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Senators: Utility “woefully” unprepared for gas explosions

Seattle Times Friday, 5 October 2018
Senators: Utility “woefully” unprepared for gas explosionsLAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — Massachusetts’ two U.S. Senators say the natural gas company at the center of the explosions north of Boston last month was “woefully unprepared” for the unfolding disaster. Democratic senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey said Friday a review of internal Columbia Gas documents found the utility didn’t have adequate safety and […]
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News video: Andover businesses struggling to get traffic after gas explosions

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Businesses are open, but some have been forced to reduce their menu until repairs to gas lines are made.

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