Several U.S. lawmakers are asking the Environmental Protection Agency to assess whether continued use of hydrogen-fluoride (HF) at refineries is justified.
If you watched our coverage of the explosion, you’ll remember the role weather played as events unfolded throughout the day.
It’s no doubt been a long year for Husky, as they’ve been mapping out the future of the refinery.
April 26, 2018 was a stressful day for everyone in Superior, Wisconsin, but it was a different kind of stressful for the city’s mayor, Jim Paine.
On April 26, 2018, Superior students, elementary-aged to high schoolers, had to be evacuated. Many were bused to Amsoil’s corporate offices in Superior, where they waited to be picked up.
Dozens of viewers have described where they were and what they were doing when they found out about the explosion and fire at the Husky Energy refinery in Superior in April 2018.
We asked, and you delivered. We’ve received dozens of photos from viewers around the area after reaching out for photos from last year’s Husky Energy fire and explosion in Superior.
Last year, a smoke plume from the fire at the Husky Energy refinery in Superior could be spotted for miles around, and now, we’re asking you for photos you may have taken of the event.
April 26, 2019 will mark the one-year anniversary of the Husky Energy refinery fire and explosion in Superior, and CBS 3 Duluth will be devoting an entire newscast to covering the event.
Do you remember where you were when the Husky Energy fire erupted last year in Superior? We want to hear from you!