A natural gas fire is burning at a Williams company storage facility at Plymouth, Wash.
A Benton County Emergency Operations spokeswoman, Carol Cimrhakl says it happened at 8:20 a.m. Monday.
She says the Plymouth area is being evacuated while firefighters and other emergency people respond.
She can’t confirm any reports of injuries.
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Williams operates two liquefied natural gas tanks at Plymouth, which is across the Columbia River from Umatilla, Ore.
Tri-City Herald reports Highway 14 through Plymouth is being closed.