In the wake of the massive explosion at the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Houston substation, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released a new video showing what the devastation at the facility would look like in case of a catastrophic event.
The video was created to help Texas residents prepare for the worst of the disaster, which has now claimed at least 14 lives, and will soon be shown on state television.
The video will be aired at 10 p.m.
ET on March 18.
The Texas Department Of Transportation (TxA) has said it received a call from a person reporting a fire in a storage facility on Tuesday morning.
A second call from the same person later in the day was received that said that someone had entered the facility and was threatening people, according to a statement from the state.
Officials said that two men had entered a facility in Houston.
According to authorities, the two men were wearing gas masks and were using an excavator to excavate a storage area.
The Houston fire department said they responded to the incident, which caused an explosion and fire that was out of control.
Authorities said that at least four people were injured in the blaze.
The fire is now under control and no additional injuries have been reported.
The state has not yet released a statement about the accident.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident.