It was another heated meeting tonight. Kinder Morgan and their environmental consultant thought they were bringing good news. announcing that there are no short term health effects from the oily mist besides irritation. but many in the crowd say they left with more questions than answers.
After they say they were getting the runaround from officials with Kinder Morgan, who owns the Tennessee Gas Pipeline plant near Clay City, the people of Powell County are demanding an explanation from the company at a meeting at the Clay City Municipal Center. Many are looking for answers after a thick mist of natural gas condensate fell across the area when lightning struck the plant Monday afternoon.