• October 05, 2022

Two Injured in Gas Explosion Accident on Caney Mills Drive in Conroe, TX

Conroe, TX -- October 3, 2022, two workers were injured following an accident where a gas line exploded at a Caney Mills home.

Initial statements indicated the incident happened at around 12:40 p.m. off Willis Waukegan in the Caney Mills neighborhood. Two workers were working on a gas line along the side of a home off Grover Creek and Caney Mills Drive. Somehow, the line ruptured, and an explosion occurred. As a result, the two workers sustained burns. They were taken to area hospitals. At this time, additional details about the accident are unavailable

Commentary on Gas Explosion Accident on Caney Mills Drive in Conroe

When it comes to something like this, folks are quick to just leave everything up to OSHA. In reality, though, OSHA doesn't always help victims and families. Their priority is to find violations and issue fines. Getting people the help they need means asking the right questions and ensuring the full story comes to light so those responsible take some accountability.

Conroe, TX Gas Explosion Accident Injures 2 on Caney Mills Drive

Has this sort of thing happened before? Were the lines supposed to be off? Were the workers properly trained and equipped? Was there supposed to be a supervisor with them? Did actions from a separate company's employees lead to the fire? Without knowing all the facts, getting help for the victims and families isn't going to be as simple as people may think.


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