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Utility responds after deadly gas explosions rock Massachusetts

CBS News Friday, 14 September 2018
Columbia Gas says its crews need to visit each of the 8,600 affected customers to shut off each gas meter and conduct a safety inspection
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Massachusetts authorities on Friday warned still-stunned residents of three towns north of Boston that the return normalcy could take time following a string of deadly gas explosions

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