Large tornados ripped through the Texas panhandle on Monday night, including one estimated to be a mile wide that reportedly leveled a Halliburton plant, causing chemical and gas leaks. Downed power lines were also reported.

According to ABC 7 Amarillo, the Halliburton plant in Pampa, Texas was "completely leveled."

As of yet, no injuries have been reported and the building itself was empty when the tornado struck, according to KAMR News. Many cars were outside of the facility, however.

The chemical spills and gas leaks are currently being contained, Gray County Emergency Coordinator Sandi Martin told the news outlet. There is reportedly concern that radioactive materials might have been released.

A Potter County hazmat team is responding to the scene, as are fire officials from multiple departments, ABC 7 reported.