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This is BASF Total Petrochemicals at our Highway 73 in Port Arthur Facility. Operations require flaring. Flares are safety devices that allow us to safely burn excess gasses. No action needed.

2:51pm

June

30

Traffic Conditions

I-10 eastbound at Willow is now open after two 18-wheeler's hit each other. Police say nothing spilled and no one injured.

Posted: 19h

Our Kountze Maintenance office has been working on the bridge on Alma Dr in Lumberton & will have it open shortly pic.twitter.com/yDm4IHzdeh

Posted: 20h

I10 westbound near Hamshire Rd is backed up to about Goodyear due to repairs. Repairs are almost complete

Posted: 21h

Load of long pipes falls off 18-wheeler at Interstate 10 downtown exit in Beaumont. Traffic backed up on eastbound lanes.

Posted: 22h

All lanes of I10 at Brooks Rd in BMT now open

Posted: 30 Jun

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

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Temperature

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Feels like 102℉

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