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Massachusetts Gas Leaks Set Off Series Of Explosions

NPR Friday, 14 September 2018
Massachusetts Gas Leaks Set Off Series Of ExplosionsThree Massachusetts communities are recovering from a series of natural gas explosions that rocked the towns Thursday. At least one person was killed. Residents have a lot of questions.
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A series of gas explosions killed a teenager and left at least 25 others hurt in three communities outside of Boston. Officials believe over-pressurized gas lines triggered the blasts, but the incident is still under investigation. CBS News' Kenneth Craig reports.

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