On September 27, 2021, an explosion occurred at Westlake Chemical’s Petro Complex 2 Unit in Sulphur, Louisiana.
The explosion occurred around 11 p.m. Monday, September 27, 2021, at Westlake’s Petro 2 Plant on La. 108. Residents of the area reported plumes of smoke drifting into the sky after the explosion was visible from miles away. Several people reported hearing the explosion from miles away. Six workers were reportedly injured with one sustaining severe burns to half of his body.
The spokesman for Louisiana State Police announced, “Anything at a chemical plant would be a big deal whether it’s an explosion, a chemical release, a fire, or anything like that,” Senegal said. “Of course, if there are people involved with that, we don’t want to have any type of loss of life or impact on site that will affect residents.”
Firm partner, Muhammad S. Aziz filed one of the first lawsuits in this case representing 2 of the injured workers on October 4, 2021, requesting a temporary restraining order and preservation of evidence. As of today, our law firm represents 8 injured workers in this tragedy. At the law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz, & Stogner, we have successfully represented injured people and families of severely injured or deaths in catastrophic injuries and plant explosions. If you or a loved one has been injured under the same or similar circumstances or have been injured as a result of a catastrophic event, call the law firm of Abraham Watkins today.
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