A flooded chemical plant near Houston that was left without power was rocked by two explosions early Thursday – unleashing noxious fumes that sent a police deputy to the hospital, officials said. Arkema Inc. reported that the Harris County officials notified it about the blasts, which sent black smoke spewing from the plant in Crosby,...
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SEPTEMBER 08, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - DOUGHNUT PLANT FALCHI, INC.
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