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Engineer Faulted In Gas Explosions

After a gas fire and explosions struck three towns in Massachusetts in September, the National Transportation Safety Board has recommended changes in the way the state regulates public utility plans.
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Multiple breakdowns led to natural gas explosions in Merrimack Valley, NTSB says

Columbia 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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Families Living In Trailers After Gas Explosions Cope With First Winter Storm [Video]Families Living In Trailers After Gas Explosions Cope With First Winter Storm  01:54

The storm isn’t the only thing the families are facing. Several trailers are without water. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.

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Pipes freezing in trailers where gas disaster evacuees are staying [Video]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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VIDEO: Life Lessons:  Equal pay if you ask [Video]VIDEO: Life Lessons: Equal pay if you ask 

For too many women, the pay gap between them and their male counterparts is still substantial.

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Merrimack Valley Residents Brace For Sub-Freezing Temps, Frozen Pipes After Gas Explosions [Video]Merrimack Valley Residents Brace For Sub-Freezing Temps, Frozen Pipes After Gas Explosions  02:19

Two months to the day after the gas explosions that killed one and left thousands displaced, Merrimack Valley affected residents are preparing for a stretch of sub-freezing temperatures without heat...

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Columbia Gas offers Thanksgiving meals for customers affected by disaster [Video]Columbia Gas offers Thanksgiving meals for customers affected by disaster  01:38

The utility behind the natural gas explosions in Massachusetts in September is planning to provide 20,000 hot Thanksgiving dinners to residents who have still not returned to their homes.

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Columbia Gas Faces Second Wrongful Death Lawsuit [Video]Columbia Gas Faces Second Wrongful Death Lawsuit  00:44

Family members say the stress from living in a shelter after the gas explosions in the Merrimack Valley caused one man's deadly heart attack.

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A federal grand jury has opened a criminal investigation into the Massachusetts natural gas explosions, utility reports

Nisource, the parent company of Columbia gas, says a federal grand jury is investigating the Sept. 13 natural gas disaster.
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Feds open criminal probe into natural gas explosions

LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — Federal prosecutors have been conducting a criminal investigation into the natural gas explosions and fires that rocked three communities north of Boston in September...
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NiSource discloses criminal probe of Massachusetts gas pipeline explosions

Federal prosecutors have launched a criminal investigation of utility company NiSource Inc over gas explosions and fires in three Massachusetts communities that killed one person and injured at least..
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Columbia Gas parent company faces criminal probe over gas explosions

The parent company for Columbia Gas of Massachusetts disclosed Thursday that it is facing a criminal investigation related to the Merrimack Valley gas explosions in September. The investigation is..
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Pipeline peril: Natural gas explosions reveal silent danger lurking in old cast-iron pipes

Even before the Massachusetts blasts, fatal fires and explosions caused by gas leaks revealed a safety crisis beneath our streets.
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Natural gas explosions reveal danger below our feet

More than 2.2 million miles of pipelines run below our streets carrying natural gas into our homes and businesses. Much of that infrastructure is old, outdated, or damaged, and leaks or ruptures could..
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Thousands Still Without Heat In Massachusetts, More Than A Month After Gas Explosions

The gas company at fault in a series of explosions and fires in three Massachusetts communities will miss its target date to restore all service. Thousands are still without heat more than a month..
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Columbia Gas pushes back deadline to restore service to those affected by explosions

This story was originally published on WBUR. State officials and Columbia Gas announced Friday they are pushing back the utility's original deadline to restore all heat and hot water to homes and..
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Lawyer: Family wants justice after gas explosions death

BOSTON (AP) — The family of a teen killed when a series of natural gas explosions and explosions rocked communities north of Boston plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the utility company...
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With Temperatures Dropping, Massachusetts Residents Still Lack Heats Weeks After Gas Fires

Following a series of major gas explosions, many residents are still without heat or hot water. As temperatures begin to drop, people are questioning when their homes will be warm again.
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Nearly 36 miles of pipeline replaced after gas explosions

BOSTON (AP) — The utility company involved in last month’s explosions and fires in Massachusetts says it has replaced nearly 36 miles of main pipeline in the area. Columbia Gas announced Sunday..
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Deadly Massachusetts gas explosions linked to NiSource unit work orders

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Massachusetts natural gas explosions: Feds say Columbia Gas issued faulty work orders

Federal investigators probing the natural gas explosions that rocked Massachusetts last month are blaming faulty work orders given from Columbia Gas.
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