Flames and thick black smoke pour from a quarry facility that reportedly produces asphalt in Owassa, Oklahoma. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Fire broke out in the Anchor Tulsa Rock Quarry in Oklahoma on Monday (October 12), sending thick black smoke pouring into the sky. Local media quoted sources saying that the quarry, located in Owassa, produces asphalt, a highly flammable substance made with petroleum. Firefighters tried to contain the fire, which was too hot to immediately extinguish. No injuries have been reported.