TEXAS CITY, TX --A shelter-in-place that had been in effect for Texas City has been lifted.
The shelter-in-place order was put into effect because of an issue at the sulfur recovery unit at Marathon's Galveston Bay Refinery, according to Texas City emergency officials.
The shelter in place has been lifted for the entire city. There is no longer any danger to the community.... https://t.co/RQYMYf2x24— City of Texas City (@CityofTexasCity) April 16, 2016
By around 12:30am, the shelter-in-place was lifted.
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