Early Thursday, two blasts blew open a trailer containing at least 2 tons of material, sending up a plume of black smoke and flames 30 to 40 feet (9 to 12 meters) high in the tiny town of Crosby, about a half-hour from Houston, authorities said.
The Texas environmental agency called the smoke "especially acrid and irritating" and said it can impair breathing and inflame the eyes, nose and throat.
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With complete combustion, he said, the byproduct is carbon dioxide and water, posing about the same amount of risk as standing too close to a campfire.
But incomplete combustion implies something else is burning.