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Multiple breakdowns led to natural gas explosions in Merrimack Valley, NTSB says

USATODAY.com Thursday, 15 November 2018
Multiple breakdowns led to natural gas explosions in Merrimack Valley, NTSB saysColumbia Gas did not use a professional engineer to draw up plans to replace old cast-iron gas mains in the Merrimack Valley , the federal board said.
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News video: Pipes freezing in trailers where gas disaster evacuees are staying

Pipes freezing in trailers where gas disaster evacuees are staying 01:36

For many still displaced by the gas explosions in the fall, the latest incident is just more salt in an open wound.

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