According to deputies, the incident was reported near Hamlink and Kacal roads in the Beasley area.
Two people were taken to the hospital with moderate injuries and are in stable condition, authorities told ABC13.
The company that runs the pipeline is South Cross Gas.
While a couple of people were asked to evacuate from their homes, the all-clear has been given.
SkyEye captured visible gas shooting out of the ruptured line with at least two heavy-duty tractors nearby. Gas was shut off shortly after.
The sheriff's office had to restrict SkyEye and other media aircraft to a mile since the line was still releasing gas.
The latest on Beasley pipeline rupture: pic.twitter.com/B39DRmP6l5— Erica Simon (@EricaOnABC13) August 16, 2019
Multiple fire departments and a hazmat team responded.
Gas Leak/Fire: Hamlink Rd/Kacal Rd, in the Beasley area. Subject on a tractor hit a gas line and it exploded. Possible injuries. Multiple fire departments on scene/enroute and Hazmat enroute. pic.twitter.com/cGgrJGFNHT— FBCSO Texas (@FBCSO) August 16, 2019
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