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Relief fund established for Massachusetts gas explosion victims; probe targets sensors

USATODAY.com Monday, 17 September 2018
Relief fund established for Massachusetts gas explosion victims; probe targets sensorsA relief fund will be established to help Massachusetts residents whose lives were disrupted by a series of natural gas fires and explosions. The announcement came one day after the head of the National Transportation Safety Board said the investigation was partially focused on pressure sensors.
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News video: Relief Fund Being Set Up For Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions Victims

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So many people and businesses have offered to help the victims of the Merrimack Valley gas explosions a foundation will be established to get those resources to them. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.

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