Why is Texas highway pipeline being monitored by law enforcement?

Texas Governor Greg Abbott said Friday that federal law enforcement agencies will be conducting traffic checks at several pipeline projects that could pose a threat to the state’s natural resources.

A spokesman for Abbott said that the governor is reviewing the pipeline’s construction in an effort to ensure that it complies with all environmental, regulatory, safety and health standards.

The governor said the Department of Transportation (DOT) has received numerous reports of construction-related injuries and deaths in Texas.

The state has been working to improve safety for pipeline workers.

In April, the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration announced that it was monitoring the construction of two proposed oil and gas pipelines.

The agency said it would issue an emergency permit if conditions became dangerous or unsafe, and said the project was not in compliance with the Federal Pipeline Safety Act.

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In July, an explosion killed a man and injured four others when a pipeline ruptured in western Texas.

In November, the state said that construction of a pipeline that could transport crude oil in North Dakota was “under review” after an oil spill in the area killed two workers.

The pipeline’s route passed through a tribal land and an industrial property.

Police in Texas crash into gas station, killing driver and injuring several others

A police officer in Texas has been killed and five other people were injured when their vehicle collided with a gas station in the state’s oil boomtown of Aransas, according to local media.

Police said they found the vehicle’s driver dead inside the station in Houston’s Houston suburb of Arby Hills.

Police were called to the scene at about 12:45pm (AEDT) on Friday after the driver failed to appear at a hearing, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Two other people, including a police officer, were injured.

The injured officer was taken to a hospital, the newspaper reported.

Police found the car parked outside the gas station at about the same time as the crash, and said a male passenger was inside.

The man was later pronounced dead at the scene.

The investigation into the crash was continuing, police said.

Police had not said how the man died.

A statement from the Houston Police Department said the officer’s name had not been released.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of the officer involved in this incident,” the statement read.

“The department is working with the Houston County Coroner to determine the exact cause and manner of death.”

Police said the officers involved in the crash were on routine patrol when the incident occurred.

One of the injured officers is in stable condition at the hospital, according a statement from Houston Police.

The Houston Police said it would not release the officer names pending the investigation.

Aransas is one of the most populous areas of Texas and the home of Houston’s largest oilfield.

It is known for its gas stations, gas stations with barbecue pits and oil fields.

The area is popular with tourists and residents from around the country who have flocked to the region for a weekend or holiday.

Arby Hill is one area where the town of 1.5 million people is notorious for drug dealing and gang activity.

How to prevent the Texas Highway 81 crash

Texas Highway 61 in Coquihala, Texas, closed for several hours Wednesday, causing traffic to be diverted around the scene and shutting down major roads in the area.

The area was reopened just before 9 a.m.


“We’re all pretty much out of our cars,” said resident Mark Smith, who drove from Texas to Coquahala, where he was visiting friends.

“We’re just hanging out in the car.”

As the highway was closed, Smith said he drove by the scene where a pickup truck hit a concrete barrier at the intersection of Interstate 35 and CoquiHalla Highway, a major highway in the Coquivoula area of southwest Texas.

“I looked at the road and it was completely covered in a lot of debris,” Smith said.

“The truck hit the concrete and then it just went over the barrier.”

He added, “It’s like it was hitting the highway in front of us, just completely destroyed.”

Smith said that after he got home, he got an email from a friend saying, “That’s the only way I know it can be, that the highway is completely blocked off.

That’s why we are here.”

Coquihla Highway is the main thoroughfare between Coquiat and McAllen, Texas.

Smith said the crash was one of the worst he has ever witnessed.

“You’re trying to get to work and there’s a big truck behind you,” he said.

“The driver had no time to think.

He didn’t react.”

Coast Guard spokesman Captain Jeff Lopre said that when the crash occurred, the crew had to get the driver out of the vehicle and safely onto the highway.

“When the vehicle came to a full stop and the vehicle was almost completely engulfed, the Coast Guard crew quickly took the driver into custody,” Lopres said in a statement.

“They used their airbags to get him out of his vehicle.

The driver was taken to a local hospital, and was listed in good condition.”

The Coast Guard was called to the scene shortly before 9:30 a.mi.

CT, and the driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

Loprebates said the driver of the truck was treated and released.

Coqui Halla Highway is about two hours south of the Coquinas.

A witness told ABC News that she saw the crash in the distance and saw the driver get out of a pickup and run into a ditch.

She said the trucker then drove off in a white Ford Focus.

The highway reopened around 9:45 a.ms.

CT after a few hours of traffic closure, with the highway reopening to traffic at 8 a.mt.

CT on Thursday.