Early Monday morning, responders extinguished the fire at the Phillips 66 Paradis Pipeline Station in Louisiana that broke out last Thursday evening, the company said. The affected y-grade natural gas liquids pipeline remains shut down. Two contract workers at the facility were hospitalized last week, with one released shortly after. The other remains hospitalized and is expected to make a full recovery, the company said. Phillips 66 employee Josh Helms of Thibodaux, LA, was killed. He joined Phillips 66 with the acquisition of the River Parish system last November, and had been working as a pipeliner for the past eight years. Ongoing air monitoring of the area indicates no health effects on the surrounding community. An evacuation order was lifted Friday morning and residents were allowed to return home.