Oil Refinery in Ohio That Provides Gas for Midwest ‘Shut Down’ After Fire

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Oil company BP on Wednesday confirmed that two of its staff died from sustaining injuries in a fire at a refinery in Oregon, Ohio. The plant was forced to shut down and remained offline as of Wednesday, officials said.

“It is with deep sadness we report that two BP staff injured in a fire at the bp Husky Toledo Refinery have passed away,” the spokesperson for the oil giant told news outlets on Wednesday. “Our thoughts are with the families and loved ones of these two individuals.”

Another spokesperson told Reuters that the fire was extinguished on Tuesday night and was safely shut down. As of Wednesday morning, the refinery is offline, according to the spokesman.

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