VIDEO: Massive Fire Erupts at Texas Chemical Plant

UPDATE:

All workers are accounted for and safe after a chemical plant near Dallas erupted in flames.

The fire started at the Nexeo Solutions plant in Garland about 3:30 p.m. Friday. Nexeo spokeswoman Christina Reynolds says all 41 workers who were at the plant then are safe.

Fire and smoke rise as Dallas and Garland fire crews pour water onto storage tanks near where a chemical fire burns off at the Nexeo Solutions plant in Garland, Texas, on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. Fire Capt. Merrill Balanciere says it's still unclear what caused the fire, but the flames were fueled by highly flammable toluene and methanol. All 41 workers who were at the plant at the time of the fire are safe.

Fire Capt. Merrill Balanciere says it's still unclear what caused the fire, but the flames were fueled by highly flammable toluene and methanol.

Balanaciere said firefighters are pouring water onto storage tanks situated yards from the flames to keep them from igniting.

Evacuations have been ordered within a quarter-mile of the plant.

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