Even former Mayor Rizzo got hurt in one of the blasts.
A massive explosion rocked the industrial complex early Friday morning.
The proposed "energy port" just means more toxicity and asthma-causing pollution, nearby residents and activists say.
In 2012, it looked as though the refinery might close. But a recent modification in ownership from Sunoco to Philadelphia Energy Solutions, combined with the fracking boom in North Dakota, has it thriving again.