Billings, Montana – On Saturday, many fire trucks responded to a fire at a refinery in Billings.
According to a statement from the Phillips 66 Refinery, the fire has been put out and no one was hurt.
Around 3 p.m., crews from a refinery close to the city’s center and the Billings Fire Department arrived to put out the fire. Crews were still hosing down a coker unit and conveyor belt at the factory 30 minutes after responding to the incident.
According to refinery officials, there is now no risk to the general public, and staff members are keeping an eye on the air quality. Investigations are being conducted to determine the precise cause of the fire and the extent of the damage.