Gas line explosion in Brooke County

ARCHER HILL, W.Va. — Emergency crews were on the scene Monday morning of a natural gas line explosion in northern Brooke County. It happened at shortly after 9 a.m. 

A natural gas line erupted into flames Monday morning in the Archer Hill Road area of Brooke County.
A natural gas line erupted into flames Monday morning in the Archer Hill Road area of Brooke County.

Brooke County Sheriff Chuck Jackson said the explosion and fire took place in the Archer Hill Road area. He said there were no injuries and no structural damage reported.

The flames could be seen from several miles away.





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