Kaleb Cooper of Clarkson’s property was left speechless following the Oxfordshire fireball explosion near his property.
On Monday, a big fire broke out when lightning struck a garbage plant, turning the sky orange.
After the gases within the tank were ignited by the lightning strike, a digester tank at Severn Trent Green Power’s site near Yarnton caught fire.
Emergency services were rushed to the incident, which Kaleb subsequently applauded on Instagram live after telling people to “stay safe.”
He said: ‘A lightning strike has set a signal tower on fire, swear on my life.
‘Stay safe out there.’
He continued, according to The Express: ‘I might go home, in all seriousness, if you are out near Oxford way and you see that, I hope you’re all safe and well.
‘Because that was unreal, I’ve never ever experienced anything like that.
‘So yeah stay safe out there, I think it was a control tower or something like that, the signal is going down.’
He later added: ‘Big up fire fighters, I mean, they’re just amazing.’
Kaleb went on to respond to comments, saying that he was “fine.”
Severn Trent Green Power, a waste management company, stated that lightning struck a digester tank, causing “an explosion in our biogas tanks.”
The corporation stated that it was collaborating with emergency agencies to ensure the site’s safety.
Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service said 40 firefighters responded to the incident at 7.17 p.m.
During the event, three of the five digester tanks on the scene were destroyed.
A spokesperson for the fire service added: ‘Firefighters have been there all night and remain in attendance.
‘However there are now two appliances and a hydraulic platform on the scene compared to the six crews and other support vehicles at the height of the incident yesterday evening.
‘The fire is under control and did not spread.’
Severn Trent Green Power has asked visitors to avoid its facility on Tuesday.
A spokesperson said: ‘We’d like to thank the emergency services for their work overnight to contain and lead the incident at Cassington, where our plant was struck by lightning.
‘Keeping our teams and the local community safe has been of paramount importance and we are relieved that no-one has been hurt.
‘We will continue to work with the emergency services who are still on site as we assess the damage and while the fire is under control, we urge people not to come to the site today.’
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