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Mexico pipeline fire

India TV News Desk [Updated: 20 Sep 2012, 10:15 PM IST]
  • Fire and smoke rise from a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    Fire and smoke rise from a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • A Mexican army vehicle patrols on a road as fire and smoke rise from a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    A Mexican army vehicle patrols on a road as fire and smoke rise from a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • First responders treat a man after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    First responders treat a man after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • A worker waits to be treated by first responders after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    A worker waits to be treated by first responders after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • A man with burns on his hands lies in a stretcher after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    A man with burns on his hands lies in a stretcher after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • Smoke rises after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    Smoke rises after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • Mexican army soldiers arrive to aid after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    Mexican army soldiers arrive to aid after an explosion ripped through a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • Mexican federal police guard after an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    Mexican federal police guard after an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but ten people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

  • A truck leaves the badly damaged PEMEX facility after an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. A big fire erupted at a natural gas pipeline distribution center near Mexico's border with the United States on Tuesday, and at least 26 people were reported killed. (AP Photo/Hans Maximo Musielik)
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    A truck leaves the badly damaged PEMEX facility after an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. A big fire erupted at a natural gas pipeline distribution center near Mexico's border with the United States on Tuesday, and at least 26 people were reported killed. (AP Photo/Hans Maximo Musielik)

  • Morgue employees remove the bodies of people who were killed by an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico, near Mexico's border with the U.S., Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company says at least five people are still listed as missing in a pipeline fire that killed over 20 workers and injured over 40 others on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Hans Maximo Musielik)
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    Morgue employees remove the bodies of people who were killed by an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico, near Mexico's border with the U.S., Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company says at least five people are still listed as missing in a pipeline fire that killed over 20 workers and injured over 40 others on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Hans Maximo Musielik)

  • Firefighter climb a ladder as they try to control a fire after an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but at least 26 people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)
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    Firefighter climb a ladder as they try to control a fire after an explosion at a gas pipeline distribution center in Reynosa, Mexico near Mexico's border with the United States, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Mexico's state owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, also known as Pemex said the fire had been extinguished and the pipeline had been shut off but at least 26 people were killed during the incident. (AP Photo/El Manana de Reynosa)

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