[Updated at 7:42 p.m. ET] At least five people were injured as a result of Monday afternoon's natural-gas pipeline explosion in Johnson County, Texas, officials said.
"Everybody has been accounted for except for one person, and they're trying to account for him," Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Jack Snow said.
A crew that had been working on the line apparently ruptured it, leading to the explosion, Cleburne City Manager Chester Nolen said.
Video showed the site of the fire - cattle country - in the center of a patch of scorched grassland. No one was evacuated because no buildings were nearby, Nolen said.
Workers eventually were able to shut off the flow of gas, officials said.
[Posted at 4:52 p.m. ET] An underground natural gas pipeline exploded into flames Monday near Cleburne, Texas, injuring several people, a fire official said.