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Tillsonburg, Ont., residents return home after lightning strike on gas line forces evacuation

CBC.ca Sunday, 18 August 2019
Tillsonburg, Ont., residents who were displaced after a lightning strike ruptured a gas pipe on Sunday have been allowed to return to their homes after about 60 were evacuated but no injuries were reported.
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