Slick Situation

March 2005
Fire Chief;Mar2005, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on a five-alarm fire at B&M Oil Co.,a distributor of hydrocarbon products in southeast Oklahoma City. Evacuation of more than 50 area residents; Huge plume of toxic smoke that the fire sent into the air; Effort of the firefighters to prevent hazardous runoff.


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