
According to NBC subsidiary WOWT, there are currently no reported injuries and no planned evacuations or road closures, according to Northern Natural Gas. The fire is in a remote area and there is no danger to the public.
The crews plan to turn off the fuel for the fire and let it burn out. Repairs are expected to begin as soon as they are safe.
Flames were seen for miles, while smoke from the fire was visible on satellite and radar.
The Oakland Fire Department posted on Facebook that they have received help from Lyons, Nebraska. They urge people to stay out of the area as the firefighters have space and the streets must be open.
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