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Suspected Gas Explosions In Massachusetts

NPR Thursday, 13 September 2018
Suspected Gas Explosions In MassachusettsThere have been multiple "gas" explosions in the towns of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover. Massachusetts State Police says Columbia Gas company is shutting off power in those areas.
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News video: At Least 1 Dead In Multiple Fires, Gas Explosions In Massachusetts

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Massachusetts State Police said there were 70 responses to fires, explosions and investigations of gas odor.

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