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Blaze at state oil giant PKN Orlen plant in Poland kills 2

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WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish officials say two people have died in a fire at a facility belonging to state-owned oil giant PKN Orlen in central Poland. The fire at the facility near the town of Plock, which includes an oil refinery, was soon extinguished Tuesday, the company said. Iwona Śmigielska-Kowalska, spokesperson for the prosecutors’ office in Plock, said an investigation has been opened into the deadly incident. Orlen said the blaze broke out in one of the furnaces but facility firefighters put it out. The other installations were not affected, Orlen said.

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